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Chemka Hot Spring Maji Moto Day Trip

Chemka Hot Spring Maji Moto Day Trip

Chemka Hot Spring Majimoto Day Trip

Make your life time memory by visiting kikuletwa Hot Spring with well experienced guides from rundugai cultural tourism, this tour will take you only 45minutes drive from Boma ngombe town which located 16 kilometers to the Hot spring reaching to kikuletwa hot/ chemka Maji Moto it will make you to swim against strong water current surrounded with amazing roots of fig trees after swimming you can have a hot local food prepared with our local women.

 This is a place where you can make tour after landing or before taking flight from Kilimanjaro International airport it is also a perfect place for weekend short break, Half day tours and day trips from either Moshi town Or Arusha cityit will take you two and a half hours{2:30hrs} drive from Arusha city to Kikuletwa hotspring while it is One and a half hours{1:30hrs} from Mosh town to Kikuletwa Hot spring {chemka maji moto}.

Moshi to Chemka Hot Spring Majimoto Map & FAQ

Majimoto is Located in 2-hour drive from Moshi (Tanzania) – the main climbing hub of the region – Chemka Hot Springs is the best place to visit after a Kilimanjaro hike or a safari adventure.    

Chemka oasis is a unique phenomenon – it is the only place in Tanzania (and most likely in the whole East Africa), where the groundwater actively interacted with geothermal sources, forming a number of small lakes with warm, never-stagnating water, which purity is not inferior to the best Dominican or Maldivian resorts. 

Through out the day, the good time being from: 8:00am to 5:00pm

Tour price includes:

  • Transfer from Moshi and back;
  • Entry ticket;
  • Guided tour at the coffee plantation, waterfalls and local village;
  • Lunch;
  • Soft drinks and water.

Contact us via WhatsApp: +255 687 590 560 for all your need and we can arrange everything for you well in advance.

YES;  This excursion is ideal for body acclimatization especially for those planning to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro as the trek will take you up to over 1,400 m/ 4593 ft amsl.

YES, it is very possible, its only about 80KM from Arusha town.

Moshi Kilimanjaro Mini Guide

Travellers that aim to visit and climb Mount Kilimanjaro tend to use Moshi Town as their base location before climbing. The town provides many services that are needed for Mountain climbing. With service and offices like banks, restaurants, good infrastructure and hotels for overnight stays before and after climbing Mount Kilimanjaro make Moshi be the first option for Mount Kilimanjaro base camp

Moshi is the nearest town to Mount Kilimanjaro and the cleanest town all over Tanzania. When in Moshi you can view Mount Kilimanjaro on the backdrop of the town. The snowcapped mountain can be seen clearly especially in a blue sky.

The entire Moshi town is surrounded by lush green vegetation and a naturally tranquil atmosphere full of fresh air. Moshi rural that comprises of nearby places like Machame, Marangu, Materuni villages are evergreen.

Where to Stay in Moshi?

Moshi has a wide variety of hotels from budget to mid-range and luxury hotels. The average accommodation options in Moshi are 3-star hotels. These many options at disposal make Moshi the preferred choice of accommodation before your climb.

Best time to Visit Moshi

You can visit Moshi Town any time of the year but the best months to visit Moshi during the dry and warm months are January and February, and also from June to October when the sky is clear. These are also the best months to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.

Kilimanjaro Climbs and Treks

Moshi is the preferred town for spending your day before climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. Trip Insight Tanzania will be happy tom organize your Mountain climbing expedition to the highest peak in Africa. Email them: