It is delightful to be immersed in the old hot pool scenario,Especially when it is a flash back to the wonderful days in the 70"s.Quaint decor and a pumping sound system as you move from one heat pool to another.
From a town called 'hot water,' the springs were very disappointing - their temperature was luke warm. The only hot water you'll be receiving is from the pipes used to wash your body with your own cleaning products. Honestly, I do not regret going because my legs were very sore after the hike but otherwise I would not partake at... 更多
A decent way to finish after the inca trail. It's not the most pleasant of spas or hot springs that you'll come across but certainly felt like it refreshed the body post trek. 20 soles to get in and full of locals with good views on the walk up.
If you're imagining a relaxing and soothing hot springs experience, think again. It could have been a wonderful place to hang out and enjoy the view of the mountains but unfortunately, they're hard to appreciate when the pool hygiene and its crowded surroundings are questionable at best. The change rooms stunk of urine and the pools weren't particularly warm either.... 更多
Compared to my first trip 8 years ago, this place has only become better. Its a good stop to do if you are going up or coming down from Machu Picchu. Although small, it has many interesting qualities - a soak in the hot springs, a melting pot of tourist, interesting art shops and the Andeans are just nice people... 更多
There are natural hot springs here. Don't let the green color of the water deter you - it's the minerals! The natural springs are on terraces and the further you go down the terraces, the hotter the water gets! Interesting that as you soak in the tubs, you may order drinks delivered to you! There are free lockers for your... 更多