Bela Blea, formerly known as Warmbaths is a town in the province of Limpopo in South Africa
Its name - meaning “the pot that boils” - is derived from the geothermic hot springs that occur in the town. These famous hot springs have been recorded as producing over 20 000 litres per hour at an average temperature of 50°C.
Not too far from Johannesburg, Bela Bela offers the keen traveler a true sense of nature at its best while escaping the city buzz of Johannesburg. It is the perfect place to start exploring the rich yet diverse wilderness South Africa has to offer. With national parks and game reserves and conservancies in the vicinity, a day in Bela Bela assures you of an up close and personal experience with the rhino, leopard, lion, buffalo, several bird species, plants and trees endemic to the area.
For those that prefer a quiet and relaxed holiday, spending a day listening to the sounds of water oozing out from the hot springs will be worth your while. For the nature lovers and the adventurous at heart, there are plenty of other activities to enjoy in the area including nature walks, elephant and horse riding, hiking and zip lining.
Bela Bela also offers a great nightlife with lots of restaurants, bars and pubs to dance the night way as you meet the town’s friendly locals. Bela Bela is also a perfect destination for a family getaway as there are resorts and a multitude of family vacation activities to enjoy.
Bela Bela Warmbaths accommodation is widely available in self-catering apartments, luxury bush lodges where you can enjoy nature at its best and a selection of bed and breakfasts. All in all Bela Bela Warmbaths is one of the best holiday destinations in South Africa offering more than just enough for every holiday maker.
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