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Just a short drive from Chivay, these lovely thermal springs are set in a scenic mountain setting. The complex is made up of five hot spring pool that are fed from the brooks of the Colca Canyon. The water really was amazingly warm at roughly...More
Complex with around 5 termal baths located 3.5km ffom Chivay. Showers and changing cabins surrounding the baths. Free lockers. Entrance fee is low. Surroundings are great! You can buy drinks and some snacks in the complex.
Stayed for 1.5 hour after drive from Arequipa and...More
There were about 5 different pools all at different temperatures. The pools were very basic. There were a couple of wooden huts to get changed in and we just left our belongings lying around the pools as there wasn't sufficient storage. There was a little...More
We spent an hour here and we had a choice of three pools. A nice way to spend an hour or two to warm up in the chilly weather!Changing rooms, bathroom, showers and lockers. They even have swimsuits etc for sale outside! Only cost 15solis...More
Very nice and relaxing experience . View is beautiful to the valley. The facility of the place are minimalistic, but sufficient. Lockers are available and changing rooms. The outside pool was quiet around 14h when we visited.
We would have never felt warm in Chivay if not for these thermal baths. For $5 you get access to several large thermal pools. We must have spent 4 or 5 hours altogether here over the 3 days we were in the area. Transport by...More
At the end of a long day on the road and on foot, the HOT pools are very welcoming. The surrounds though need a little TLC.
It's one of those places which would have looked lovely when first built, but has had nothing spent on...More