Most Wonderful Natural Hot Springs in the World

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Most wonderful natural hot springs in the world
Most wonderful natural hot springs in the world

There is nothing more wonderful than soaking in the natural warm water of the underground streams to relax after a day of discovery. If having an occasion to travel around the world, you should not miss the opportunity to visit the most wonderful natural hot springs in the world including The Spring, Baden-Baden, Fontana, Dunton, Therme Vals, Banjaran and Puyuhuapi.

The Spring, Palm Springs, California, USA

Soaking in a hot tub in a desert seems not to be attractive. However, in reality, the hot spring in The Spring are rich in minerals, such as sodium chloride, whose function is to help to relieve articulation pain and sulfur, which can reduce swelling. The snow on the top of the mountain melts, soak into the ground. When it overflows, the temperature reaches up to 77 degrees. After that, the spring water of three swimming pools is cooled down with three different heat levels. You can have fun in the water while watching palm trees and snowy peaks.

Palm Springs
Palm Springs

Baden-Baden, Germany

The small town on the edge of the Black Forest attracts a great number of visitors for centuries because of hot springs. With a depth of nearly 2,000 meters, the water of 12 streams here can help the body relax and get much more energy. Minerals will reduce the risk of having cardiovascular and respiratory diseases while the temperature increases blood circulation, relieve muscle and joint pains. The Caracalla Spa features 12,000-17,000 year hot springs, ancient Roman baths and a salt water bathroom. The Friedrichsbad bathhouse consists of Roman-style therapy of 17 steps, a range of hot baths, saunas and massage parlors.

Baden-Baden, Germany
Baden-Baden, Germany

Fontana, Iceland

Bathing in hot springs has been a traditional form of Icelandic people since the Viking era. You are advised to miss the crowded Blue Lagoon and go to the places that have not been well known like Laugarvatn Fontana. From here, you can look towards Laugarvatn Lake and even the Arctic lights. Laugarvatn village was established after the hot springs were discovered. The mineral water is used for cooking, bathing and heating house. In addition to outdoor swimming pools, there is also a sauna which has been used by the local people since 1929. These saunas are set up in the natural hot spring. The steam rising from the floor bring visitors the great relaxation after a day of exploring Iceland.

Fontana, Iceland
Fontana, Iceland

Dunton, Dolores, Colorado, USA

From a ghost town, Dunton was changed into a luxury resort. Dunton Hot Springs has cozy wooden cabins and hot swimming pools overlooking the Rocky Mountains. The mineral water here contains a lot of minerals. As usual, the swimming pools here are kept open all the year round.

Dunton Hot Springs
Dunton Hot Springs

Green Leaf, Niseko Village, Japan

In the land of cherry blossoms, an onsen or a hot spring bath is a long-standing tradition. The onsen is thought to be capable of healing diseases. After a day of skiing in the village of Niseko, there is nothing better than bathing in a natural stone pool with hot water of up to 40 degrees. You are not allowed to wear a swimsuit to jump into the water. Here there are separate swimming pools for male and female. With a background of boulders and snow-covered pines, this place will soothe your body and soul.

Green Leaf, Niseko Village, Japan
Green Leaf, Niseko Village, Japan

Therme Vals, Switzerland

Located in the village of Vals in the Alps, Therme Vals includes an irreducible hotel and a bath designed by the architect Peter Zumthor. This place runs as a bathhouse in 1893; and in 1996, it was renovated into a resort. The Therme Vals is built of stone collected from the surrounding areas and designed in harmony with the mountainous landscape.

Therme Vals, Switzerland
Therme Vals, Switzerland

Banjaran, Malaysia

Nestled in a valley surrounded by the jungle and limestone, the Banjaran hot spring resort is an ideal destination for those who desire to be separated from the outside world. The area has many hot springs and natural limestone caves. You can dip your body in the private outdoor pool or relax in the cave. The water is about 40 degrees Celsius and contains many minerals that support the pain relief.

Banjaran, Malaysia
Banjaran, Malaysia

Puyuhuapi, Chile

Located on the edge of Dorita Bay, the Puyuhuapi takes the mineral-rich water from three places including sea, waterfalls and streams. Here there are 3 outdoor hot swimming pools, 2 smaller indoor pools including a saltwater pool and a spring water pool. The hot water consists of minerals used for the massage therapy. Bathing here can relieve physical and mental fatigue. A plus point is that this place is the isolated area that is covered with green mountains and commanding views.

Puyuhuapi, Chile
Puyuhuapi, Chile

Natural hot springs provide a lot of benefits for our health. In particular, they are extremely effective in treating diseases, bringing a better sleep and eliminating toxins.