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Hot Springs Chacapi, Yanque

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Hot Springs Chacapi is located in Yanque. Plan to visit Hot Springs Chacapi and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Yanque attractions using our Yanque itinerary planner.
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  • We went with a group of friends, and the truth that fascinated us super relaxing and above all the landscape that surrounds them. It was incredible. The inlet is worth S /. 15 we went in August and enjoy good Sun, not only boasts natural pools, also type there are swimming pools and shower services and keep luggage
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  • you will come across two very simple trekking routes in this series of pools at different temperatures. 15 soles to get in but there are only a few dressing rooms and changing rooms and hot showers die you have to leave the stuff on some nearby Boulder. At 18 close because it gets dark early. Careful not to slip on the stones and very very hot springs. Bring towels otherwise you can rent them.
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  • Three stone basins receive hot water! Since PVC pipes. It's rather warm than hot. Cabins for changing and nearby instructions not what rave especially if you already have made others in other countries!
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Where to stay in Yanque

An established cultural tourism spot for groups and solo adventurers, the small town of Yanque offers comfortable accommodations for visitors, but in relatively small supply. Guesthouses providing bed and board represent the most common of style of accommodations in town; choose from newly built and old, characterful options. Cross Rio Colca, and you'll find a couple of eco-lodges around the hot springs, offering spa facilities, bars, and onsite restaurants. Head back to the main regional road for a selection of simple bed and breakfasts and small hotels.
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