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Cold/hot waterfalls, pristine blue waters, and amazing views. I love this hidden gem in the Jungly mountains of peru. Definitely worth the windy road from Machu Picchu/Aguas Calientes or the Sacred Valley
There are 3 pools w/ the top pool the warmest. Pool has natural floor of river stones. We showered in the bottom pool, wearing our swim suit. changing rooms were available but some wait was necessary. it cost 10 sols and towels were available for...More
This was part of the tour we did for our salkantay trek. It was a great way to relax some sore muscles. Compared to other hot springs I've been too these weren't as hot. You can also buy snacks and drinks there. What I didn't...More
Great experience. Not much else to do in this small town, so this was a great place to visit. Lots of interesting people there. Water is nice and hot, but not too hot! They have three different pools. The top one is the best, the...More
We arrived walking and had a relaxed stay here for about an hour. You need to shower first, which is the overflow water of the 3rd bath. Very nice though. You can rent towels for 5 sol per piece. Many guards check the safety of...More
These baths are so much cleaner than those in aguas calientes. Best time to go for a more relaxing quiet soak is before 4pm from there on groups of walkers start arriving filling it up. The longer into the evening you go the fuller it...More
There is a fee (?10 soles pp) to get in and you can rent a towel for 5 soles. There are changing rooms and cold showers, tourist shop and the options for buying snack/drinks. Nice patio seating and lounge chairs. There are a series of...More
Worth the seemingly treacherous drive to get to this out-of-the way treasure. The surrounding scenery was breathtaking, springs were immaculately clean, well maintained, not at all crowded, and we met the most delightful and interesting people from all over the world while visiting. Stayed for...More
Hi, You can get Cocalmayo by Santa Teresa. Its only 5 minutes from this city. From Ollantaytambo, you need to get a bus or a taxi, there is so many solution to join Santa Teresa via Santa Maria, by the road.