How far is it to the hot springs from Samari Spa Resort?

Baños de Agua Santa has several options for you to enjoy these hot springs, we know that Baños is a very privileged place as it contains these spas where tourists come to rest and enjoy the relaxation it offers in addition to the benefits of the city.

The characteristics offered by these thermal waters lie in their chemical, physical and biological components that are linked to the minerals that the water possesses and which, when in direct contact with our skin, improve blood circulation and oxygenation.

The minerals of which the water is composed are the following: Sodium chloride, silicon oxide, free carbon dioxide, potassium in chloride and sulphates, magnesium sulphate, magnesium bicarbonate, calcium bicarbonate and iron bicarbonate. 

Here we leave you information about each one and our small review of which of these we consider the best from our experience.

  • El Salado Hot Springs: 

The pools of Salado are made up of sulphurous thermal waters; that is to say, they have pools of very hot water and a polar pool. The maximum temperature is from 52º C to 52ºC.

They contain minerals that help with muscle aches and pains, they help as a natural painkiller and provide many benefits according to locals and visitors.

They are located 3 km from the city centre, along El Salado Avenue, 1 km from Amazonas Avenue.

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday : 05h00 to 16h00

Monday to Sunday : 18h00 à 20h00

Price per personAdult : $3,00

        Child : $1,50

  • Santa Ana Hot Springs

It has a set of sulphate water pools, the different underground layers that are used by the passage of water and spring to the surface reaching a maximum temperature of 52ºC up to 54ºC.

The thermal baths contain therapeutic properties that help to improve blood circulation, stress, rheumatism and arthritis.

They are located at Av. Amazonas Km. 0 Vía al Puyo.

Opening hours: Friday to Sunday 09h00 to 16h00

Cost per person: Adult: $2.00

        Child: $1.00

As they say in some places, the latest is the best and for us we wanted to leave this option as it is one of our favourites and most preferred.

These are located in front of our facilities and you won't have to walk far to enjoy this place.


  • Thermal baths of the Virgin

The area is famous for being next to the Cascada de la Virgen waterfall, with two thermal water pools and the cold water pool at the top.

These are the most famous and most popular with visitors, and you're sure to find a lot of people if you go at night.

Like the others, they are sulphate waters and their maximum temperature ranges from 52º to 54ºC. 

They also possess the same properties as mentioned above and help with blood regulation, rheumatism and arthritis.

They are located on Luis A. Martínez and Manuel Sánchez streets.

Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 5h00 to 16h00 and from 18h00 to 21h30.

Price per person: Adults : $4,00

        Children: $2.00

Don't forget to bring a swimming costume, a towel and swimming caps are compulsory, but you can also buy them in the shops around the pools.

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