Termas del Jordan, Valle Grande

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  • How to get there? First of all it can only be done from April to November. From Libertador General San Martín I took a bus at the Bus terminal. You have to be punctual at 8:00 as it is the only one and you come up on a first-come, first-served basis. It's an urban collective and it's very crowded. Even with merchandise from locals. It's $100 that you pay on top of it. It's not reserved. For the first leg it was about 3 hs to the town of San Fernando, within the Park was born Calilega. For the return leaves at 17:00 from the same village, something just to do the walk. It can also be reached by own vehicle and remis, but I do not have price data. How to do the tour? When you arrive with the bus to San Francisco, there you register in reports and ask for the guide. Undoubtedly I refer to Lalo, a very experienced gentleman and resident of the area since he was a kid. The cost is $350 per person, a little more than the rest, but he carries a mare for any urgency and where also for a while he offers to take the backpack. *Photo with your data. What to bring for the walk? Good footwear, hat, sunscreen, insect repellent and if you want sunglasses. In the backpack: water 1-2 lts, comodia, fruits. Not much more, at the entrance of the road you can grab a stick to use as a cane. It is highly recommended. What's the walk like? Medium difficulty. 2hs for the first leg. 3.30 hs for the return. There's a slope of about 700mts. Which look most pronounced in the vicinity of the thermal baths. I did it fast for fear of losing the bus, late 1.30hs round and 2.30hs return. Arrive with half an hour to wait for the bus. What are the hot springs like? Spectacular. It's definitely worth it. They're of a pleasant temperature. You have to be careful on the edges as it is very slippery. Extra fact: about half an hour from the entrance lives a lady who sells food and drink made by herself. A few lemon, orange and peel juices for about $50 and empanadas 4 x $100 and tamales 3 x $100. Very rich. Enjoy!
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  • My name is Carolina. Those who want to visit termas contact me at this number (+54 9 3886 573224). You'll have all the information you need.
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