Tourism Sites

MALE HOT SPRINGS

Sempaya is the most famous hot springs in Uganda. It is located in the Semuliki National Park.

There are two main springs in Sempaya.

Mumbuga is regarded as the “male” spring by the local population.

Nyasimbi is the “female” spring

Geographically hot springs are founded by geothermal heat that boils the underground water in the earth’s crust. These processes force spring water to move through the hot rock up to the earth’s surface at temperatures
above 100C. The steam rise up from several vents leaving colorful crusts, creating a humid atmosphere as if it’s a sauna.

Semuliki Hot Springs, Uganda.

Sempaya is the most famous hot springs in Uganda. It is located in the Semuliki National Park at the tip of Ituri Forest bordering DR Congo and Western Uganda. The springs are useful learning laboratory for
researchers and students.

Geographically hot springs are founded by geothermal heat that boils the underground water in the earth’s crust. These processes force spring water to move through the hot rock up to the earth’s surface at temperatures
above 100C. The steam rise up from several vents leaving colorful crusts, creating a humid atmosphere as if it’s a sauna.

There are two main springs in Sempaya.
Mumbuga is regarded as the “male” spring by the local population
Nyasimbi is the “female” spring

Nyakasura crater lakes and Volcanic Mountains

Nyakasura Volcanic hill tops and crater lakes are located a few miles from Fort Portal Town. There are many small crater lakes in the area good for sight seeing and hill top climbing. We have experienced tour guides to lead you to a life memorable experience.

Semuliki Hot Springs, at Sempaya

Sempaya is the most famous hot springs in Uganda. It is located in the Semuliki National Park, Uganda.

Hot springs are founded by geothermal heat that boils the underground water in the earth’s crust. These processes force spring water to move through the hot rock up to the earth’s surface at temperatures above 100C. The steam rise up from several vents leaving colorful crusts, creating a humid atmosphere as if it’s a sauna.

Nyasimbi is the locally referred to as the “female” spring. Boiling eggs in the hot spring takes 10 minutes. Green banana ( Matooke) takes 20 minutes.