If you need some time to relax make sure you visit Los Pozones. These thermal hot springs are a perfect afternoon/evening out. The baths all have a different temperatures so make sure you try a couple of them. When you need to cool down you can take a dip in the river.
Usually these hotsprings are not so crowded as other ones and we found the place very relaxing and natural.
There are toilets, changing rooms and showers. There are places to put your stuff in a box but there are no lockers so make sure you take the bare minimum with you.
There is no restaurant so bring food and especially water with you.
How to get to Los Pozones
It can be reached with a local minibus that starts across the street from the JAC bus terminal on calle Uruguay. Buses leave on time and take about 50 minutes to get to Los Pozones hot springs which is the last stop of the bus. Make sure to ask the bus driver for the last ride back or you can take a taxi back. The last bus was at 19.30 pm when we were there.
A busticket is 1.800 peso per person and you pay on the bus.
How much does Los Pozones cost
The entrance fee is 8.000 peso from 11.00 am to 20.00 pm. From 20.00 pm to 00.00 pm the entrance fee is 10.000 peso. For children to 6 years the entrance fee is 2.000 peso.