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Why Homestead Crater Geothermal Pool and Spa?

Forget man-made heated swimming pools… Mother Nature has been working on this version for over 10,000 years and we have to admit it, she pretty much has it nailed.

First of all, this lush Geothermal spring is hidden inside a huge beehive-shaped limestone rock. That alone makes it pretty cool. It feels like you’re swimming inside the crater of a volcano.

Secondly, it’s ventilated by a hole at the top which lets sunlight and fresh air inside — meanwhile the interior stays heated by the mineral water at a blissful and consistent 32-35 degrees celsius. Nature’s own clever version of temperature control.

What Can You Do At The Homestead Crater Geothermal Pool and Spa?

There are plenty of things to do inside the crater. Go on a self-guided tour, discovering the history, geology, and archaeology of this unique natural phenomenon. Go swimming, scuba diving, or snorkeling in the crystal waters. You can even take a paddle board yoga class (yes, those actually exist. Be careful with those headstands!)

Or you can simply do… absolutely nothing. Hey, when you’re floating in total relaxation, soaking up the rich mineral goodness of the warm waters, it totally counts as doing something. In fact, it’s a legitimate form of therapy.

Whatever your preference, nature’s amazing crater haven is one you need to get yourself inside of. Book your visit now.

In Short

  • Lush geothermal springs
  • Therapeutic minerals
  • Incredible natural phenomenon
  • Swimming, scuba diving and snorkelling
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