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Baños Termales

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Anchorage

It's the famous hot spring pools of Aguas Calientes. For hot spring lovers, it might not suit your expectation. But it feels good to sit in the hot water. Water is warm and cool, rather than hot. Sometimes the middle pool (the hottest) becomes a party pool, depending on the time of the day.

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These hot springs can nice to relax in after the hike to Machu Picchu but do not appear to be all that natural. I would recommend the hot springs at santa teresa called cocalmayo. The atmosphere and water there is much better.

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Los Angeles

This is the famous hot springs in Aguas Calientes. Many tourists come here to soak in the pools after hiking around Machu Picchu.

When we arrived late afternoon, the pools were very crowded. The water temperature was lukewarm at best. There was also a pool full of rowdy kids screaming and splashing around causing a ruckus. The hot springs were not as relaxing as you may think. We luckily found a spot in one of the pools to stand/sit on the edge, but honestly you give up all personal space here.

There were also strict rules on what you could and could not bring in the pool area, which was understandable. Since it was our first time, we were confused, lost and often frustrated by the rules. Lockers were available to rent and there were separate men and women areas with bathrooms, showers and changing stalls.

On a good note, we liked how there was staff walking around selling drinks to people in the pools. We just waved at them and they came over to take our drink order. It was convenient and we didn't have to exit the pool area just to get a drink.

Note: Many shops along the way to the hot springs try to sell you towels and try to trick you into buying towels. While towels are not free at the hot springs, they can be rented there for a nominal price.

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Brisbane
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Natural thermal baths that gave the town Agua Calientes its name. Not a bad place to relax and soak sore muscles after a long day(s) of hiking.

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Kiryat Gat

Great place 2 be , I was there long time ago it was wonderful .

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