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Caldera Hot Springs, Caldera

Categories: Hot Springs, Nature & Parks
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3.3/5 based on 55 reviews on the web
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  • I think I am kind of biased or spoiled by hotsprings in the past. We bussed it from Boquete, then walked a long while to get here in the swealtering heat, to go into rustic pools, to sweat more. I thi...  read more »
  • This is a natural hot springs, clear water, no sulfur smell and mud/sand bottom so when you step in you can stir things up. There are two community springs one surrounded by a rock wall at about 103 F...  read more »
  • In these natural Wells you you can put in Wells ranging from 43 degrees Celsius to 38 degrees Celsius after can run to the river where the water runs Crystal to 17 degrees Celsius is totally rustic and Virgin depending on with whom you go we went with moty and the kibbutz excellent Rita Rita day and takes you because you know the people and are in the well while it brings you food, and they are ducks geese close of you is as a tale of fairy made reality is worth the pena visit it
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  • Nice hot spings however works one bad employee there who tries to rip you off. Pretty annoying, comes with a strange story that some of the springs is his property
  • The Caldera Hot Springs, or Los Posos as they're known locally, are some of the most rustic Hot Springs I have ever seen. Local Gringos from nearby Boquete tend not to be fans of Posos. I suspect that this is due to their preference for more touristic Spa type hot springs. Posos is a remote, quiet, wooded farm setting. The pools are small ponds dug into the ground. Chickens, goats and one very cheeky monkey will be wandering around as you soak. If you love hot springs, this one cannot be missed. It is quite the hike to in to the compound. Wear decent shoes.
  • The water is warm, clean and the people who run the place are great. $2 entrance helps them. I go often.
  • Dirty water
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  • Good friendly staff. Other attractions in the place, only missing the signs, but worth it.
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