Bela-Bela (which means the pot that boils), formerly known as "Warmbaths", owes its origins to the hot mineral springs that bubble out of the earth at about 22 000 liters of water per hour at a temperature of approximately 53°C. The water is rich in minerals such as sodium chloride, calcium carbonate and other salts, and is believed to have curative properties.
The pleasantly mild climate during the winter months and an average of 286 sunny days every year add to the popularity of the destination. The town is just over an hour’s drive from Gauteng and lies on the Springbok Flats on the highway to the north.
Bela-Bela serves a thriving agricultural region and has some well-stocked game reserves in the area. Most of the resorts offer excellent conference, sport, accommodation, recreation and restaurant facilities.
Some of the reserves boast the “Big Five” and countless other savannah species against a backdrop of scenic Waterberg countryside.
Some places of interest include:
A visit to Bela-Bela provides a unique and invigorating family holiday in the heart of the Waterberg.
Bela-Bela is the gateway to the Limpopo Province and has also been referred to as the Clifton of the Waterberg with its Luxury Private Game farms, acclaimed US PGA Golf Championship Courses and is host to South Africa's only 5-star nature reserve, golf estate and spa.
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