Annapurna Hot Spring Trek

Annapurna Hot Spring Trek
People are enjoying the Hot Spring bath in Jhinu Danda before and after the Annapurna Trek

Annapurna Region is well known for the world’s best trekking trails such as Annapurna Circuit Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek, and Upper Mustang Trek. Not only these two trekking trails there are other popular walking trails like Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek,  Mardi Himal Trek, Khopra Danda Trek, etc. Even there are some newly discovered trekking trails including Mohare Danda, Kaphuche Lake, Kumai Danda, and many more. Our new Annapurna Hot Spring Trek is a combination of some of these popular trekking trails. 

As already mentioned that Annapurna Hot Spring Trek is a combination of the papular treks. So that doing this trek is the best way to experience the beauty of nature and the culture of the region. As like other treks during this trek also can enjoy the breathtaking vistas of the Annapurna range, Machhapuchhare, Nilgiri, and Dhaulagiri. Also the dramatic landscapes of the region and the typical local village, these everything makes this trek is a beautiful trek in Nepal. 

The highlight of Annapurna Hot spring Trek 

Take a hot spring bath starting and end of the trek

Combination of the popular trekking trails 

Spectacular mountain views 

Dramatic landscapes view 

Witness the Gurung and Magar culture 

Sunrise and sunset view 

Everyone can do this trek 

Less touristic trekking trail (off the beaten trek) 

Typical Gurung village and their daily lifestyle 

Explore the untouched Khayer Lake  

Annapurna Hot Spring Trek starts with a warm hot spring bath at Jhinu Danda and then ends after a good hot spring bath at Tatopani. Or this trek can do vice versa, starts in Tatopani and ends in Jhinu Danda. And this trek is a new and different trek from other normal treks in Nepal; because normally trekkers have a chance to enjoy one hot spring bath while they do trekking in this region. Even this trek can extend to the other popular trekking trails in the Annapurna area. 

The outstanding Mountain Views while continuing the Annapurna Hot Spring Trek is another attraction of this trek. Walking through the lush forest and enjoying the flora and fauna inside of this jungle. Proper walking trails to reach one place to another place and well-managed accommodation during the trek makes this journey is a lifetime trekking experience in Nepal. Although in some places the accommodation is not as good then you expected and you used to have while trekking. 

Annapurna Hot Spring Trek Itinerary 

Day 1 Drive to Syauli Bazar and trek to Ghinu Danda
Day 2 Ghinu Danda to Chuile
Day 3  Chuile to Byali Kharka
Day 4 Byali Kharka to Khopra Danda
Day 5 Visit Khayer Lake and back to Khopra Danda
Day 6 Khopra Danda to Paudar
Day 7 Paudar to Tatopani
Day 8 Tatopani to Pokhara drive

Annapurna Hotspring Trek can combine with Annapurna Base Camp Trek. 

Annapurna Base Camp Trek is also called Annapurna Sanctuary Trek and this is a very popular trekking route in the Annapurna region. The 360-degree angle mountain view from Annapurna Base Camp is just spectacular. And trekking to the lush forest and treeless land is another amazing thing to enjoy during this trek. 

The combined itinerary of ABC with Annapurna Hot Spring Trek 

Day 1 Drive to Syauli Bazar and trek to Ghinu Danda
Day 2 Ghinu Danda to Bamboo
Day 3 Bamboo to Deurali
Day 4 Deurali to ABC
Day 5 ABC to Bamboo
Day 6 Bamboo to Chhumrong
Day 7 Chhumrong to Tadapani
Day 8 Tadapani to Byali Kharka
Day 9 Byali Kharka to Khopra Danda
Day 10  Visit Khayer Lake and back to Khopra Danda
Day 11 Khopra Danda to Paudar
Day 12 Paudar to Tatopani
Day 13  Tatopani to Pokhara drive

When to do this trek? 

The best time to do trekking in Nepal is in the spring and the autumn season so that these two seasons are the season to do the Annapurna Hot Spring Trek. The Spring season in Nepal – in March, April, and May, and the Autumn season in Nepal – is in September, October, and November. 

Also during the winter season can do this excursion but this season is very cold and there might be snow too. If you love to play snow and can adjust to the cold then this is the best time too. 

Require permits to do this trek. 

This trek is also inside the Annapurna Conservation Area so the other trekking route inside the ACAP for this trek also needs an ACAP permit and TIMS Card. TIMS Card means Trekking Information Management System and ACAP means Annapurna Conservation Area permit. If you are doing an individual trek then these permits can issue from the Tourism Board office in Brikutimandap Kathmandu and the ACAP office in Pokhara. 

If you are traveling with a group and through the trekking company then that trekking company will organize everything that you need to do Annapurna Hot Spring Trek. The ACAP permit will cost $30 and TIMS Card will cost $20 per person. And to obtain the permits need to bring your Passport details and Some passport size photos. 

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