Termas de Copahue

Termas de Copahue, Caviahue: Address, Termas de Copahue Reviews: 4/5

Termas de Copahue
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complejo termal enclavado en la alta montaña,funcionan solo en verano,esta a 17 km. del centro poblado mas cercano.Un centro de baños termales y tratamientos con aguas,vapores y fangos de gran calidad.
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Frank v
Medellin, Colombia246 contributions
A Ruin but inside looks good.
Feb 2019 • Solo
If you want in de termas you need a health declaration first. When I was here was bussy but because I only went to the free one I only have to sing I was healthy. You my stay 3 times 20 minutes in the water. But the most buildings are in bad condision also the pools outside. I know way better termas this was the wurst one.
Written February 19, 2019
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patricianaidichfidan
Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina11 contributions
So relaxing!
Jan 2015 • Couples
Hot springs are wonderful to cure several things (artrosis, lung diseases, lupus, etc). Beautiful nature and surroundings with the unique "araucarias", volcano, little water falls all over, trekking......
Written September 28, 2015
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Verito70
Buenos Aires, Argentina238 contributions
Really amazing
Nov 2014 • Couples
Hot springs pools are really interesting to visit, even if you are not a fan at all of bathing on the different pools. All of the pools show different colors and properties, and temperatures.
They are open from December to May, but you still can watch them any time of the year. Just bear in mind that out of season all the hotels in Copahue are fully closed, and that since the place is very close to the volcano, it tends to become isolated by the snow. They can have 2 meters of snow, so everything gets blocked.
In the road to Copahue you can also watch volcanic related events like boiling mud, and hydrothermal vents in 'Las Maquinas' and 'Las Maquinitas'.
Written December 2, 2014
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