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People have been visiting geothermal springs for centuries. Some of these waters are rich in minerals and are thought to have healing properties. At the very least, spending time soaking in a naturally warmed pool can reduce stress and rejuvenate you. But not all geothermal springs can be enjoyed in this way. Many are simply too hot to enter safely and others emit toxic gases! But hot springs with the right conditions prove that you don’t have to give up a relaxing vacation to experience the best that Mother Nature has to offer. Here’s a sampling.
9 of the world’s most relaxing hot springs

People have been visiting geothermal springs for centuries. Some of these waters are rich in minerals and are thought to have healing properties. At the very least, spending time soaking in a naturally warmed pool can reduce stress and rejuvenate you. But not all geothermal springs can be enjoyed in this way. Many are simply too hot to enter safely and others emit toxic gases! But hot springs with the right conditions prove that you don’t have to give up a relaxing vacation to experience the best that Mother Nature has to offer. Here’s a sampling.

9 of the world’s most relaxing hot springs

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