5 Therapeutic Benefits From Hot Spring Pools You Didn’t Know You Were Getting

Hot spring pools are, without a doubt, extremely relaxing and beautiful.

They are considered a spa treatment for obvious reasons, and one of those is the mere ability to lay back and de-stress from your hectic life.

They are popular all over the world, with the most popular being in France, Germany, New Zealand and Switzerland.

So, what are the benefits of a hot spring pool?

Why should we make a trip to an Earth’s natural spa, or a synthetic local spring at a day spa?

Let me give you a few reasons.

1. For one, it boosts blood circulation.

The hot springs actually contains different materials like calcium and sodium bicarbonate. (more…)

How To Handle Negative Reviews About Your Hot Pool

Found a negative review on nzhotpools.co.nz about your hotpool?

It is a frightening experience for a business owner to have a negative comment out there on a website visible to the public.

You are worried about your reputation and scaring away potential customers, right?

Your first reaction is probably to ask me to remove it.

That’s not going to happen. (more…)

Latest Reviews
  • MeiMei
    I've been going to Waingaro since an infant. Yes it may be outdated compared to other wealthy Springs but in general it does the job I expect it to do. It's become neglected somewhat but doesn't change the fact that the water is why I'm there; relaxation temperature, hydrotherapy, peace and the childhood memories flashing by when I look at each area of the site. I love the loud laughable characters of the owners and the smiling humble staff, they have...
    17th April 2018
  • Marie
    Went on a cruise on board the Pure Cruises catamaran in Lake Rotoiti and it was a lovely afternoon. The lake was beautifully peaceful and at one corner is a hidden gem - the Manupirua hot springs, accessible only by boat.
    13th March 2018
  • Bernard
    The spring by the car park opposite Mere Road is an interesting one. Although I'd been to Taupo on many occasions I had never seen this until a couple of years ago. This is strange considering how accessible the spring is. From the end of the car park walk along the lakeside path until you see the 'danger scalding water' sign. The spring comes out just below the path onto the beach, and people have made sand banks in...
    Tapuaeharuru Bay Springs - Bournemouth GB
    30th March 2018
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Tekapo Springs (formerly Alpine Springs & Spa)
Tekapo Springs. Photo by Julian Apse (TNZ)
Tapuaeharuru Bay Springs
Taken in 2016. The hot water issues from the cleft immediately below the warning sign.
Tapuaeharuru Bay Springs
Taken in February 2016. The lakeside path may be seen at the top of the picture.