Through the Hotel San Simon in the heart of Pereira, I was able to arrange for a driver to take me out to Termales de Santa Rosa de Cabal. The 45 minute scenic trip included a brief stop on the road once we got into the town of Santa Rosa to get some lunch. I was told that Chorizadas (Kilometro 2 Via a Termales) makes the best chorizos (sausages). As it was my first time eating chorizos, I cannot confirm whether Chorizadas is indeed the best, but the sausages were quite agreeable to my tummy. At this open air eatery, I was also introduced to aguapanela, a hot drink that uses a type of brown sugar as its base. It is often used as a good cold remedy. Upon reaching the falls, all of the cares of the world seemed to drift away. Beautiful views of the falls, beautiful people, both lovers and families, simply beautiful. I took an early trip so I did not get to experience the falls at sunset, but on my return I got to catch a great sunset view of Pereira from the bridge, Pillares del Viaducto Cesar Gaviria Trujillo.
I was a little shy about getting a massage. The next time I will, but will probably pass on the mud facial. LOL
In regards to the facilities, I did not notice if it was wheelchair accessible. The entrance leads to a long pathway of steps up to the falls. There are multiple levels of the common areas for bathing, so the wheelchair bound will need at least one attendant for safe mobility.
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