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Long cherished for their healing properties, the Geo-thermal Springs at Bela Bela attract visitors from all over the world. Here, the 3 Rs apply – rest, relaxation and rejuvenation.

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4.5 out of 5

Larissa Maharaj

The heated pools.

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Bela Bela (Warmbaths) Reviews

Larissa Maharaj
23 January 2019

The heated pools.

Superb. 5 out of 5
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Long cherished for their healing properties, the Geo-thermal Springs at Bela Bela attract visitors from all over the world. Here, the 3 Rs apply – rest, relaxation and rejuvenation.

With close on 300 days of year round sun, and average annual temperatures of 19° peaking at 35° in mid-summer, Warmbaths lures sun worshippers and nature lovers. In spring, the jacaranda and syringa trees bloom, bringing masses of colour to the town.

Warmbaths, a town in the Waterberg Mountain region of Limpopo Province, is a short distance from the N1 national highway to Pretoria, the administrative capital. This scenic drive from Pretoria allows you to experience striking landscapes, best viewed during an African dawn or at dusk.

 

Things to do

A visit to Warmbaths is primarily to experience the curative Springs and Forever Resorts in the town is the first port of call.

Entertainment options for day visitors are plentiful: heated and cold pools, a super tube, water slides, quad biking, a wave pool, cable water skiing, horse riding, game drives and more.

Warmbaths is surrounded by Bushveld and there are many Wildlife Activities nearby –

Thanks to a local initiative called ‘Save the Waterberg Rhino ' you have the opportunity to view the critically endangered rhino at several Waterberg Biosphere game reserves.

The 58km drive to the Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre is worthwhile for a unique view of the endangered Cheetah and African Wild dog in their natural habitat. Get up close with a cheetah and watch them show off their blistering speed chasing a lure.

For an unforgettable, interactive experience with Africa’s largest mammal, visit Adventures with Elephants situated alongside Zebula Country Club.

Bambelela Wildlife Care treats orphaned and injured animals with a view to rehabilitating and returning them to the wild. The private reserve offers exhilarating Game Drives.

Take a guided tour of the 10000 Nile Crocodiles housed at... Show more