Baños Colina

A few weeks ago, my friend Martha convinced a bunch of us to drive three hours to sit in the mud. It turned out to be a great day, and these hot springs were in one of the loveliest places I’ve seen — Cajón del Maipo, south of Santiago, which gets more remote and more beautiful the farther you drive (cajón means canyon, fyi). Off the beaten path would be an understatement.

People spread the mud from the hot springs all over their bodies and swear by its healing properties. I don’t know about that, but the skin on my heels is slightly less frightening than usual, so I guess it helped.

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2 thoughts on “Baños Colina

  1. Tiffanie Hibbert Wride

    So fun!! Fun pictures, reminded me a little of when we went to Los Pozones near Pucon. Hey, Corey is going down to Chile again on March 27th, if you want me to make a Costco run for you, just let me know! Love you guys!

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  2. Anonymous

    Thank you for sharing this!!! I was driving myself mad trying to find something about children and thermal spas in chile! Thank you!!!!!!!!

    Reply

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