1 Day Chemka / Kikuletwa Hot springs tour : The Chemka Hot Springs, located 40 kilometers from Moshi town, are a backcountry oasis in the Kilimanjaro region. After a difficult hike up Mount Kilimanjaro or an adventurous bush safari in Serengeti, Ngorongoro or Tarangire, you can find the perfect respite at these lovely underground springs with their turquoise, crystal-clear water. But they are also a great place for day trippers.
The Chemka Hot Springs allow you to linger, swim, and explore, whether you’re young or elderly, peaceful or energetic. The pond is incredibly deep, up to 10 meters in some areas, but the water is so pure that you can always see the bottom. You can camp, eat your food, or simply enjoy the sun on the shoreline beneath luxuriant trees.
Again, here you can sunbathe or unwind in hammocks under the shade while swimming and snorkeling in the clear, warm water (26 degrees). The natural Chemka and Kikuletwa hot springs, which are tucked away in a lush forest, are great for enjoying a soothing soak or just using as a setting for a peaceful picnic or barbecue. You can stay here for as little or as long as you desire, with the option to camp overnight, and you will be accompanied by a driver and a guide. If you’re fortunate, you might be able to see baboons perched in the branches above you.
ONE DAY-CHEMKA HOT SPRINGS ITINERARY
1 Day Chemka / Kikuletwa Hot springs tour , You will leave from your hotel after we pick you up in the early morning and give you a brief explanation of your brief, one-day safari excursion. After the explanation, get ready to drive for around two hours to get to the hot spring. The trip takes longer than an hour because of how winding and bumpy the road to the hot springs is. Off the beaten path, this gorgeous trip gives you a look at local life, including bustling markets, small farms, and the like.
As soon as we reach the hot springs, The following few hours will be spent relaxing in the lovely water, swimming, swinging on the rope swing, and taking in the sun-dappled shade of the trees. If you’d like, we can cook and serve you your favorite local dishes like chips Mayai (a French fry omelette) and nyama choma (BBQ) while you swim.
We can also have a campfire and a bush dinner while staying the night in the hot springs, if that would be your preference. Baboons and other monkey species are frequently seen in the area surrounding the springs. Following your time in the sun, you’ll either head back to your lodge or continue on to your next location, depending on your agenda, for additional activities.
Tour cost includes
Any additional activities not included in the itinerary