The Ghandruk Hot Spring Trekking begins by visiting some of the UNESCO World Heritage Listed Sites in Kathmandu including, Soyambhunath-“The Monkey Temple”, Pashupatinath-“The Crematorium”, Boudhanath-“The Largest Buddhist Stupa in South Asia” and Kathmandu Durbar Square- ancient palace place and home for “KUMARI” who is believed as the living goddess.
Then take a scenic drive to Pokhara– “The City of Lakes” to explore some of the lakes, caves, streams and also to collect superb views of snowcapped mountains. From Pokhara, take a short drive to Phedi then start gentle hiking towards Jhinu Danda- the natural hot spring place passing Dhumpus then Landruk, a Gurung village. At Jhinu, enjoy bathing in the natural hot spring pool.
Then trek down to Ghandruk – a village situated in the lap of the Himalayas to explore the local culture and their own living styles. Thereafter, trek back to Kimche, take a short drive back to Pokhara to end the memorable hiking.
As Trekking in Nepal is a seasonal adventure tour and trek activities, we’ve two best seasons for this Annapurna Trek and they are as follows:
Spring(March, April, May): The season in which rhododendron sweeps the ascending altitudes with its magnanimous color and beauty and due to which colorful hills are spotted throughout the journey wherever possible. One also gets the chance to collect the panoramic view of the Annapurna Himalayas.
Autumn(September, October, November): The perfect season to trek in which the dry air sweeps the nation and due to which the sky seems to be crystal clear. The trekking trails are also neither too wet nor too slippery. One can enjoy the panoramic views of the snowcapped Himalayas of the Annapurna.
As it is one of the easy treks with a short duration as the Annapurna Sunrise Trek or the Everest Sunrise Trek, one can also enjoy the trek during the winter season as well. Ample winter clothes are recommended for this season.
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