Holiday Accommodation in Warmbaths

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Thaba Pitsi Nature Reserve      WarmbathsHotel / Lodge
Thank you for your interest in Thaba Pitsi Nature Reserve. We would like you to stay with us. Our proposed rates are the most attractive rates from all the 4-star lodges in our region and the best value on the market! 3 options: 1) DBB at “ la Vallée de Blandine ” Country-house + 2 bungalows 4...

Itaga Private Game Lodge      WarmbathsHotel / Lodge
Nestling in the shadows of the Waterberg Mountains, near Bela-Bela (formerly Warmbaths) in Limpopo Province, Itaga is located in a 12, 000 hectare, Malaria free game reserve - home to the ‘big 5’. It takes less than 2 hours to reach Itaga from Johannesburg and less than one hour thirty minutes from...

Shakama Private Game Lodge      WarmbathsHotel / Lodge
Nestled in the southern range of the magnificent Waterberg mountains, Shakama awaits you. The ideal venue for small conferences, strategic planning sessions or romantic weekends. Enjoy the unspoilt views and absolute tranquillity in one of South Africa ’s finest bushveld districts and discove...

Etango Game Lodge WarmbathsHotel / Lodge
Nestled in the foothills of the Waterberg mountains Etango offers guests every bush luxury with air-conditioning, en suite bathrooms....

Zebras Crossing WarmbathsHotel / Lodge
Hidden in the Malaria-free Waterberg mountains, 180km easy drive from Johannesburg, you will find the very private Zebras Crossing Safari Lodge. The Lodge offers a unique year round destination for guests seeking complete privacy and tranquillity - a place to unwind and experience Africa’s charm,...

Mabulani Game Farm WarmbathsSelf-catering

ATKV Klein Kariba WarmbathsCamping & Caravan
Atkv Klein-kariba Holiday Resort      WarmbathsHotel / Lodge
Bambelela Guest Farm WarmbathsBed & Breakfast
Dula Monate Holiday Flats WarmbathsGuest House
Forever Resorts Aventura Warmbaths WarmbathsHotel / Lodge
Gallery Inn WarmbathsHotel / Lodge
Inyathi Game Lodge WarmbathsHotel / Lodge
Khuluma Lodge WarmbathsHotel / Lodge
Klein Kariba Holiday Resort      WarmbathsSelf-catering
Kwafubesi Tented Safari Camp WarmbathsCamping & Caravan
Mabalingwe Nature Reserve - Self Caterin      WarmbathsSelf-catering
Mahlapholane Game Lodge WarmbathsHotel / Lodge
Makouvlei Lodge Safaris WarmbathsHotel / Lodge
Mbizi WarmbathsSelf-catering
Thaba Monate Nature Reserve WarmbathsHotel / Lodge
Villa Palmeira Guest House WarmbathsGuest House

Warmbaths (Bela Bela)

Tourist Route: African Ivory Route

Warmbaths has changed it's name to Bela-Bela.

" the shivering residents of the cold highveld of the Transvaal, Free State and coastal provinces can bask in the genial sunshine and drink of the waters whose truly marvellous - almost miraculous - curative properties even now draw thousands to the spot".

This is how President Burghers described this place some 130 years ago. Today an estimated two million "shivering residents" visit Bela-Bela and its surrounding holiday resorts annually. The pleasant mild climate during the winter months and the average of 286 sunny days every year, make the town a popular holiday and retirement village. The town is only an hour's drive from Gauteng and lies on the Springbok Flats on the highway to the North.

Bela-Bela is world-renowned as a holiday and health destination. The hot mineral springs bubble out of the earth at about 22 000 litres per hour. The temperature of the water is a pleasant 53°C and is rich in sodium chloride, calcium carbonate and other salts that have healing properties.

The town is also known as a good agricultural region in the Springbok Flats and has some well-stocked game reserves. Most of the resorts offer excellent conference, sport, accommodation and restaurant facilities.

The area boasts the "Big Five" and virtually every savannha species of game found in South Africa, against a backdrop of scenic Bushveld beauty, mountains, dams, rivers and indigenous trees. It is the ideal destination for hiking, game drives and birdwatching. Visitors to Bela-Bela can also view historical sites such as Buyskop where ruins can be viewed, the grave of Christina Pretorius (wife of Voortrekker leader Andries Pretorius) and a British blockhouse erected by the British Military during the Anglo Boer War.

The town's economy revolves around providing excellent facilities for many different sports, including tennis, golf, waterskiing, rowing, squash and bowling. A notable development is the cable-waterski installation, the first on the African continent.
The modern, internationally renowned Spa has become a trademark of Bela-Bela. It offers a large mineral water indoor pool, a high temperature pool (rheumatism bath), sauna, underwater massage and hydrotherapy. It is based on the Baden-Baden concept in Germany and is the second biggest of its kind in the world. Ailments such as rheumatism, arthritis, muscular pains, skin problems and headaches are treated.

A visit to Bela-Bela provides a unique and invigorating family holiday in the heart of the unspoilt Bushveld.
Activities and Attractions
Carousel Entertainment World
Casinos, entertainment halls, cinemas and restaurants provide for a fun-filled evening.
Mokopa Reptile Park Lizards
View snakes and just about every other scaly beast around.
Thaba Kwena Crocodile Farm
The largest commercial crocodile farm in South Africa, housing more than ten thousand crocodiles! Guided tours provide more information on these fascinating creatures.
Bela-Bela Dam
Waterskiing and rowing opportunities abound at this pleasant venue 8 km from town.
Bela-Bela Waterfront
This imaginative new development features restaurants, arts, crafts, antique shops and much more.
4x4 Routes
Details on various exciting trails near Bela-Bela can be obtained from the Tourism Office.
Limpopo Tourism and Parks Board
PO Box 1309, Polokwane, 0700, South Africa
Tel. (+27 15) 288 0099
Fax. (+27 15) 288 0094

Warmbad Tourism Association
PO Box 204, Bela-Bela, 0480, South Africa
Tel: (+27 14) 736-3694
Fax: (+27 14) 736-2890