istory of Tattapani Tattapani means hot water and is made up of several hot sulphur springs with many tourists flocking here to take a dip in this water. It is believed that this water can cure many ailments like fatigues, joint pain and certain skin diseases. The springs are located on the banks of the Sutlej River and cover an area of 1 sq km. This natural spring is very pure and the temperature keeps changing on the basis of water level of the river. The hot water spring is 4 km away from the Hindu Temples and the Shiv Goofa (Shiva Caves), which are located at Saraur. A number of worshippers and devotees throng this place in the month of January to take a dip in the sacred water of Tattapani. Tara Ratri and Lohfi are a few popular festivals of Tattapani which captivate tourists who arrive here from all over the world. It's a must see attraction in Naldehra that is also dotted with various temples, holding religious significance for Hindus. Activities in Tattapani River Rafting-Tattapani is a place where adventure seekers can enjoy white river rafting from April to June. A course on river rafting is also offered here by HPTDC and private operators. Mountain Biking / Cycling Mountain biking or cycling is a unique and refreshing experience along the banks of the river Sutlej. Tourists may go up to the Chindi village, which is just 30 km away from Tattapani. Accommodation in Tattapani There are quite a few accommodation options in Tattapani, but the best among all is Hotel Hot Springs Therma and Spa that offers a luxury stay with all modern amenities. The rest are budget hotels that are located close to the banks of the river Sutlej. Best Time to Visit Tattapani can be visited round the year, especially in winter season when the sulphur springs make the region a little warm. This place remains open all throughout the day
Shaily Peak in Naldehra Hill station, combines splendid greenery with a magical climate, a match made in heaven. The beautiful view from the top of the hill will make the long and challenging trek worth it. The trek crosses densely covered forests, a beautiful experience in itself. The lush greenery and an expansive landscape will open up your senses to an unprecedented worldview, perfect to make your trip an unforgettable one. The climb to the top is a steep one, though worthwhile. The Shaily peak is a popular attraction in Shimla and will surely be one of the most memorable highlight of your trip.
Chabba is situated in the district of Naldehra in Himachal Pradesh. The place is laid with lush green fields and tourist love to have a leisure time walking down the lane. This is the place where old electric power house on the river Sutlej finishes at a village name Tattapani. The place gives many water activities to try for like those of rafting. Adventure seeker must try in the time period of May to June or September to October. One will be enthralled by the awe-inspiring views of lush woodlands and grasslands. Outdoor activities available in Chabba attract people fro
Naldehra Golf Club
Himachal Pradesh has always been one of the most popular tourist's destinations in the country, offering a wide range of activities for the sports lover. Its beautiful and challenging hills have attracted trekkers from all over the world. Whether it is river rafting or parasailing, Himachal has always been a place to be in for the sport lover. And Himachal has also kept up with the pace of the changing times and adapted itself to new upcoming sports such as golf. Actually the story of Golf in Himachal started 100 years ago. History: NAL Deo the local deity has been the custodian of this verdant pasture for over a thousand years. As the legend goes, cows grazing in the pasture used to collect at noon near the present site of temple and automatically start milching. One day a TURI (Singing Bard) was passing by when he saw a wild fowl sitting on a tree, he with his catapult shot at it twice without any success. Suddenly the pheasant started talking to him and said, “You cannot kill me, instead you play your DHOL (Drum) because I want to dance”. The bard compiled and the wild fowl danced for a while, then changed its shape into dancing snake. The bard after reaching home shared his experience with the villagers. After consensus of the locals, it was decided to worship this deity in the name of NAL DEO. Over the period of time, this verdant pasture came to be known as NALDEHRA. It became favourite abode of Lord Curzon, erstwhile Viceroy of India. In 1905, he carved it into an exotic playfield called Golf Course. Initially a 9 Hole Course, the Naldehra golf course was expanded to 18 holes, and further expansion has been planned to make the course at par with the best in the country. Golf as a sport has rapidly become popular all over the country and the Governor of Himachal Pradesh, Shri V.S. Kokje feels that Himachal Pradesh with its wonderful terrain and climate has much to offer to the sport. He said, "Golf is essentially a holiday sport, and Himachal Pradesh is a very popular holiday destination. With its climate, its pollution free atmosphere, the altitude and the scenic beauty. So it's a Wonderful opportunity to combine your holidays with your sports". The Story of Golf in Himachal Pradesh started 100 years ago, but it's a story that's just beginning to unfold. Conclusion: People may doubt what you say but they will believe what you do. Please, join hands; collectively we shall fulfil the workable dream of our Chief Patron. It is good to be without vices but it is not good to be without temptations. Let the temptations be translated into programme. This team have sworn to achieve result oriented principled programmes. Principles without programme become platitudes.