I visited this location when traveling with my Rutgers students (a group of about 14 of us total, all women except our guides). The organization which arranged our trip is called Rustic Pathways and they facilitate service learning educational travel for high schools and college programs. I have been a volunteer flight leader with them since that trip to Peru, which has allowed me to travel to incredible spaces such as Fiji, Australia, Costa Rica and back to Peru. We went to this hot springs location in the evening and it was fairly crowded, the water was nice but would have also like to see the scenery in the day time. There were changing rooms, it was a natural-ish setting, one or two big communal pools with some cooler pools. It was livelier and louder than some of the other hot springs that I’ve been to.
—Spa Thought Partner Stacy