8 Natural Hot Water Springs of Himachal Pradesh

Tattapani Hot Water Spring near Sutlej River
Tattapani Hot Water Spring near Sutlej River
The land of Himachal Pradesh is blessed with a number of hot springs. Though, being used by local populace from time immemorial, these hot springs have surged into popularity thanks to their medicinal and curative values. Most of these hot springs are within the boundaries of Sutlej and Beas River Valleys.

Manikaran
Manikaran is a small town in the Parbati Valley of Kullu district. It is located 4 km ahead of Kasol and 35 km from Kullu and home to several hot water springs. Beside hot springs, Manikaran is a popular pilgrimage site among Hindus and Sikhs.

Kheerganga
Kheerganga is known for a dreamlike naturally hot water pool nestled in the Parvati Valley. The Kheerganga name itslef translates as milky water. The village is located 10 km ahead of Pulga village and only accessible via foot and for a period of seven from March to October. The temprature of this hot sping is lower than hot springs of Manikaran.

Kalath
The little known village of Kalath lies on bank of Beas river. The village is known for six natural hot water springs that are believed to have medicinal values. The village is located at the distance of 6.5 km from Manali.

Vashisht
Sometimes spelled as Bashisht, Vashisht is a small village in Kullu district which lies 6 km ahead of Manali. It is assoicated with Sage Vashisht and his descendant.

Kasol
Kasol is one of the less explored places in Himachal Pradesh. Just 39 km ahead of Kullu, the small village is known for a hot water spring that lies within the radius of 1 km from village centre.

Tattapani
Tattapani lies in Mandi district, just 52 km ahead of Shimla. It is situated on the right bank of Satluj river at an altitude of 2230 ft. The word Tattapani translates into hot water. A number of hot springs are spread in a region of one square kilometer.

Tatwani
Tatwani is small village in Kangra. It lies just 29 km from famous Masroor Rock Cut Temple. The village is known for a small hot spring water pool hidden within the boundaries of village temple.

Jeori
Jeori hot water spring can be located in the picturesque valley of Spiti. It lies 23 km ahead of Rampur Bushahr.

Name of the Host SpringDistrict
Manikaran SpringKullu
KasolKullu
KhirgangaKullu
KalathKullu
VashishtKullu
TattapaniMandi
TatwaniKangra
JeoriKinnaur