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No facilities. Sandy car park of the Thermal baths. Cold and quiet overnight. Spectacular views of surrounding mountains. Free. (Thermal Baths are S30 each and consist of natural pool in the altiplano).
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This is the parking for the thermal springs. The first hut + pool isn't free anymore btw. It's quite nice though, but the water could be warmer. A very nice older lady came to charge 30BOL/person. The weather was really bad and we decided to sleep in the hut. It was ok for her, although she's offering a place to sleep very close to it, where the big pool is. Best pool is the one furthest away. It has a higher temperature and you are probably completely on your own.Report Check-In
we stayed 2 days at the bath. adrian (the keeper in charge) asked 25 bol p. p. as we had our own towells. we recommend the big pool near the houses and the one furthest away. there is a small pool with changing hut before you enter the real site for free (in case you are here and the site is not open ). opening hours 8-17.30 (aproximately). nights quite, toilet open. entel e reception. stunning views!Report Check-In
Great national parc overall! Parkinglot is sandy but beautiful suroundings. Quiet night, would recommend.Report Check-In
They renovated the thermal baths recently and everything is new here. You cannot reach it by car any more. You have to park south from here and walk 5 mins through the open field and Lama's. Camped on the parking for one night. Payed 30 bols and could bath for two days.Report Check-In
Just a car park. No facilities. But very quiet. Nice scenery and nice hot pools (30B/Person).Report Check-In
Stunning views of Sajama from the thermals! Paid 30 bolivianos for the use of 3 pools (and towel). The furtherest one away from carpark is definitely the nicest (and hottest). Looks like they are building accommodation and expanding the pools by the buildings. Carpark is OK, bathrooms were locked when we were there. River crossing is tricky, we were OK due to high clearance and it was dry season (plus stuck to the far left side of stream).Report Check-In
There is a mandatory stream crossing, today it was around 18 inches deep. We didn't attempt with our 18 ft 2WD 3 ton van. Scenery is spectacular. 5 out of 5 wild camps abound. We didn't make it to the thermals but really enjoyed the serenity and wildlife, llamas, flamingos, sheep, birds galore. Enjoy.Report Check-In
We camped in the parking lot with a stunning view of Volcan Sajama and a visit from a huge herd of alpacas in the morning. We used the third set of termales furthest from the lot. They have change rooms. The termales cost 30 bolivianos pp and includes a fresh towel. Bathrooms cost a few bolivianos.Report Check-In
Beautiful place to camp. Windy during the day, but it died down both nights we stayed here. Very cold at night. The family that runs the baths is very nice. The best bath is the one furthest away from the parking lot.Report Check-In
No facilities. Sandy car park of the Thermal baths. Cold and quiet overnight. Spectacular views of surrounding mountains. Free. (Thermal Baths are S30 each and consist of natural pool in the altiplano).Report Check-In
4300m. Camping free with NP entry fee: Use of thermal baths: B/30 per person, B/2 for use of bathroom. No services in park but you can drive and camp anywhere surrounded by absolute serenity. Only downside is the temp: it will freeze most nights
B/30 per person.Report Check-In