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If you are in Xela for any period of time, this is almost an essential stop. Popular to locals and tourists alike, these springs are about an hours shuttle drive away from the chilly city of Xela. I've been to the springs twice. The first...More
The to up to this spring is a little terrifying but beautiful. You can book a tour or take the bus to Zunil and hire a taxi there. The springs are a great temperature, not too hot. Towels and lockers available on site. I wish...More
These naturally heated pools are tucked away off the main road a short drive from Quetzaltenango. You need a vehicle to get there or either take a bus to Zunil and hitch a ride up the road. It costs Q60 per person to get in...More
A resort for day trippers or overnighters. Before tropical storm Agatha, it was nice but a bit seedy. Thanks to local and international funds, it has been renovated and is truly a jewel. The on premises restaurant has reasonably priced, tasty food and a good...More
We went there with a couple of families on a weekday and only used one of the four pools (the first one close to the entrance). The facilities are simple and you are better off with changing into your swimwear in your car or at...More
Water was warm and there were so many people, children and babies.....Place is beautiful but people are not so clean. There were trashcans everywhere. But people were throwing trash even in water. Good place for family, children were enjoying themselves splashing the water, screaming, and...More
I visited here on my own after a few days of hiking in the mountains around xela. Unfortunately when I went only the single main pool was open. I took a walk towards the natural pools down below but they were closed due to construction...More