Wednesday Wanderlust: The Best Natural Hot Springs in the World

Wednesday Wanderlust | The Best Hot Springs to Relax In | www.paisleyandfig.com

As I wrap up my last month of training before the New York Marathon on November 1st, the urge to run away and disappear at a spa for a week is stronger than ever! My muscles hurt, my feet are tired, and some rest and relaxation is much needed. I think all of these ailments could be cured by some time in a natural hot spring. Despite the strong smell of sulphur most natural springs have, I love enjoying the soothing, warm water outside in a natural environment! I was lucky enough to end my trip to Iceland in the milky blue waters of the Blue Lagoon and am dying to experience more hot springs. Have you visited the locations below or any others?

The Blue Lagoon, Grindavik, Iceland

Wednesday Wanderlust | The Best Hot Springs - The Blue Lagoon, Iceland | www.paisleyandfig.comPhoto Credit: Burkazold

Terme di Saturnia, Saturnia, Italy

Wednesday Wanderlust | The Best Hot Springs - Terme di Saturnia, Saturnia, Italy | www.paisleyandfig.comPhoto Credit: Jordan Schwartz

Thermal Pools, Pamukkale, Turkey

Wednesday Wanderlust | The Best Hot Springs - Thermal Pools, Pamukkale, Turkey | www.paisleyandfig.comPhoto Credit: Philippo Salamone

Tabacon Hot Springs, Nuevo Arenal, Costa Rica

Wednesday Wanderlust | The Best Hot Springs - Tabacon Hot Springs, Nuevo Arenal, Costa Rica | www.paisleyandfig.com

Photo Credit: Neil Lee

Conundrum Hot Springs, Aspen, Colorado

Wednesday Wanderlust | The Best Hot Springs - Conundrum Hot Springs, Aspen, CO | www.paisleyandfig.comPhoto Credit: William Currier

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  1. Annapurna Circuit Trek with Tilicho Lake is the trek to one of the highest oligotrophic lakes namely Tilicho. Tilicho sits at an elevation of 4919 meters and in the Annapurna range of Himalayas. This lake is formed by the glacial deposits of neighbouring mountains Tilicho, Khangsar, Muktinath and Nilgiri. If camped overnight, one can often hear the thunderous noise caused by the tearing and submerging glaciers.

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