We came to Los Lagos for the day to do the zip lining, hot springs and the nature center. We thoroughly enjoyed the zip lining as we were part of a very small group - 7 people total. We were able to take pictures of each other and were not rushed and also didn't have to wait long between platforms. The reason I mention this is because we went on another zip line combo tour and there were way too many people on the tour so lots of waiting around and no opportunities to take pictures of each other because the operation is busy taking pictures for you to buy and rushing you along. Our 10 year old son was also able to do the zip-lining all by himself and even braked himself with the leather glove. At the other experience, he was not allowed to hold onto the cable, but only onto the caribeaner. Once we finished the zip-lining, we explored the various hot springs. The were many to choose from with varying temperatures. There weren't too many people utilizing them, except the one by the swim up bar...so there were plenty of opportunities to have a very quiet hot springs experience. There were 3 slides to use with one inoperable due to construction. Our son enjoyed using the one that emptied into the warm springs. I went to Tabacon Springs back in 2003 and that hot springs is more upscale and had some unique offerings...it is very expensive, but I was pleasantly surprised with this experience at Los Lagos. When we finally finished at the hot springs we explored the "nature center" which consisted of a butterfly garden where we saw Blue Morphos and some other butterflies, an ant farm full of leaf cutter ants - fascinating and there is also a frog farm, but it was locked. There was also enclosures of crocodiles and iguanas. Overall, I'd recommend Los Lagos for the day. Our full day was included in our trip package, so I don't know the cost for what we did.
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