My husband, sister and I went to the hot springs in aguas Calientes. The location is at the end of the Main Street a few minutes from the plaza. The walk to get their is pre workout if you are planning to attend MT. Machu Picchu the next day. The place is nucenit has a bar and lockers. Although they... 更多
Terrible experience, don't loose time going there. Dirty, small, crowded, bad organised...better if you just relax after MachuPichu in the hotel and then go to a bar to take a drink. Doesn't worth at all.
Nice town surrounded by hills, however we tried two restaurants and food was quite bad, couldn't sleep well at night as party was on till 2am, however had to get up early to catch the bus up to Machu Picchu. By the time we arrived at queue (5am), there were already hundreds of people queueing up.
We walked up to the hot springs. The setting is fine with decent change facilities, but there is one one pool which is quite hot but not super hot. The pool has a gravel bottom which is unique. It was overpriced for what it was S20 per person, although we took our guide with us and he was S5. You... 更多
The thermal hot springs in Aguas Calientes were a god-send for us after our morning walk thru Macchu Picchu. The entrance to them is a little misleading, you will walk a ways (uphill of course) to get to the actual springs, but it's through a beautiful bit of rainforest, so take your time. We went around 4 pm (it closes... 更多
quote a walk to get to!! all uphill at high altitude, but you will be rewarded at the end - if you forgot your bathing suit like we did - there is a guy before the entrance that rents bathing suits & towels for super cheap.
The hot springs are located at the top of the hill above the main area of Aguas Calientes. As you climb, you will see many carvings of local and Inca lore cut into the native rock. It is a beautiful path to follow, and there are benches strategically placed along the way for those who want to rest. It costs... 更多
Older style hot springs. Not a spa. Well used by locals. Clean with a bit of a sulphur smell. Not that large, so you are right next everyone. Peruvians are friendly so no problem.
After the climb to Macchu Picchu we returned to our hotel then went over to the hot springs, just up the valley. Nice warm water not too crowded. We rented towels from a vender at the start of trail up to the hot springs. It's 20 sols each to get in. You change and put your clothes into lockers and... 更多
I went there expecting the worst from people's previous reviews. The water is murky: normal, the bottom of the pools are gravel and this is mountain water. But the place is nice enough if you are not expecting a 5 star spa. Nice place to meet other travels and chat in the warm pools (people also complained the water was... 更多