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RRoughly translated, the words Bela-Bela mean “boiling boiling” in Tswana, which refers to the hot springs that are this town’s key attraction. Bela-Bela's hot springs (set in the Waterberg Mountains) were originally used for healing purposes, and today these legendary waters have been turned into a key resort and leisure attraction. From swimming, soaking in the warm baths, sliding down the watery tunnels to just lying in the shade and relaxing, if it’s downtime delegates need, then Bela-Bela is the perfect venue. For the more adventurous delegates, there are a number of reserves around Bela-Bela including Mabula, Kunkuru and Sondela that offer activities such as hiking, game viewing and cycling on the grounds. A trip to the nearby Nylsvley Nature Reserve is worth it as the chance of seeing kingfishers, storks, buzzards and fish eagles is very likely.

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