People in India pay from ten thousand to more than Five Lakh Rupees to get a good Jacuzzi bath to relax their body and mind. But do you know that you can find a Natural Jacuzzi with a breathtaking view of the landscape right here in India?
We all know that finding clear and sparkling water bodies is difficult here in India but there are still a few places that will leave you gasping. The natural Jacuzzi occurs when geothermally heated groundwater rises from the Earth’s crust and takes the form of natural pools and geysers. Usually, hot springs have around the 100 degrees Fahrenheit mark.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF TAKING A JACUZZI?
One of the most obvious benefits of a hot bath is the stress relief and its potential to ease the tensions of the day. The hot water helps in relaxing your tight, tense muscles and can help in easing aches and pain. Immersion in a hot Jacuzzi for 10 minutes may lower blood pressure and is safe for most people with high blood pressure.
However, one should limit the time in the jacuzzi especially if you’re not used to it. Some of the signs that you should come out of the pool include lightheadedness, dizziness, nausea, skin redness, or shortness of breath.
WHERE ARE THE POPULAR HOT SPRINGS IN INDIA?
1. Kheer Ganga, Himachal Pradesh: As the name depicts, first you will be awestruck by the beauty of the Ganga river which is as clean and white as Kheer. Then relax your body and mind with the hot spring bath. With the beauty of the Mountains, Kheer Ganga is also home to serene hot springs. You can have a cup of coffee and enjoy your jacuzzi at the height of 3000 meters and it is definitely a must-visit place to go for an easy trek for beginners.
2. Panamik, Ladakh: Ladakh is known for its chilling temperature and making travellers tired of frigid cold. In that case, there is nothing better than taking a dip in the hot spring and relaxing your tightened muscles. Located in Jammu & Kashmir’s Nubra valley, the Panamik hot spring is nothing more than heaven for travellers. The water of this hot spring is sulphur-rich and said to have amazing healing qualities which can cure skin disease and rheumatism.
3. Yumthang, Sikkim: Indian northern regions are home to nature’s wonders. Take a short trip from the main Yumthang road and you will reach the Lachung River and Yumthang hot springs. The place is usually covered with towering snow-cold mountains on all sides, the two pools have temperatures of 50°C and you can have your time relaxing there. Not only one, but Sikkim also has another hot spring located at Reshi. One can camp overnight in Reshi or even spend the night at a popular cave called “Kah-do Sang Phu” which is considered to be sacred by the locals there.
4. Manikaran, Himachal Pradesh: Along with Kheer Ganga, Himachal Pradesh has Manikaran bursting with spiritual energy and hot spring which is a popular pilgrimage spot for Hindus & Sikhs. The place is located close to the hill stations Kullu and Manali and the water here has elements believed to relieve bronchitis and rheumatic aches.
5. Tapt Kund, Uttarakhand: This hot spring is where believers are expected to purify themselves before heading to the Badrinath Temple. The place is filled with positive energy that you will need before going ahead.
6. Bakreshwar, West Bengal: The land of rosogolla and famous for its Terracotta temples of Bishnupur, also has a hot spring. Bakreshwar is known for its hot springs and the hottest temperature for a hot spring is Agni Kund with an unbearable temperature of 80°C. The hot springs there are loaded with sodium, potassium, and calcium. Each of these chemicals has therapeutic benefits to the human body.
These hot springs are rich in medicinal chemicals and minerals and are nature’s very own healing resorts and apart from being rich in the aforementioned minerals, these hot water comes with health and beauty benefits. So if you want to relax after trouble times are over, pack your bags and visit these hot springs to clean your body and soul.