Parque de Agua Termal Cacheuta

Parque de Agua Termal Cacheuta

Parque de Agua Termal Cacheuta
3.5
10:00 - 18:00
Monday
10:00 - 18:00
Tuesday
10:00 - 18:00
Wednesday
10:00 - 18:00
Thursday
10:00 - 18:00
Friday
10:00 - 18:00
Saturday
10:00 - 18:00
Sunday
10:00 - 18:00
About
Termas Cacheuta Thermal Water Park is located only 39 km from Mendoza City. Surrounded by the Andes, by the Mendoza River, the Thermal Water Park includes several pools filled with thermal water at different temperatures. It also includes picnic facilities, which allows families and groups to enjoy the park all year round. It's porpuse es to welcome families and groups so that they can have a fun day in the middle of the mountains. It has two levels, te the upper level is open all year long, but the lower level of pools opens only from 21st September to Easter.
Duration: More than 3 hours
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jchil23
Wilmington, NC6 contributions
Dec 2023 • Family
After a couple of days of tagging along for wine tastings, we wanted to have an activity that would be fun for our kids (aged 8 and 11). We spent half a day here and they had the most amazing time. There are several water slides and natural pools (with a wide variety of temperatures) and a lazy river (and an area geared towards smaller kids which we did not visit). We were one of the few (or maybe only) groups of tourists here - it is definitely a place where the local population goes to enjoy the outdoors and hot weather. I would not expect it to be anything like an American water park, but for us this added to the experience. The natural setting is absolutely gorgeous. Other than it being one of our kids favorite parts of our trip to Argentina, the other standout for us was the helpfulness of the staff.

There is a spa by the same (or similar?) name nearby. This left us stranded by our arranged transportation late on Christmas Eve (because they never showed up to pick us up at the right place). The staff at Cacheuta was extremely kind and considerate in helping us arrange alternate transportation back to Mendoza. They were amazing and went above and beyond to make sure we had a way back into town.
Written 9 January 2024
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Daniel M
Perth, Australia17 contributions
Dec 2023 • Solo
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR TOURISTS - Do not make the mistake I did and go to the Thermal Water Park - the place is for locals/ families with children. Sorry for strong language here but I was that disgusted at the venue I walked in for 5 mins and walked out - ruined my day. It was a cesspool and looked filthy, overcrowded. The entrance is a chaotic mess with locals trying to make you pay for parking. I blame the venue and management for not clearly articulating expections of the park on its website. It should be clear that the Therma Hotel and Spa is more akin for tourists or people willing to pay more for non crowded pools and clean environment. I didn't find this out until after when I returned to Mendoza. But what's worse is had to pay 3x the entrance fee to include transfers which I didn't require, because tickets without transfers were 'sold out". It needs a lot of improvement to be clear and reasonable.
Written 25 December 2023
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Josie M
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK129 contributions
Nov 2023 • Solo
Fun day at the spa baths. Came here as a solo traveller and managed okay. Used the bus service from Mendoza central and paid for entry upon arrival to the spa baths. Used a locker which was handy and then went for a dip in all the different pools which was fun. Lots of grassy areas to chill out on and lots of people were having picnics etc which was cute to see. Nothing fancy but nice day out nonetheless!
Written 22 November 2023
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Seppl
Vienna, Austria14 contributions
Oct 2023 • Solo
What's wrong with this place?

Prices are just mad. Even if you compare the prices at the blue exchange rate this spa is arlmost €50 a day.

In my home town in central Europe I can go to very nice spa with 5 different saunas and multiple indoor and outdoor pools for that price. And everything is in a perfect condition. At much higher labour cost and higher energy cost. And with more amenities.

There seems to be something wrong with this place. It can't be that this is all you can get for that amount of money in Argentina.
Written 30 September 2023
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Travelling_Bird
Hitchin, UK90 contributions
May 2023 • Family
We were a bit nervous about our visit when we realised lots of the outdoor pools would be closed (winter season) but we need not have worried, there were plenty of pools still open. We visited with young children who enjoyed the pools but were v pleased to find one of the tube slides open.

Spent about two hours sitting around chilling in the different temperature pools inside and out. It was busy but not uncomfortably so. Changing facilities are basic but sufficient.

We look forward to visiting the spa side once the children meet the minimum age!
Written 4 May 2023
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Kirk L
7 contributions
Feb 2023
The water park is pretty cool and we added on rafting which was a safe and fun experience. The water park was very crowded but they do a good job with spreading people out and there seemed to be a picnic table for everyone. The general store always had a long line and you could buy basic items there for snacks and drinks.

Communication with Termas Cacheuta was terrible. After we bought our tickets, I never got any confirmation. I contacted them 3 different times via email and never got a personal response. I had important questions that needed answering like what we needed for rafting, what time that activity was and if there were size requirements since my youngest daughter is small. Not one single resonse from them.

We also bought the transportation package that included a ride from the city of Mendoza. I honestly didn't know if we would even be able to get on the bus until we arrived since I didn't get a ticket, nor email confirmation nor any type of a response.

They can and should do better.
Written 14 February 2023
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GerryBrasil
Florianopolis, SC80 contributions
Jan 2023
January is vacation time in Argentina. Big crowds, long lines even when you have reservations and arrive early.
Written 5 February 2023
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GerryBrasil
Florianopolis, SC80 contributions
Jan 2023
I have never written a bad review on TripAdviser, but I feel a responsibility to give a reality check review on Chaceuta Águas Térmicas.

The physical set up is generally as pictured on this site. Reservations are necessary as mentioned on the site. On all the sites I cross referenced on the Termas they mentioned the physical layout and what you should bring. All of this is accurate.

But now the bad part. We went yesterdayJanuary 19,2023 and arrived at about 10:00AM. There was a long line of cars to enter a very narrow dirt road to the parking areas. Once we finally got though and found parking is cost ARL$1500 which wasn’t horrible but much higher than sites posted.

We then entered a line that went back to the entrance even though we had reservations. So did everyone else or you would not have been admitted. When we finally entered and showed our reservation, what we saw resembled Coney Island on the Forth of July. Wall to wall people massed in the picnic areas, pools , staircases, and dressing rooms. It was uncomfortable even if you are used to crowds.

January is vacation time in Argentina and everyone was there. It was a Thursday and near opening hour and it would have nearly impossible to get in one of the many pool areas. We left after five minutes.

We then went to the Hotel Spa down the road to see if we could pay for a day pass there(ARL$15,000) but were told there were no vacancies until February.

So, hopefully our experience wasn’t typical due to the timing( January) but just know this place is basically the public pool for the Mendoza Department.
Written 20 January 2023
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Marina C
La Plata, Argentina29 contributions
Jun 2022
Mountain hike on winter.
On summer there are a lot of activity to do.
There are a river, swimming pools whith fresh waters and hot waters
Written 20 July 2022
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adecriis
Sao Paulo, SP50 contributions
Jan 2022
The place itself is beautiful, you get to admire the mountains and nature around you.
But the park had fundamental flaws (especially during a pandemic):
- It had no structure whatsoever for non Spanish Speaking visitors: none of the employees spoke English, they didn't have a free Wifi (and 5G signal there was terrible)
- NO ONE was wearing a mask (among visitors), it was like there's no Covid. And is was VERY crowded, so we couldn't possibly social distance.

Because of the latter, we decided to leave much earlier - but we didn't have 5G signal to contact our driver. We asked multiple employees for help (to get a free Wifi or for one of them to call the driver for us), but they were less than helpful, just telling us that "no, we don't have free Wifi" and "try a public phone just outside".
We ended up asking help for a guard, who was very kind to call our driver for us.

We won't come back and strongly discourage anyone to go while Covid is still around.
Written 30 January 2022
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