Tattapani, situated 58 km away from Naldehra, is one of the major tourist attractions of the region. Nestled at an altitude of 655 m above sea level, the place is known for its sulphurous hot water springs.
It is believed that taking a dip in the waters of this spring heals illness such as fatigue, joint pain and skin diseases. Located on the banks of the Sutlej river, the spring covers an area of around 1 sq km.
Once here, tourists can also take up river rafting along the Sutlej river. People in large numbers visit this place every year during the months of January and April. A unique feature of this spring is that it disappears every year, sometime during the months of June or July, and reappears in November or December.