Kikuletwa Hot Springs is underground hot springs in the village called Chemka, this beautiful amazing place is a very special place to visit when you’re in Kilimanjaro/ Arusha.
You may come from Arusha or Moshi town to the main bus stand at Boma Ng’ombe. We will pick you from the bus stand at Boma Ng’ombe ready for fun, then by a car or Bajaj, we will drive toward the village called Chemka for underground Hot Springs Tanzania. The road to the springs is very bumpy and winding. During the trip, you can enjoy and see the authentic Tanzanian life as it is.
Kikuletwa Hot Springs – Swimming
Kikuletwa Hot Springs the water forms a clear and clean pond which is ideal for swimming. The pond is very deep, in some places up to 7 meters, but the water is so clear that you can see the bottom well all the time. The pond is situated under lush trees.
Enjoy your snacks and let yourself dry after swimming. You can swim, relax, eat your lunch and enjoy the sun. Between the trees and hang a swing above the spring. We are ready for one day fun. Everywhere around the springs, you can see.
Kikuletwa Hot Springs – Weekend
Kikuletwa Hot Springs weekend on this kind of relaxing day, it will be really perfect if your plan for doing it on weekend, is the best timing because you will have a lot of company on weekend. a lot of groups they like to do on the weekend. you can plan ahead to spend you’re a daytime in Kilimanjaro hot spring Tanzania, you can spend the much time you want.
Kilimanjaro Hot Springs Tanzania – Support
Kilimanjaro Hot Springs Tanzania support by taking this tour. The village called Chemka, this village they collect all the entrance by a village local guide and all collection are going back to the village committee, they fix some problem they have like, to repair roads, hospital and help the community in general, Somehow you’re participating by visiting the Kilimanjaro Hot Springs Tanzania.
Mount Kilimanjaro price Includes:
- Meeting at Kilimanjaro International Airport;
- Transfer to the hotel
- Accommodation prior to the climb (including breakfast; sharing a twin room);
- Transfer to the trail head;
- Professional mountain crew. All guides have “Wilderness First Responder” and “Wilderness First Aid” certificates, along with over 9 years of experience in climbing. Each participant will be provided with a porter (who can carry up to 18 kg of personal baggage);
- English, Spanish and German speaking guide (certified as a Wilderness First Responder & Emergency Medicine Adult and Child CPR)
- Kilimanjaro National Park permits;
- Kilimanjaro National Park rescue fees;
- Camping/hut fees;
- 3 square meals daily. The menu includes different soups, garnishes, several types of fish and meat, fresh fruit and vegetables; vegetarian options are available upon request;
- Oxygen systems and pulse Oximeters;
- First aid kit;
- Warm and comfortable sleeping pads (2 inches thick);
- Camping equipment’s including sleeping tents, sleeping mats
- Meeting the group at the National Park exit and transfer to the hotel;
- Guide, chef and porters salaries
- Accommodation after the climb (including breakfast; sharing a twin room);
- International certificates for a successful ascent;
- Return transfer to Kilimanjaro airport.
- * Basic tour package price includes sharing a twin room. If you need a single bed accommodation only, you should contact a manager a minimum of 2 weeks prior to the start of the tour.
- ** During the climb you will share a tent with 1-2 other climbers, depending on the number of participants. If you need an individual tent, please, contact our manager. Single accommodation at sleeping huts on Marangu is impossible.
The climb cost excludes:
- Airline tickets;
- Visa fee;
- Lunch and dinner at the hotel (before and after the ascent);
- Personal gear rentals;
- Tanzania Visa: $50/$100 per person on arrival
- Personal Expenses (e.g. Laundry, telephone, beverages, etc.)
- Meals not listed above
- Optional Tours (short safari after your climb
- Sleeping bags.
- Personal mountain gear
- Tips (Gratuity) to guide and porters
- Personal Expenses