First of all, there are many hot springs here! Not just one, or two, or three, but I found at least 4 pools. It just takes some exploring or a guide - so yeah I do think it's worth the money to pay for a guide who knows the hot springs well.
Secondly, this is not a "resort" or anything like that. These are natural hot springs - THANK GOD they have not been developed. So if you enjoy natural treasures, tucked away from development and paved roads, then you will enjoy these.
There is an area that you can change in.
The other reviewers are correct in that it is not fun during the midday because of the heat, BUT, the river is lovely and cold, so you can still go swimming. I had a blast exploring the river, then the hot springs. There are also some "tepid" springs along the river that have mixed with cold river water for a not-so-hot spring experience. I enjoyed those pools as well.
If you want a good little hike to prepare you for a cold river plunge, you can park before you cross the bridge. It is a nice walk.
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