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Chasing Hot Springs: You Don't Have to Travel Abroad for These 6 Beauties

Hot springs are rare natural phenomena and are found at a handful of places in the world. Fret not for you won't have to travel across the globe to see and bathe in one as we've identified five unique locations with hot water springs in India!

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Manikaran is known for the famous Gurudwara and the Parvati river, creating the parvati valley. The hot spring here is considered sacred by Sikh devotees and is believed to have medicinal powers too! 

HolidayIQ reviewer Prachi says, “Renowned for its pilgrimage centers, the sacred town of hot water spring 'Manikaran' is perched on the right bank of the roaring river 'Parvati' at an altitude of 1700 m, in Kullu District of Himachal Pradesh. We were greeted by what we thought were dense, really dense, clouds making visibility quite vulnerable until we realized these were vapours rising high from the hot water spring. We were mesmerized.”

Apart from being a beautiful palce to trek to, Joshimath also has a hidden hot spring called Tapovan, where the sulphur content is high and believed to be good for skin diseases.

HolidayIQ reviewer Swati says, “There’s a hot water spring in Joshimath- it is towards Badrinath. Very short distance from Chamoli. At the top, near the clifftop resort, you can trek till the jungle and as per your adventurous mind, even inside it as in there is a beautiful lake.

Named after sage Vashisht, this temple is believed to be about 4000 years old and features a tiny hot spring that is considered sacred and of medical value by the locals.

HolidayIQ reviewer Sumith says, “The century old hadimba temple and the vashisth temples with its hot spring are close by and is a must see but be ready for a really steep road approach. The market is bustling giving you enough variety of tourist souvenirs and collectibles.

This hot spring is also known as brahma kund and is believed to be effective against muscular and joint pain, apart from having religious significance for hindus.

HolidayIQ reviewer Supriyo says, “The Hot spring in Rajgir is very interesting. A bath in hot spring will give relief from physical exertion and also impart mental peace.

There are many hidden hot springs in Ladakh and on the way to the serene Tso Moriri, lies this hot spring with clean water and comfortable temperature to bathe in. 

HolidayIQ reviewer Soumen says, “We proceeded for Tso Moriri at 8 am. Took aloo paratha on the way. Nice scenery alongside Indus River. There’s a beautiful hot spring on the way. You can take a dip if it's not too hot or too cold.”

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