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Balneario de Aguas Termales Orosi

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Amazing Valley with Termal Springs

The area of Orosi is by itself well worth visiting for its beauty. The mountains and valleys and... read more

Reviewed 15 September 2016
kenth n
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Sundsvall, Sweden
Good Value and Enjoyable

If you go to Los Balnearios expecting fancy Arenal style hot springs you will be disappointed; but... read more

Reviewed 15 January 2016
CanaTico
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Canada
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27 Jul 2018
“It’s a pool, not hot springs”
18 Jul 2018
“Cheap and cold.”
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300m. sur y 150m. Oeste de la Iglesia Colonial, Orosi, Costa Rica
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Reviewed 28 July 2018 via mobile

Don’t come here expecting hot springs. It’s not. It’s a regular public swimming pool which happens to be heated by a volcano. The water is lukewarm. Great for a swim, not for a soak. It was busy with a school group when we visited but...More

Thank kataboon
Reviewed 19 July 2018 via mobile

Entrance fee is cheap, 3000 colones per person, but you get excactly what you pay for. When they say thermal water you really expect it to have nice warm water, but then you are mistaking. They advertise with 35°C, but that is not true. Not...More

Thank Dan Jøran H
Reviewed 25 September 2017

The water is not hot or warm. If you find the spot where the water is coming into the pool there you will find warm water otherwise it's cool. The pools themselves were very clean and the mountain view and the grounds were very nice....More

Thank Ana D
Reviewed 15 September 2016

The area of Orosi is by itself well worth visiting for its beauty. The mountains and valleys and roads going up and down makes for a nice trip with beautiful scenery. The balneario de Aguas Temales, located in orosi is oj. Nothing is wrong or...More

Thank kenth n
Reviewed 15 January 2016

If you go to Los Balnearios expecting fancy Arenal style hot springs you will be disappointed; but if you go there expecting a nice swim in warmish water loaded with minerals for only 5 bucks you will have a blast. The facilities are clean and...More

1  Thank CanaTico
Reviewed 27 January 2015

This attraction has no "thermal" to it at all. There were two pools, both cool, and you had to pay extra to have someone watch your belongings. The admission attendant was rude. The changing rooms were dank, cement cells with no lighting or conveniences. I...More

1  Thank Katrinka007
Reviewed 7 December 2013

Nice public pools, inexpensive. Most guide books are misleading and should do better research instead of copying from each other, calling it 'Thermal Pools' or 'Hot Springs', in fact they are simple, but clean public pools with luke warm water in the 2 smaller ones,...More

1  Thank timeCostaRica
Reviewed 23 November 2013

like the other 2 reviews, went there 4 days ago, its cool to warm swimming pools, 3 total, one almost olympic size, not natural outings or settings, the water is from hot springs but moderately diluted so you cant smell the sulfur or anything and...More

Thank abducens
Reviewed 8 October 2013

I guess it depends what you are looking for. This is basically a public swimming pool with a cheap entrance fee. I went expecting natural hot springs or something of that sort and was surprised to find that the pools were not natural the the...More

1  Thank Parker L
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