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Lares Hot Springs: Tours & Tickets

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21 Dec 2018
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1 week ago
“Don't sleep there!”
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Camino Por Los Aguas Termales, Lares, Peru
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Terrible night in this very loudy place! Local People will play and shout VERY loudy all night long without any concern for other customers. Even wearing ear plugs, i could get asleep only from 3.30am to...5am, when other locals came to shout even louder than the other ones...
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Much better options in the Cusco area for hot springs. Low grade pools. The men's changing room did not have a bathroom and smelled like urine as a result (guess where guys relieved themselves?) We visited Cocolmayo hot springs as a part of the Salkantay Trek and considered it
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Coming from New Zealand we are used to hot pools with slides and all the extras. There are two sections we camped at the older pools which needed to be filled when we got there and were not boiling. Paying 10 sol to use the pool. Next day used the other pools. Saturday they were
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Lares is a small village in a beautiful landscape. From Cuzco it will take you a couple of hours. First you take the bust to calca and a second bus will take you to lares. From here it's a short walk to the thermal baths. I stayed in the hotel of the baths, what isn't very nice
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My family visited Lares during a holiday break in Peru and I was extremely disappointed. The pools were extremely overcrowded with locals as well as several large trekking groups (as that is where they camp after doing the Lares Trek) and the water was filthy! I am aware the
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