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Cacheuta Thermal Spa (Termas Cacheuta)
Cacheuta Thermal Spa (Termas Cacheuta)

Cacheuta Thermal Spa (Termas Cacheuta)

Ruta Provincial 82, Km 38, Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza, M5507

The Basics

Visitors can book a half- or full-day spa package at Cacheuta Thermal Spa (Termas Cacheuta), which includes access to the thermal, hydrotherapy, and mud pools, as well as the wet and dry saunas, located in natural caverns. Most full-day tours include round-trip transportation from Mendoza, as well as an asado (Argentine barbecue) buffet lunch at the spa restaurant. Massages and spa treatments are also available.

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Recent reviews from experiences in Mendoza

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Relaxing day at Chacheuta
LUISFERNANDO_F, Mar 2020
Premium Spa Day & Fango Therapy at Cacheuta Hot Springs with Lunch and Transfers
Great day at Cacheuta!! Staff is outstanding; the area is beautiful; the pool and water are relaxing and nice. Lunch was very good. Highly recommended. Visited it after a hiking day at the mountains. Perfect!
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Great day out
Hannah C, Jan 2020
Premium Spa Day & Fango Therapy at Cacheuta Hot Springs with Lunch and Transfers
We chose to go on Christmas Day which was perfect after lots of walking and sightseeing. There are a selection of pools of different temperatures and the self-applied mud mask (included) leaves your skin feeling super soft. There’s a lovely view of the mountains and it wasn’t as busy as I had feared it would be. The lunch buffet was very good. Lots of options for meat and veggie eaters. Good red wine too.
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Fabulous day
Julia B, Jan 2020
Premium Spa Day & Fango Therapy at Cacheuta Hot Springs with Lunch and Transfers
I had a wonderful day at Termas! It is even more beautiful than the pictures! I went on a Saturday and at no point did the place feel crowded. Many times I had a pool all to myself. There were so many pools at different temperatures, a mud area, lots of lounge chairs, and fresh fruit available. The lunch buffet was huge with lots of veggie options and a long wine list. There was a secure area for changing and leaving your stuff. My only issue was the car was 30 mins late picking me up and my name was not on the guys list but he called a few people and it was okay. I am not sure why this happened but thought I would mention it. Overall, I highly recommend this for your visit.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Rooms and treatments at the thermal spa are limited, so advance bookings are essential.

  • The thermal pool temperatures range from 82°F to 108°F (28°C to 42°C).

  • The minimum age is 14 years.

  • Showers, changing rooms, and locker facilities are provided—robes are available to hire.

  • Check into the spa hotel for a longer stay and to take advantage of hiking, mountain biking, or horseback riding in the Andes.

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How to Get There

Cacheuta Thermal Spa is located around 25 miles (40 kilometers) southwest of Mendoza, about a 45-minute journey by car. Public buses and taxis run to the spa from Mendoza bus station, but most day packages include round-trip shuttle transfers with pickup and drop-off at Mendoza city hotels.

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When to Get There

The spa is open daily, year-round. While the peak summer season (December-February) is the busiest time to visit—reservations at this time are essential—the thermal waters mean it’s also possible to swim in both the indoor and outdoor pools throughout winter.

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Cacheuta Water Park

There are two different sites to visit at Cacheuta, both benefiting from the region’s natural hot springs. In addition to the private Cacheuta Thermal Spa, there is also Cacheuta Water Park (Parque de Agua) to the north. The water park is a public baths complex, open to all ages and popular with both local families and travelers. Entrance offers full access to the facilities, which include indoor and outdoor pools, thermal baths, and a lazy river.

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