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Rest your weary bones by bathing at Banos Termales de Cocalmayo, a huge landscaped complex of natural hot springs. Although not as popular as other pools in the area, the natural springs offer a peaceful ambience, and you can grab beer and snacks from the on-site kiosk to take your relaxation to the next level. Reliable transport options to the springs include taxis and a daily bus. The river flood of 2010 damaged the pools, though they have now been repaired. Plan to see Banos Termales de Cocalmayo and other attractions that appeal to you using our Santa Teresa vacation trip planner.
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janethwnAugust 13, 2017
Hicimos el Inka Jungle Trek de 4 días y pasamos por aquí, justo nos tocó que la entrada estaba libre pues era el solsticio de invierno y no tuvimos que pagar. Es el lugar perfecto para relajarse despu... more »We did the 4-day Inka Jungle Trek and we went through here, we had to just that the entrance was free because it was the winter solstice and we didn't have to pay. It is the perfect place to relax after a long day walking. The climate is cool at night and is not so full. There are places that sell snacks and drinks (soft drinks, beer, pisco). The bathrooms are not the best, are not in the best conditions of cleaning, but serve.
María Ignacia VAugust 4, 2017
Muy ricas las termas. Eso sí, bastante gente. Conviene de noche que va menos gente y al parecer de día además hay muchos mosquitos. Las piscinas no son taan calientes, pero reponedoras para después de... more »Rich hot springs. That Yes, enough people. It is at night that less people will and apparently of day there are many mosquitoes. The pools are not hot, but specialities then taan of one-day trekking.
AnerieraAugust 4, 2017
As piscinas são de pedra e as dependencias como wc e trocador são bem simples, porém limpas. Não tem onde guardar suas coisas, leve tudo numa mochila para deixar nas proximidades onde voce se banhar. ... more »The pools are made of stone and the dependencies as toilet and changing table are simple, but clean. You have no where to store your stuff, take it all in a backpack to leave nearby where you bathe. The pools are not mega hot, but has a pleasant temperature to stay a long time. The hard part was out in the cold and be attacked by black flies of the place. Cold and NAMI no matches! But had this crabgrass la, so beware: take mosquito repellent, anti-allergic etc. not to spoil your ride, still worth knowing.
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