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Ok for an afternoon

The banks termales are ok for an afternoon. Do not expect too much...a lot of tourists hang around... read more

Reviewed 3 March 2018
Superlance
,
Zurich
via mobile
Soothing after a r day hike but not so clean

After a 4 day hike, we were very excited to go to the baths. The first challenge that our aching... read more

Reviewed 6 November 2017
Kate P
,
Newcastle, England, United Kingdom
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3 Mar 2018
“Ok for an afternoon”
6 Nov 2017
“Soothing after a r day hike but not so clean”
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This place is a bit of a local bathing pool. There are many people who bring shampoo and bathe right there in the springs, which is kind of gross. Perhaps we happened to go at a bad time - I'm not really sure. The water...More

1  Thank WPLandry
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

After hiking all day at Machu Picchu I was looking forward to a relaxing soak in a hot spring. HA! I should have sat in the bathtub in my hotel room instead. This was the most disgusting place in Peru! The water is Luke warm...More

1  Thank Wendy K
Reviewed 21 March 2018 via mobile

After a walk to Machu Picchu, i recommend visiting yo relax with a beautiful landscape. I recommend bringing Naty clothes and towel.

1  Thank EnderRisco
Reviewed 3 March 2018 via mobile

The banks termales are ok for an afternoon. Do not expect too much...a lot of tourists hang around in the warmest tubs. The water color is quite strange, but apparently his is due to the minerals.

Thank Superlance
Reviewed 6 November 2017

After a 4 day hike, we were very excited to go to the baths. The first challenge that our aching muscles faced was a hike up another hill to get there. Not too bad if you're well rested but a bit painful for us! There...More

2  Thank Kate P
Reviewed 2 November 2017 via mobile

Gorgeous jungley riverside setting. Definitely worth a visit. The pools were not super hot, so don't expect them to be or you'll be disappointed. But you can order beers or cocktails in the pools, probably because it isn't so hot. We went around sunset and...More

Thank sandiaroses
Reviewed 21 April 2017 via mobile

We loved them. We went early in the morning so there were just a few locals there. It costed more than we expected (20 soles) but it wasn't too much. The water's not clear but that's to be expected because of the minerals in the...More

1  Thank Keenan F
Reviewed 18 February 2017 via mobile

This is not a spa... But for anyone that has visited hot springs around the world... The facility is nicely managed and clean. It is busy in the evenings with wonderful mix of local and international visitors so be prepared to be social - overall...More

1  Thank Zach H
Reviewed 18 February 2017 via mobile

If you like hot baths and are used to natural hand made pools you will love it. I was one of a very few foreigners so the experience was authentic and the atmosphere was great, music playing and drinks served in the pool but also...More

1  Thank Rutste
Reviewed 16 January 2017

soak away your achesand sorenss, it feels so nice after climbing down machu pichu, plus there is honestly nothing else to do in aquas calientes really!

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