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“It is an unpolished undeveloped nature spot”

Reviewed 1 April 2012

But that does not mean don't go! It is an experience getting there and then sitting in the open pools, moving a log or two if necessary, but it is clean and about as natural as you can get. The lady there usually takes $2 when you walk past her house and you then stay as long as you like. Your body will feel better after an hour or so in the waters.

Thank tarzantheman
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Reviewed 22 March 2012

It's ok, but if you have seen other Hot Spring with nice set up, like some in Costa Rica...you may be disappointed...go with not to much of expectation....but is still good to see. There is like 4 hot spring, with clean water...like 4 small pool

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Reviewed 29 February 2012

We thought the hot springs were quaint. Short walk up and relaxing by the river was grand!

Thank ThorYUL
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Reviewed 28 January 2012

I enjoyed my hotspring experience. But I recommend taking a taxi or a tour to get all the way there. It was a long walk in from the road where the bus dropped us off. I visited three pools and swam in the river. The surroundings are hot as well, so expect to be hot all the time unless you are neck deep in the river. Cheeky monkey that was entertaining as well.

Thank Johnny R
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Reviewed 3 January 2012

There was a variety of springs, with different temperatures. The hottest was very hot and we could not stay in long, and the coolest was perfect. There is also a river close by that you can cool off in afterwards, or lay on the rocks in the sun. it is beautiful! We took a tour guide out there but it would be possible to take a taxi there and pay the $3/ person fee to get on the property.

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