Do you admire the beauty and simplicity of nature? Are you crazy about trekking? If the answer is “Yes” to both these question then Morni hill is the perfect places for you. The village of Morni is the only hill station present in the state of Haryana. The hill was named after Queen Morni, who once ruled the region. It is also called Bhoj Jabial and is located in the Panchkula district. The hills extends from the Shivalik range at an altitude of 1,220 meters.
These hills have beautiful landscapes. Apart from sightseeing, Morni offers the visitors with opportunities such as trekking, rock climbing and various other adventurous activity. These hills are blessed with a lush green environment. It is one of the most peaceful and soulful location that I have visited. Therefore, one many find various unique species, which makes it a favourite amongst the bird watchers and wildlife lovers. This makes it an exotic location for the tourist.
If you admire wildlife then you can find birds like the Wall creeper, Black Francolin, Grey Francolin, Red Jungle fowl, Blue Peafowl, Quails, Crested Kingfisher, Bar-tailed Tree creeper, Kalij Pheasant, Himalayan Bulbul, and Oriental Turtle Dove. You can also find animals such as the Barking Deer (Kakad), Hyenas, Neelgai, Langur, Jackals, Hare, Sambar, Leopards, Wild Boar etc.
If you are in Morni apart from visiting the hill, you can also check out the old forts near the hills. These frosts are administered by the Haryana tourism. For the convenience of tourists, Haryana state government has created a hill resort. To make travelling easy for the visitors the government has connected Morni hill with Haryana state highway. To provide the tourist with comfortable stay rest houses like PWD rest house and Lal Munia were built.
If you are looking for a silent holiday in a scenic environment then Morni hills is perfect choice for you. It offers unadulterated environment with wide variety of tourist attractions filled with beautiful gardens, lakes, animals, birds and hills for rock climbing, trekking and mountaineering activities.