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Limpopo province decided to Africanise the names of its towns. Thus Warmbath, at the foot of the Waterberg, was rechristened Bela Bela, or “boiling place”, a name used by the Sotho tribes in reference to the hot springs that have made this a spa since the 19C. Many visitors come every year to find relief from their rheumatism or just splash around in the 32°C pools. The nearby N1 motorway connecting Pretoria and Zimbabwe is one of the country’s most travelled roads.

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  • Thaba Pitsi Nature Reserve combines an exploration of nature with various outdoor sports activities (riding, jet-skiing, quad-biking, archery). In a 4WD or on foot, you can get near zebras, giraffes and antelopes living peacefully in this 500ha reser..

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Hotels Bela-Bela

  • Elephant Springs Hotel & Cabanas

    31 Sutter Road ZA - Bela-Bela

    This hotel features a courtyard with an outdoor swimming pool. All of the spacious rooms and self-catering apartments include a private bathroom and satellite TV. All of the accommodation at Elephant Springs Hotel & Cabanas includes a work desk as w..

  • Hoogland Spa Resort

    45 Luna Road ZA - Bela-Bela

    Offering a spa centre and hot tub, Hoogland Spa Resort is situated in Bela-Bela, located in the Limpopo Region. Free private parking is available on site and free WiFi is offered in the public areas. Hoogland Spa Resort offers eleven self-catering c..

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