Dónde disfrutar aguas termales en Hidalgo por menos de 200 pesos

The hot springs spa has access to the entire public for only 100 pesos Facebook: Hotel Balneario El Pathecito

Hidalgo is a well-known state, inside and outside of Mexico, thanks to the hot springs that are found throughout its territory and here We present some places to enjoy on weekends or vacations for less than 200 pesos.

The first site on the list is about the El Phatecito spa, where you can enjoy hot springs for just 100 pesos, which come from the mountains that surround the Phatecito River.

The properties of its healing waters reach up to 37°C, ideal for relaxing with all the members of the family or alone.

El Pathecito is only an hour and a half from CDMX if you travel by car and a few minutes away is Tecozautlawhich is a magical town surrounded by springs, hot springs and spas fed by those same waters.

It has slides of more than 60 and 90 meters long in which you can reach a speed of 60 kilometers per hour and end up falling into a naturally set pool.

To be able to enter the spa the cost of admission is 100 pesos for adults, in the case of children and older adults who present their INAPAM credential, the price of the ticket is 60 pesos.

The camp rent is: 200 pesos per day and 100 pesos per night. The price of a double room in his hotel is 1,300 pesos, the largest, but he also has rooms for 900 pesos and 1,100 pesos per night.

Admission hours at the water park are Monday through Sunday from 8 AM to 6 PM.

The state of Hidalgo is a good place to get out of the city for a while and relax with family or friends, plus it is less than 5 hours from the city Facebook: Hotel Balneario El Pathecito
The state of Hidalgo is a good place to get out of the city for a while and relax with family or friends, plus it is less than 5 hours from the city Facebook: Hotel Balneario El Pathecito

The second option is the Tlaco Ecological Water Park, which is located in the heart of the Valle del Mezquital. It is one of the most representative and visited parks in the state.

The water park offers several pools, for example:

– Thermal pool: large swimming pool with warm waters, whose temperature ranges between 35°C and 40°C. Here you will achieve maximum relaxation. It also has a rain tree.

– Paradise Pool: It offers an artificial beach and waters with a temperature that can reach 45°C.

– Children area: shallow and has an average capacity for 582 people. There children can enjoy the rain fungus and various slides and sliding ramps.

Other activities offered include: canopy, spa, steam room and natural Jacuzzis.

Other services that it has are: restaurant, lodging, bar, commercial area, grills.

It is open from Monday to Sunday from 6 AM to 8 PM. The price of admission for adults is 100 pesos and for children from 3 to 11 years old it is 90 pesos.

They are excellent options to take a break from the daily pressures for less than 200 pesos Facebook: Hotel Balneario El Pathecito
They are excellent options to take a break from the daily pressures for less than 200 pesos Facebook: Hotel Balneario El Pathecito

The third option is about Las Lumbreras SpaIt has White Flag approval, which certifies the quality of the water in its pools.

The water park offers several pools, for example:

– Swimming pools: a wave with a springboard and another of medium depth.

– Slides and Slides: in which you can slide and reach the pools at high speed.

– Artificial Grotto: It has a pleasant temperature in its waters that help to achieve maximum relaxation.

– Zipline: where you can hover high above the spa.

Other services that it has are: restaurant, bar and lodging.

It is open from Monday to Sunday from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM.. The cost of admission for adults is 80 pesos, for children from 3 to 9 years old it is 50 pesos and for seniors it is 40 pesos.

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