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This place is a hidden jewel if you are looking to heal body, mind and spirit. The price cannot be beat, However one must focus on the benefits you will receive AND block out the unmaintained ambiance. Monica, one of the massage therapists was very...More
Ancient spa. No frills place large soaking tubs aa well as hot mud baths and available massages with hot mud or aloe oil. Get your mud massage then bake in the sun and shower off. It is wonderful for the skin. Old world feel mostly...More
The complex is old, very old there has been little to no maintenance and no upkeep of the grounds. Many buildings are not used and falling down. The mud pit, yea I did it but would not repeat. The vapor room is small and nasty....More
Have been the same for last, at least, 70 years, with very few maintenance done. But, diving in the hot water for fifteen to twenty minutes acts as the best anti-stress medicine; when I walked out I just wanted to sleep. There are also some...More
Since I was a child my parents have taken me to this magic place, from always there was the called “healing mud”. The first time they forced me to enter but then I loved it. It didn’t have any ugly smell.
It’s a tourist resort...More
I went to visit the The thermal bath complex of San Vicente with my friends, this place is located in the province of Santa Elena.
The main attraction is a volcano of natural water with a temperature of 42 degrees Celsius, more a volcanic crater...More
With my family, we headed for the thermal baths. After a few taxi rides we arrived at San Vicente.If you are looking for fancy and fussy with lots of ambiance, this is not the place for you. This is a basic thermal bath that has...More
OK, this place is a little unorthodox! But do it just for the fun! Lather yourself with volcanic mud. Get an amazing 30 minute massage for $5. Relax in the hot mineral waters. Finish the day with a cold coconut water for $1.50. This is...More
Its a long time (but very rundown) favorite of some older loyal locals. Needs some elbow grease and maintenance both in the baths and out. There are weeds and piles of debris along the walkways with a family of buzzards hanging around the roof tops...More
Baños de San Vicente
It is a true treasure of medicinal waters that will make your holiday a beneficial rest for your health. It is located at Km. 104 via Guayaquil Santa Elena. The therapeutic complex comprises four hectares, where the facilities of 4 swimming...More
Yes, "Baños de San Vicente" in the Coast, in Santa Elena Province, is not the same as "Baños de Agua Santa" in Tungurahua Province, at mountains. Both of them have termal waters. The first has only one termal pool and one... More
Yes, "Baños de San Vicente" in the Coast, in Santa Elena Province, is not the same as "Baños de Agua Santa" in Tungurahua Province, at mountains. Both of them have termal waters. The first has only one termal pool and one mud pool; while the second one has several public and prívate termal pools.