Visiting them requires being a bit brave (you walk in to a locked gate, go to the left and climb under and underpass to get to the hot springs) and keeping an eye on your stuff but these natural hot springs were SO COOL. You can smell the sulphur, the water is the perfect temp to sit in all day. Bring some food and beers and even your camera (if you can keep it dry). Definitely wear water shoes - it's a natural riverbed and isn't super pleasant to walk barefoot on - and try climbing a bit back from the people (it won't take long -- we went about four pools back and then it became functionally tourist free) to relax.
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