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Banos Termales de Cocalmayo

| beside the Urubamba River, Santa Teresa, Peru
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Biking and Walking Tour to Machu Picchu from Ollantaytambo
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| beside the Urubamba River, Santa Teresa, Peru
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We spent a very relaxing Sunday here. There are 3 pools all of different temperature, none of them too hot or too cold. It's all very nice and clean and there are changing rooms and toilets. There are also some stalls selling drinks and snacks...More

Thank Ulla V
Reviewed 1 week ago

I LOVED these hot springs. There's about 3 large hot pools that are man made, but have a really natural atmosphere. Rock bottomed pools, stone deck, and straw cross thatched roofs for the change-rooms... all while surrounded by jungle. It was definitely the neatest public...More

1  Thank Amira E
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It was a 10 sol RT ride from Santa Teresa and 10 sol to enter. 5 sol for a towel. Lovely setting, water was clean. Four different temp pools. Only downside was the bugs!! Bring spray, they will eat you once you get out of...More

Thank Globe-trotter-too
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The hot springs is a nice view and welcome after a long hike, but the water is filled with bugs. Be cautious as the there a nats that will bite you apart. The locals have a self-run market on the pool side with drinks and...More

Thank trash23
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Reviewed 6 May 2017 via mobile

Nice views! Restrooms were clean! The water was clean! The service was great! Beautiful views! Loved it

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Reviewed 26 April 2017

Our family of four enjoyed a few hours here along with many tour groups soaking our weary bodies in the warm clean clear waters.

Thank Mira K
Reviewed 2 April 2017 via mobile

By far the cleanest thermal baths we have been to! Lovely warm clear water. Went here on our jungle trek and it seems so did everyone else passing on a trek on some sort. However with 4 large pools it didn't feel overcrowded. Really enjoyed...More

Thank MegSchki
Reviewed 27 March 2017 via mobile

Nestled in the heart of the mountain, the hot springs of Cocalmayo offer 4 pools directly connected to the mountain. The entrance is 20 soles (7$) which is very affordable one day after Machu Picchu

Thank Fanny S
Reviewed 18 February 2017 via mobile

This was a great place to relax and spend time. It has snacks and drinks available to buy. I recommend going during the early evening as the waters are nice and hot and the crowds are smaller.

Thank Emma V
Reviewed 14 February 2017 via mobile

This is what we needed after a whole day hike (part of inka jungle trek). It was quite busy as it was weekend but it was definitely worth 10 soles entrence fee. Clean water, three pools, showers with hot and cold water. Just amazing

Thank enderjjk
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Hi can anyone tell me how to get there from cusco town using local transport. I have been told to go to the bus station at Belen Pampa and get a bus to Yaurisque. I worry that I won't find the right bus at Belen Pampa and I don't speak Spanish. Does anyone have any experience of using this route or a suitable alternative to get there I would be most grateful. Many thanks in advance. J
27 September 2016|
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Response from Leonor E | Reviewed this property |
You´ll want to go to the paradero to Quillabamba in Santiago (that is the neighborhood in Cusco), in front of the Almudena Cemetery. Don´t be afraid to travel without the language, but be cautious, especially in larger... More