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An unusual tour stop

Our guide stopped here to show us the springs, the place was very busy with locals it is believed... read more

Reviewed 13 June 2017
lancsprop1
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Preston, United Kingdom
Lovely local experience

The word says it all; hot springs. It is not a grandious place but rather a very local place. It is... read more

Reviewed 4 October 2015
KennedC
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Kampala, Uganda
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“An unusual tour stop”
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“Verygood indeed”
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Reviewed 13 June 2017

Our guide stopped here to show us the springs, the place was very busy with locals it is believed that the springs have healing powers, there is a heart shape within the stones were people lie over and pray. Yes some people had soap most...More

Thank lancsprop1
Reviewed 9 September 2016

This area is with in 80Kms from home. But for 30 years İ had not been there. But trust me its amazing people within and outside Uganda come here for medical reasons and I think it must be working for them. However its dirty only...More

1  Thank Mugarura J
Reviewed 3 August 2016 via mobile

Don't make a stop just for this. While the idea of a hot spring is really cool, locals bring soap and wash in the water - effectively polluting and dirtying the "pond" with soap scum. I wouldn't set more than my foot in the water...More

Thank Raina Z
Reviewed 23 February 2016

This is where locals ages 0 to 100 come and enjoy in hot water. There were monkies on the trees. Water is super-healthy so we also drank some. There is no entrance fee but we donated some cash. People are nude so please respect them...More

2  Thank TravelF0rW0rkAndFun
Reviewed 4 October 2015

The word says it all; hot springs. It is not a grandious place but rather a very local place. It is basically a hole in the ground which is filled with water from a nearby hot spring. The place is somewhat off the beaten track...More

1  Thank KennedC
Reviewed 28 June 2014

very interesting to see how water gets hot,milky color,the locals have a myth that the water has healing powers

1  Thank 856kumam
Reviewed 17 May 2014

Kitagata Springs lie a few hundred metres off the main road on the way down to Ntungamo, just after Ishaka. It is unlikely you will find other Mzungus there, and should you wish to take photos...discretely. The water is indeed hot and sulphurous, the pools...More

1  Thank geoffwellard
Reviewed 12 March 2014

Not impressive and very hot...don't bother as this is not something to remember or was it fun to walk to..very over rated..

Thank 2mzungus
Reviewed 11 March 2014

This is one of unique gifts of nature that makes western Uganda the best destination for tourists. Kitagata hot springs gives an over of the wonders with the healing powers in its waters. People go there to tour the area while others to take a...More

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Sorry. I mean how can I reach. I first go to mbarara and then?
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