Cold geysers! Four warm gaseous water "geysers" with colourful cones. The water for these spouting springs reportedly is coming from the pipelines of the nearby mine – on the way the hot water is dissolving the lime and depositing it at the outflow. When the vents of outflow are blocked, the water may rise up to several meters high, but otherwise the water spouts 20 – 30 cm high.
In several geothermal areas around Lake Bogoria, there are more than 10 active geysers, up to 5 m high.
One of the four groups of geysers at Lake Bogoria with 40 hot springs and 4 geysers.
One of the four groups of geysers at Lake Bogoria. Here are 3 geysers.
One of the four groups of geysers at Lake Bogoria with 17 hot springs and 3 geysers among them.
A group of hot springs – boiling springs, mud pots, fumaroles.
A field of hot springs and steam vents, fumaroles, and solfataras. Earlier a geyser has been reported here.
Former geyser that in the 1930ies reached a height of 1.2 m. Now here are just boiling springs.
Perpetual spouter! The most impressive geothermal region in Uganda with hot springs and a geyser-like fountain of hot water – Mumbuga erupting spring. In dry season here appear also fumaroles.
A field of hot springs where in the 1970ies were some geysers.