We stayed here for one night and it’s such a nice place! It’s a bit alternative, so it has to be your type of a place. We paid 50 dollars for a. RV and 2 adults. We could use one private hot tub for two hours for free; the non private ones unlimited. To use the private ones it’s 15 dollars per person per hour. You can also build a campfire at your place, or just join the campfire with some other guests with the guy who runs the place. He also makes hamburgers if you want one.
We were there for one night but stayed an extra night because we enjoyed it so much! There are plenty of spaces, a big laundry room, a shop that’s open till 22pm. I think it’s one of the few places where you could still arrive late. There are 4 hot springs with different temperature. Then one big pool and one warm pool. There’s also a small pond, an artificial waterfall, a bit of grass / garden to relax. And lots of palm trees. Compared to other rv parks with less greenery this is worth the money. We had to pay 60 dollars per night for an rv with 2 adults.
On the other side of the road (west, at the sea) you can park your car and there are many hiking trails. Make sure you bring enough water, it’s quite a climb.
It’s very nice to walk around and the hot springs are so nice! The parking lot is easy to find (just go to the waypoint). You pay 2 dollars to park, make sure you bring cash and a pen, because you throw it in an envelope in a bin.
On the information board you’ll see where the hot springs are. It’s about 15 mins climbing. Just follow the signs. At one point there is no sign, here you go right (up). There are two hot springs. One of them is clear, shallow and warmest of the two. It’s a bit muddy. The hot springs are not very hot, just nice and warm. They smell a bit.
We were there winter 18/19. The walk is short but nice. But when we were there the falls were dry and I guess there had been a storm because there were branches everywhere. Because of this it wasn’t that beautiful. Definitely not like the photo
Very nice place to stay for a bit. We were there in winter and it was still very nice. We wanted to make a hike but we couldn’t really find any trails, except a very long one which starting point was not accessible by car. We saw some deer and there is also a bear in the area.
I couldn’t really find out what was so special about this place. There were many campers but to me the place didn’t really stand out compared to all the other things you could see on the road. There were however quite some quads, I think you can rent one and just cross through the hills.
Very nice place to make a stop on your way and go on a short hike, climb some rocks
Very nice for a short visit, short walk. It was easy to find and well waymarked. The walk from the parking lot is a bit find-your-own-way but not very difficult.
Nice viewpoint. Quite touristic though (and this was in winter) and there wasn’t necessarily something we didn’t already see from the road