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Firstly I would like to say that if you are in Tatopani then you would probably want to go but please for the love of god do not endure a very long bus ride to this place (and another very long bus ride away from...More
Tatopani was affected quite badly in the earthquake. The hot springs themselves seem to be ok, or they have been restored, however the roads are pretty bad especially after The Last Resort which is about 15 miles down the valley. The Chinese are also building...More
If trekking has given you sore legs these hot springs may help you get back to normal. It is very colorful place with lots of local and overseas visitors and very hot spring water. If you have not had a hot bath while trekking this...More
I went to the hot springs twice during a 2-day stay in Tatopani. After having hiked for 4 days with limited access to hot showers, letting myself into the hot pools was a pure luxury. There is also a hot shower available. Remember you are...More
Take a torch as coming back up steep steps in dark from riverside to hotels can be tricky.
Good mix of locals and tourists, seemed ok for both genders.
A place to soap up and wash clothes separate to the pools. Most people stacked their...More
Many hot springs have the rotten egg smell, but not this one. Shower prior to the pool is enforced (great idea), but you have to buy your own soap. You also have to get your own towels. So come prepared. Having flip flops may help...More
Me and my father wanned to visit the hot springs in tatopani. At the start I already wasn't amused with what I saw, the ladies trew all their rubbish in the river next to the hot springs. In Nepal this is maybe normal but in...More
An interesting place to visit and enjoy the hot spring bath. Many people visits here with religious belief as well as with the thought that such hot water cures skin diseases - not sure if it really does. The maintenance and cleanliness is very poor...More
After a hard week of trekking, the warm pool is a good way of relaxing. It's pretty basic and rual, but since this is Nepal, this is also the experince one should be seeking
The water is HOT and the view is beautiful