Termas de Banos Colina, San Jose de Maipo

(3.4/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web)
Relax weary minds and feet at Termas de Banos Colina, thermal baths within a remote and peaceful mountainous setting. Sit back and survey the skies as the thermal baths warm and relax you. Decent trails can be found nearby if you'd prefer to work up a sweat before indulging in the baths. The roads to the thermal baths are not in the best shape, so drive a 4x4 if you can and beware of lorries in the area due to the proximity to mines. For travelers who use our international travel planner, San Jose de Maipo holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Termas de Banos Colina and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • Despite the difficulties of access, coupon site to visit. We rented a simple car, realized here. Location is very beautiful, but has no tourist infrastructure. Recommend
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  • I went with my family and my children. The landscape is impressive. Very clean pools. There are tables and grills surrounded by trees for a day. The bathrooms are spotless. The entrance is very accessible highly recommended
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  • Are hot springs natural to 2 hours from Bridge high, 3 hours approx. from other communes of Santiago. The place is nice, more than anything else by the hot springs because the rest is nature, but nothing of this world. You can camp there but there are no facilities of any kind, only the ground to pitch your tent and settle. The value is $8000 adult and $4000 children per day. The hot springs if they are very good, there are some pretty hot, and other slightly more warm, there are 5 if I remember correctly. Have mud in the bottom, which you leave the skin well exfoliated. Have gone several times to this place and nothing that tell, except the last time makes a pair of days, that was very busy and had a group of people quite annoying, "flaites", made noise all the night until them 8 am, and within the terma shouted and until swam vexatiously, fortunately the caregiver les said that was terma and not pool... If not out by that group unpleasant the place is pretty good. Note: to the side there is a river that comes from above one of the hills, is nice go to walk to beyond
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