My friends and I had a great time here drinking beers in the "hottest" pool option. We didn't find the water very hot but it was comfortably warm. The drinks were reasonably priced but I do feel that 20 Sol for tourists is too much...More
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In my previous post, I had written about traveling from Aguas Calientes to Machu Picchu. This post is about the ideal options to reach Aguas Calientes from Cuzco; like a Pro. Option 1 : Travel by road from Cusco to Ollantaytambo Train Station which is...More
We came (six of us) from the pueblo in order to have some rest and relaxation after hiking/walking all over. The price is reasonable (the hot springs are managed/owned by the village). The temperature of the pools was not bad. I also bathed in the...More
I loved the energy of Aguascalientes which is at the town/village at the base of Macchu Picchu. Markets are super cool, places at every turn to eat shop, stay or just sit grab wifi and take in the life of the people. I wish I...More
Relaxing unwind after a day of hiking about the incredible wonder of Machu Picchu. Do yourself a favor and spend the night in Aquas for time in the hot springs and or a massage with one of the local people.
A welcome reward after your Inca Trail trek. The facilities are looking and feeling a bit tired, but the entry cost is not high - pretty much appropriate to what is on offer.
If you have time after Machu Picchu, I suggest checking out the hot springs. After walking all the way down Machu Picchu, I really appreciated this facility! They are warm, relaxing, and simple. My only advice is that I think they need more changing room/bathroom...More