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Take A Dip In A Natural Spring

Natural Spring


One of Mother Nature’s most amazing gifts.

Natural hot springs - pools of mineral-rich water that rise up from the earth’s crust) are found throughout our planet, and, from the grand bathhouses of Budapest to the Onsens of Japan, for centuries have been lauded for their ability to relax, heal and rejuvenate!

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The Blue Lagoon Iceland

Perhaps the most famous hot spring on the planet and undoubtedly one of the most unique, the striking ‘Blue Lagoon’ is a natural geothermal spa situated amongst the spectacular rugged landscapes of southwestern Iceland. Renowned for its warm mineral-rich waters, which possess a wealth of healing qualities, as well as for its picturesque setting, the Blue Lagoon offers the perfect combination of beauty and tranquility and is a truly unmissable experience when visiting Iceland.

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Budapest, Hungary
Encompassing a total of 18 indoor and outdoor pools (along with a host of sauna/steam cabins and treatment rooms) Budapest’s iconic Széchenyi Spa is the largest thermal bath in all of Europe.
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Bath, UK
One of the UK’s most picturesque and historically-rich cities, Bath was founded in the 1st century AD by the Romans who chose the site due to its abundance of natural hot springs, and though today.
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Hanmer Springs, New Zealand
Situated amongst the rugged landscapes of New Zealand’s South Island, the town of Hanmer Springs is a popular destination for outdoor and adventure enthusiasts.
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Arenal Hot Springs, Costa Rica
Costa Rica’s volcanic topography means it is home to a myriad of natural hot springs, the best of which are located near the active Arenal Volcano in the eponymous national park.
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Faq?

Natural hot spring water is high in a variety of minerals that provide numerous benefits, such as: boosting blood circulation; reducing stress and improving sleep; relaxing muscles; pain relief, and healing of skin conditions.

It depends, although many charge an entrance fee, in some locations (such as Kusatsu, Japan) some hot springs can be used free of charge.

Although you may stay in a hot spring for several hours, to prevent your body from overheating, it is recommended that you take a break around every ten minutes.

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