Natural water park: Termas Cacheuta, Mendoza, Argentina

Termas Cacheuta [Cacheuta Water Park] in the Mendoza province of Argentina is a beautiful natural water park, where geothermal-heated mineral water sourced from just a few metres underground give visitors a warm welcome, amidst the stunning backdrop of the surrounding Andes mountains.

A delightful natural water park made from natural stone, Termas Cacheuta features hot springs, thermal pools and streams, water slides, wave pools and winding tunnels.

Settled amidst the Andes mountains, Termas Cacheuta offers a day out to suit every requirement – there’s winding tunnels and slides for kids to enjoy, and the geothermal pools also offer those in search of relaxation some healing time.

Termas Cacheuta also features picnic and barbecue areas for parties, and the nearby, Mountain Hotel, offers spa facilities including massages.

One of the highlights at Termas Cacheuta is a stone centrepiece in the main pool which shoots thermal waters up to 10 metres high.

Built in harmony with its natural surroundings, Termas Cacheuta is close to the Mendoza River in the Andes.

Termas Cacheuta

Rosalind Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief. She is a writer who specialises in sustainable lifestyle and living, wellbeing, music and arts. Rosalind also works as a psychic, counsellor, intuitive reader and spiritual life coach helping people to become who they truly are and manifest their heart & soul’s desires into their lives:


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