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These so-called "hot springs" are, in fact, lukewarm and dirty with no circulation. The day we visited, the pools were packed shoulder to shoulder. It cost 20 non-refundable soles and, after paying, was a long uphill walk to the actual pools.
I went to the "hot springs" that were not hot at all and did not have a good experience. The pools and the water are dirty, water also cold and they were really crowded. The customer service was also terrible. I wish somebody had warned...More
It's really good to go for a soak after a hard hike. It does take about 15 minutes to walk up there. The water has a slight sulfur smell, but don't worry, it's good for you! 😁
There is a great view of the mountain...More
We were told to go here from a guide, really happy with our evening meal so went back the next day for lunch. The atmosphere on the street couldn’t be better with a pan flute busker near by. The train passes through the centre, so...More
We got to Aguas Caliente after 4 days on the Inca Trail. Ready for a long soak in at HOT pool!. Unfortunately, the pools are warm (at least by my standards). Top temp was 99 F. I was hoping for 104+. It was an interesting...More
We went to the Hot Springs at around 6:30pm. (They close at 7:30pm and have to be out of there by 8:30pm). There are several "pools" each contained within a cement enclosure a lot like a swimming pool. They are all different temperatures so look...More
We were only in MP Pueblo for a little over 24 hours. But I'm really glad we fit in a visit to the hot springs. We followed recommendations to go early in the day. We were exhausted from traveling, and from our scramble from Sacred...More