Another attractive falls that district Shimla comprise of are the hot water sulphur springs of Tattapani. This lays on the banks of the Satluj River, to the right of it. Along with the magnificent waterfalls and the crystal clear chasms that plunge into the River Satluj like smoke in air, Tattapani is also well - known as a place of religious importance. The natural sulphur springs in this place are truly invigorating and curative, just like the ones at Vashisht and Manikaran.
From Tattapani, the nearest airport falls at Jubbal Hatti, which is 45 km from the location of the falls. Shimla seems to be the nearest railway headquarters (narrow gauge), spaning 23 km from Tattapani. From Chandigarh, Delhi and Manali, it can be managed to reach Tattapani Waterfalls in Himachal Pradesh via roads - in bus, cabs and private coaches of course - covering respective distances of 139 km, 392 km and 282 km.
Thus, waterfalls in Himachal Pradesh are truly an inseparable aspect of its tourism and the boundless beauty of the trailor from heaven, which nature has brought to Indian land, for us to seek pleasure.