Mashobra is a town and also a hill station in Shimla district of Himachal Pradesh. Mashobra is the ultimate and almost essential attraction of the itinerary. A trip to this Mashobra adds thrills to the trip. It is well connected to the state capital Shimla through the historic Hindustan–Tibet Road built in 1850 by Lord Dalhousie. The Mashobra is unspoilt by the ravages of progress. With its green hills and varied flora and fauna, Mashobra is a fascinating hill station and a fabulous honeymoon spot. Wildflower Hall at Chharabra, now a property of Oberoi Hotels, has been residence to Lord Kitchener as well as Lord Ripon during the British Raj. Mashobra is part of Shimla Water Catchmentanct Wildlife Sanctuary. The natural vegetation comprises pine, oak, cedar or Himalayan deodar, and rhododendron, as well as maple and horse chestnut. The wildlife consists of monkeys, Langurs, jackals, barking deer, and the occasional leopard, as well as numerous bird species such as the Himalayan eagle, pheasants, chikor and partridges.