Water Crisis Overview – How Did We Get Here?

A drought in the Western Cape province of South Africa began in 2015 and is resulting in a severe water shortage in the region, most notably affecting the city of Cape Town. Despite water saving measures, dam levels are predicted to decline to critically low levels, and the city…

Exciting News and Update about Water Situation in Cape Town.

‘Day Zero’ has moved to June 4 due to the continued decline in agricultural usage and the decrease in residential water consumption. Over the past week, usage has been lowered to 526 million litres per day. This is the first time that the weekly average usage has remained under…

Oudtshoorn – The Ostrich Capital of the World

The town of Oudtshoorn is situated in the Western Province of the beautiful South Africa and is known and loved by many local holidaymakers around the country. The town is the largest town in the Little Karoo region and attracts many tourists annually because of its tremendous activities and…

What is Covered During a Cape Peninsula Tour?

Ever wondered what a Cape Peninsula Tour is actually about? Experience the scenic beauty and natural landscapes of South Africa’s Cape Peninsula on a full-day tour from Cape Town. Enjoy the convenience of guided visits, as well as the independence of solo sightseeing and learn about this dynamic region…

Cape Town Water Crisis

Southern Africa 360 is acutely aware and concerned about the water crisis that the Western Cape is experiencing. At this stage, we need the support of every citizen and visitor to prevent the worst-case scenario. Responsible consumption of water is the new normal, in Cape Town and many other…

The Kalahari Routes of the Northern Cape

The Northern Cape is one of South Africa’s lesser explored provinces, most international visitors to the country flock to Cape Town, the Garden Route and the safari destinations (Kruger, Madikwe and the Eastern Cape reserves). The Northern Cape currently receives mostly domestic self-drive tourists, but this is very seasonal…

4 Reasons to Visit the Garden Route

4 Reasons to Visit the Garden Route While the exact start and finish points of the Garden Route are still up for debate, it is undoubtedly one of the most scenic drives in South Africa. Passing through seaside towns, stunning forests and cliff-edged villages, the Garden Route is not…

Scheduled Tours vs. Private Tours

At Southern Africa 360, we understand that while we always strive to be as varied and flexible as possible, the packages we may offer may not always suit your needs every time. So with this in mind, we package tours that are both scheduled group tours and private guided…

Domestic route changes for SAA and Mango

Both SAA and Mango currently together offer 200 return flights per week between Johannesburg and Durban and 278 return flights per week between Johannesburg and Cape Town. The combined number of flights will stay the same following the changes next year. SAA and Mango will rationalise their route networks,…

Unusual Facts about Mozambique

Remote islands With 2500 km of coastline and dozens of the world’s most beautiful tropical islands, Mozambique offers a stunning variety of white sand beaches and azure seas. We invite you to enjoy superb seafood, year round warmth and sunshine, and accommodation for the luxury discerning traveller. Culture Mozambique is…