If you are planning to visit South Africa in 2018, here are a few things to expect:
- Water will be available in Western, Eastern and Northern Cape for travellers however, it is advised that citizens and travellers abide by the water restrictions set in the area they are visiting. the World Health Organisation recommends travellers to use 50 litres of water per day.
- Travellers will not be required to queue for water. Water is available through regular sanitary and hygiene systems for taps, showers and toilets.
- All major tourism attractions will have operational water, as well as restaurants, bars and other entertainment spots
To support South Africa during this period, Eclipse Travel is embracing the #WaterWiseTourism movement to encourage sustainable and responsible travel. For regular updates, please visit http://www.waterwesterncape.com/ or contact your Eclipse Travel consultant for more information.
About South Africa
South Africa is a destination that offers a wide variety of experiences in close proximity. From wildlife safaris in 22 national parks, to breathtaking scenic outdoor spaces, vibrant modern designer cities and 2,700 km of diverse coastline with Blue Flag beaches. Follow inspiring heritage and cultural journeys to freedom, and include active or adventure activities for any budget. South Africa welcomes 10 million visitors annually from around the world.