Thukche to Ghase to Tatopani
Tatopani Travel Blog› entry 4 of 8 › view all entries
March 5th, 2005 – by: aquaholicme2
At Kalapani we stopped for some time to watch the villagers taking part in some celebrations.
From Ghasa we didn't get much view of the Annapurna as its in a valley, but the tip of the Dhaulagiuri is visible. The trek from Ghasa to the next night stop Tatopani is a walk downwards over a rough trail. And if it rains, like it did that day, then becomes a bit slippery and need to be a bit careful. We stopped at Dhana for lunch at the restaurant which is beside a waterfall. Its a real treat to have lunch with the sound of waterfall beside you.
We reached Tatopani, our stop for the night which is a nice town between the valleys. Its the lowest point in our whole trek and becomes really cold. Tatopani is a comparatively bigger town and its main attraction is the natural Hot water springs. A dip in the hot water spring will relieve you of all the body pain and relax your muscles. You can hear stories from other travelers while at the springs, get some tips and buy some souvenirs from this town, and the people are amazing.
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