Termales De Alicante | Informal Campsite

El Salvador

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Verified:
10 months ago
Altitude:
905.0 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
nonurbia.com

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - Not at Sites
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Cold
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Update 10/2021: They didn't let us stay for the night. For $5 per person, we were given a flat parking lot right next to the thermal pools and restaurant. This is a very well kept and secure establishment with beautiful nature surrounding it. Highly recommended after (or before) a long and annoying border crossing. Watch out though , they get tricky, when we were ready to pay another day they asked for $ 30.00. Had to argue with them about the price, not the first instance South of Mexico.

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Entrance seems to be $5 pP, but they didn't want us to stay for the night. No chance, even if we said that we would just sleep in the car...

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The swimming pools are fantastic.
2 persons and a van + pools access (5$ pp) was 20$, worth it because of the pools
Staff ok as the bathroom.

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Love this place! Nice family runs the place- we had it all to ourselves on a Tuesday evening! Very relaxing and pretty well maintained, definitely recommend stopping for the night!

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We stayed 2 nights in this amazing place.
Really quiet on Saturday and some families on Sunday
So good after the Acatenango hike !!

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Nice hot springs with concrete pools in a lovely setting.
Entrance still $5 pp and camping $5 pp too so $20 for two per night, not possible to bargain... for us the nicer termales than the neighboring termales Santa Teresa but i guess that’s a matter of taste... way less guests here and you can park 10 meters away from the first set of pools.
Has toilets (flush, with TP) and showers but despite being a nice place it’s expensive

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Le top des balnearios .une dizaine de piscines et bassins,eau chaude(volcano),parking plat et tranquille,musique la journée,après 17h30 vous êtes peinard reste juste un gardien.ok pour les camions.pas de wifi mais franchement dans des endroits comme ça...

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5$ par personne pour l’entrée au site et 5$ par personne pour la nuit. Possibilité de se brancher en électricité et en eau, pas de wifi. Endroit bucolique au calme avec énormément d’arbres fruitiers. Fermé et sécurisé 24/24. Très agréable de se baigner dans les différentes piscines d’eau chaude volcanique. Bar restaurant avec prix correct, qualité basique.
Très bon spot pour la journée et la nuit quand vous venez de passer la frontière.

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Payed 20 $ (included Entry) for one night. Clean showers/toilets. Enjoyed the pools just for us alone that evening. Quiet at night, felt save and relaxed ;-)

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Only went for a swim here! As stated, $5 entry. Don’t expect hot though, warm is more accurate. When were there there was no running water (so no showers or toilets with running water). On the sunday we visited, it was full of local families, but not crowded. They enjoy conversations:) Liked it!

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As described still 20,- US $ for two persons. Staff was very nice and welcoming. It’s a beautiful and peaceful place in the middle of nature, quiet at night. Official business hours 8 am - 8 pm, restaurants until 5 pm. But if you camp you can use everything the whole night. We filled up our water tank before we left, they have a hose right at the parking lot.

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Best hot springs since Liard River in BC Canada. Water in the pools ranges from hot to tepid. Facilities are cleanish. There is leaf litter in some pools and some garbage lying around. 20$ a night.

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$20 for two in a van. A big family there until at least 9:30 pm on Sunday night but quiet to sleep. Pools awesome! $4 for nice breakfast in the morning -eggs, beans, toast, cream, bad coffee

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Very nicely kept series of hot pools - large, small, deep, shallow, hot, tepid. $20 for 3 of us for the night, no check out time. Everyone leaves when it gets dark and you have it to yourself! Ditto in the morning, but we discovered the pools were much cooler in the morning. 2 security guards there all night.

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It was 20$ for us (2 people in a minivan), and not possible to bargain, don’t know how others got at 4$/p ... :) still cheaper than Teresa’s.

The price include camping, bathrooms and illimited access to 11 hot pools until noon the next day. We were the only ones on a Friday afternoon until 9am Saturday! You can enjoy the pools all night if you want, surrounded by trees, birds and huge butterflies. The staff left at 5 and there were no sound, even the restaurant is closed.

Worth the 20$ according to us, especially after a day of driving and crossing border ! Parking lot not special at all but safe with an armed guard, really quiet night.

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Very nice place! We stay in oyr 24 ft RV, and we had pools, clean bathrooms, electricity and water for 4 US pp. at night we had the all the pools and the restaurant for us. Its also very safe.

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Paid $20 per night. Unlimited use of facilities. Easy drive to town. Fairly peaceful during the week.

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nice spot. paid $20 per night for our van 2 adults and 2 kids. we stayed for 2. no checkout time and staff are super mellow. they gave water (non potable) with a long wire you could reach electrical if needed.

water is very hot in the pools (if you open the valve)

I've been to better hot springs but this place is pretty good!

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Great stop along the way. Beautiful property with lush greenery a hike a waterfall and hot hot springs. $20 for one night, 2 entrance both day we arrived and day we left and camp. Somehow the showers are cold though... kinda pricey, but really relaxed. watch out for the ants at camp though. they bite and it burns. it was great. worth the $20

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it was a nice first night at the termales
we arrived just before dark and one of the 3 armed guards showed us the place and told us our 20$ gave us right to camp on the parking lot and use all facilities until 3pm the next day.
during the evening had the place to ourselves and the next morning there only was one group of 8

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We stood from thursday noon to saturday morning and had the place for our own. No check-out time.

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Paradise. Best hot springs since Canada. The start into El Salvador couldn't be better.

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For the entering we payed 20$. Personal was not very motivated, but the termals were great.

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Beautiful place and you can plug your RV. we had a Beautiful time . the guardian Came with all the family and kids in the night though and they did a Lot of noise Till 12. after that we slep un Beautiful silence and did the hikes the other day. recommendable.

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Nice place with lots of pools. Water from hot spring. We were there alone. Restrooms and showers old but clean. We did not eat at the restaurant. We payed 20$ for two people for entrance and overnight.

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20 dollars for the night for camping and access to the hot springs. We were 4 people in our camper van. Had the place to ourselves after 6 pm. Can't recommend this place enough on a calm Thursday night. Clean and well run.

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Price was $5 per person to visit thermal pools and $5 per person to park overnight, $20 total for 2 people. The pools were great but like another traveler, large groups of teens kept arriving and partying all night...last group left at 6 am, maybe due to it being a Friday. No Tigo or WiFi.

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Nice parking with hot pools. Clean bathroom but no shower beside one outside (hot water). 20$, include the night and access to the pools with guards. Restaurant with no wifi. You need to be out at 9 in the morning. No electricity but they accepted that we fill our water tank.

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As advertised, nice pools, safe camping with electricity, $20 for 2 people. Easy access to Guat. and easy crossing in the morning.

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beautiful cosy place, family atmosphere, lots of different pools with different temperature. $20 per night for 2 including the access to the pools. one small hike to a point of view. you can have electricity if you have a extension cord. perfect to relax one or two days!! we checked the next place bit it was too busy, more $$$ and too much of a resort style...dog friendly

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$20 for two, had to leave by 8am. A bit noisy on a Saturday night as some teenagers came at 10pm for a few hours. Nice and cool weather, the border crossing was a bit hard on the Guatemalan side but the El Salvador side went very smoothly, friendliest crossing yet. Some pools were clean some dirty, the shower only had a trickle of water.

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Safe and secure location with exclusive access to the wonderful hotsprings after the place officially closes for the night. Cost $10 per person, all night access to bathrooms and chairs and tables under lights. Highly recommended.

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Camped in secured dirt parking lot under a cashew tree for $5/pp. Use of pools was an extra $5/pp. Swimming at any hour was ok - best after closing time and first thing in the morning. Didn't have to be out by any specific time. Clean bathrooms, quiet, restaurant looked nice although we cooked our own food.

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Beautiful hot springs, a great place to relax before or after crossing the border! 5 USD/person entrance fee plus 5 USD/person for camping. Comfortable climate on 900 m altitude! You have to leave before 9 a.m.

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$10 per person which is 5 for pools and 5 to camp. Negotiate price up front as seems slightly changeable. Great location to soak and relax with hikes as well. Best part is everyone clears out except for guards gone by 5.30 and you have place to yourself. Pets okay.

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Very nice rest and soak after bordercrossing. Easy to find, camping on level pad, electrical from nearby kitchen, pools steps away. Pet friendly. nice and clean pools. $ 20.00 for pools and camping for two, need to be out by 9 AM or pay another day. Security on site. Absolutely recommended.

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$20 for 2ppl, entry to pools & camping. Worth every penny, they're so pretty,warm and relaxing. You get them all to yourselves in the evening & early morning. Just the 2 guards overnight. Have to be on the road by 9am or you must pay for another day.

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$5 pp to camp and $5pp for pool entry. Nice spit close to the border for a little R&R.

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We arrived mid afternoon so it was 5 for the day and 5 for the night per person. $20 total. Locked and guarded all night. It's very classy with rock paths to all the pools.

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For $5 per person, we were given a flat parking lot right next to the thermal pools and restaurant. This is a very well kept and secure establishment with beautiful nature surrounding it. Highly recommended after (or before) a long and annoying border crossing.

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