Travellers head to vibrant Bela-Bela and give stale city scenes a rest while taking in a myriad of local activities with a two-night stay for two people at Elephant Springs.
The Hotel at a Glance
Situated in the vibrant town of Bela-Bela, Elephant Springs offer guests accommodation in 54 air-conditioned rooms with en-suite bathrooms. Named after the Elephant remains found nearby, the hotel is situated directly across from the therapeutic mineral hot springs that the area is famous for. With shopping centres and flea markets within walking distance, guests can roam the town and return to the hotel for a relaxing drink on the street-side deck dotted with umbrellas and benches.
For peckish travellers the hotel restaurant serves traditional South African cuisine, and is open early for breakfast and coffee. A ladies bar in the hotel provides snacks and afternoon drinks, while a pool table and casino slots keep guests entertained.
Seeking solace from the summer heat, guests are free to make use of the swimming pool. The hotel also boasts three conference venues able to accommodate up to 250 delegates. A 24-hour front desk ensures that guests are never far away from a helpful staff member, and secure parking ensures that travellers can rest easy knowing their vehicles are safe.
- Situated directly across from therapeutic mineral hot springs
- Shopping centres and flea markets within walking distance
- Street-side deck dotted with umbrellas and benches
- Restaurant serving traditional South African cuisine, and open early for breakfast and coffee
- Ladies bar provides snacks and drinks
- Swimming pool for the exclusively for hotel guests
Travellers are accommodated in a standard deluxe hotel room situated on the ground floor.
- One double bed
- En-suite bathroom with bath or bath and shower combo
- TV with select DStv channels
- Coffee station
- Easy access to the swimming pool
What to do in Limpopo
The northernmost province of South Africa, Limpopo is known for its beauty and culture, as well as the grand Limpopo River that flows through the entire province. A land of beautiful and contrasting landscapes, Limpopo has it all - scenic beauty with both natural and man-made attractions, rich cultural heritage and wildlife.
Home to the Kruger National Park – the largest and oldest national park in Africa and home to elephants, rhinos, buffaloes, lions and leopards and more – as well as the Cave of Hearths, one of two places in the world that is holding a range of artefacts still intact from the Stone Age and mountain scenery to please hikers, climbers and bikers.
With one of the most important archaeological sites in South Africa, 35 000 hectares of some of the most beautiful terrain and a variety of nature reserves, Limpopo makes for a scenic holiday in nature.