Rundugai Hot Water Springs or Kikuletwa Hot Springs or Chemka Hot Springs is an unexpected paradise hidden in the desert scrub outside of Boma town. Driving to Chemka Hot Spring from Arusha/Moshi is the beginning of a remarkable experience. After a delicious breakfast, your guide will pick you up from the hotel and drive you to the Chemka hot springs.
Don’t forget to fasten your seatbelt because the road may be uneven before you arrive at the destination. As the route progresses, you will pass by magnificent scenery and typical Tanzanian life.
The formation of several tiny lakes with warm, never-stagnating water was the result of the groundwater’s active interaction with geothermal sources. Once you get there, feel free to explore the springs accompanied by a Habitat Adventure guide and stroll through the picturesque woodland as you take in the clear, turquoise water, which will tempt you to go swimming. Swim leisurely in the pool or simply rest by the spring while breathing in the pure air. You can take a swing on the rope swing if you have the energy.
On the way, you’ll pass through a number of nearby villages, giving you plenty of chances to learn about the local culture. In the afternoon, savor your meal in a cool location surrounded by stunning scenery. Your guide will drive you back to Arusha/Moshi following all of the excursions and memorable experiences.
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