We took a day pass to this all-inclusive resort (insert name) that has several natural hot springs that you can enjoy!
Similar to bar-hopping, here we did hot springs-hopping! Plus there were bars near to some of them. So we could take our chilled cocktails in the balmy weather and sip them in the hot springs.
There were also several regular water pools available at different levels of the resort. When we got tired of the hot springs, we took a dip in the pool from across the Volcanic mountain of Arenal.
It is hard to not bring out the child in you with the man made water slides in these hot springs. This was a perfect kid-friendly activity.
There were one or two very special hot springs that were in a nook with a little privacy surrounded by just thick greenery on all sides.
Peru Hot Springs
After several days of hiking up and down the steep hills, valleys, and river in Peru, when your only way to freshen up is to get a cold shower in the farmer's home where you are staying, and your next stop is going to be Machu Pichchu, a hot water spring couldn't be better timed or located! We jumped in without a moment's thought and had to be pulled out by our guide.
There were two different hot springs with high and low temperatures. There was also fresh water from the taps to clean up after the hot springs. There were changing rooms on the side.
Pagosa Hot Springs In Denver
Talk about a luxurious resort like hot spring in the midst of nature...
The views with the surrounding mountains made this a beautiful spot for the hot spring!
There were some swim lanes with regular water adjacent to the hot springs for those who want to go back and forth!