10 Best Countries for Natural Spas in the World
Here are the Countries with the 10 Best Spas, in the world today. As to be expected all are near the Pacific Ring of Fire, a fault line beneath the earth’s crust. They are all natural and they are all considered the best.
Nature has bestowed Costa Rica with over 200 volcanic formations, mineral pools, mud baths and hot mineral springs. Just north of the active, smoking Rincon de la Vieja Volcano crater is Blue River Resort and Hot Springs where some of Costa Rica’s natural treasures are hidden.
The Czech Republic offers many therapeutic thermal baths and over 30 spa resorts.
Along the famous Rocky Mountain range, the hot springs, in Banff, Alberta, are one of nine natural occuring hot springs along Sulphur Mountain. Though Canada is a a very large country with many great hot springs, Banff Hot Springs Reserve was the first of Canada’s National Parks.
Near Hungary’s capital city, Lake Heviz is Europe’s largest thermal lake.
Thermae Bath Spa, is Britain’s only natural thermal spring. Celts and Romans have enjoyed these waters.
The Blue Lagoon, Grindavik, is the most famous of the over 800 thermal springs, rich in therapeutic minerals.
The Island throbs with volcanic activity. Hot Springs provide the waters for pools flowing at the Ryokans (Japanese Inns).
‘Whakarewarewa’ is a famous Maori cultural experience. Famous for its geysers, hot springs, and mud pools.
Though there are many that are well known, Calistoga Hot Springs, California is well known for its mud baths as well as the hot spring in Napa Valley.
Turkey sits on a geothermal fault. Here the famed Pamukkale, Islamic natural steam baths, or Hamam’s are located everywhere.