If you love peace and calmness. It's the best place to visit. Not far from Kasauli but on an absolute peaceful location. Best place for elders and children.There are many adventure sports for youngsters also. The glass House and open theatre are the best. There is an organic garden too. Staff is minimal and polite and food is great.Never miss the sunset, it's mesmerizing.

Vishal Bhagat


Absolutely amazing experience with all the activities and high quality infrastructure. Parking available for maximum 4 Hatchback cars. A little bit climb to the rooms from parking. Rooms are very spacious and wooden work in rooms is appreciable. Management books are also available to read. Leg massager for relaxing after activities. Ample extra beddings to accommodate 16-18 people in 4 rooms. Zip line activity is filled with adventure. Rope Bridge and commando net is again marvelous way to exercise.

Manish Kumar Kashyap


Me and my wife spent a weekend wef 9-10 June 18 and it was an awesome experience. Driving down from Manali and wasting four days in the hustle and bustle of a place exploding with tourists and commercial activities, Aestus was a welcome change. The drive from Chandigarh via the Shimla Kalka Road is what I recommend instead of the Pinjore Kalka Road as the former is more serene and scenic. It's a non descript place called Jangeshu and 11 kms short of Kasauli and 5kms ahead of Masoolkhana. There are no sign boards so on arriving at the property one needs to ask people around to know where it is but I believe the owners have deliberately kept it that way to avoid commercialization of the place. The staff at the centre are more like family as one could relate to them that way and it felt more like a home away from home. The activities kept us enthralled during the first day of our stay and we had fun partaking in zip line particularly and walking the Burma bridge. The safety is well taken care of and demo is given prior to all activities and an indemnity bond is signed on a piece of paper before attempting zip line, Burma bride and rope balancing. Evenings are pleasant and it really worth to spend a couple of hours sitting at the machan placed at one end of the property. There are a total four rooms and have been kept spic and span by the staff and the furniture is minimalistic as is ideal for a Wellness Centre. Smoking and alcohol is prohibited plus the place serves only vegetarian food which is very tasty and cooked by a Nepali cook. They gave all guests a packet of local Haldi (Turmeric powder) locally grown and grounded, which I felt was a very warm gesture to reciprocate us being with them. My prayerful best wishes with the owner Mr Iqbal Singh and his family and staff. Regards.Lt Col Rahul Rai.

Rahul Rai


A place away from city crowd, in lap of nature with fresh, clean and unpolluted air... Kudos to staff in making our team outing really enjoyable as we are carrying bag full of memories back home. Loved the surprise elements, natural rain forest harvesting, music, dance, lemon drinks, delicious lunch, glass house, open theatre.

Manikaran Paramvir Singh Tuli


Thanku so much Harpreet Didi for taking us to such an amazing amazing place....Awesome experience with all the fun activities... Noway one should miss it. Very good staff so welcoming.... Everything is so good about Aestus wellness centre... Just loved it

Nagpal Yatish

(Test Lead at Tech Mahindra, Chandigarh)

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