Kikuletwa Hot Spring Day Trip includes hot springs surrounded by fig trees, as well as an area filled with valuable stones, all in the midst of a semi-dry setting. Among the abundant flora and neighboring indigenous households, you may spot a variety of spectacular birdlife. The trip to the hot springs takes around an hour, with vistas of dry conduit beds, baobab and acacia trees along the way. The Kikuletwa Hot Springs, also known as the Chemka Hot Springs, are located near the town of Rundugai and are one of the best spots to unwind after a Tanzania safari. The water isn’t as hot as the name implies, as it is maintained by Kilimanjaro’s ice sheets, but it is warm and pleasant, showcasing colours of blues and emeralds, creating a jungle image from the low hanging trees. Enjoy your day by swimming in and out of the springs, lounging in the sun, sleeping, or speaking with locals and fellow travelers at the little bar — you decide how you want to spend it. After a delightful meal, return to Moshi before dusk.