Southern Africa 360 is affiliated with a number of tourism affiliates, so you can be assured of the highest quality service and products.
As a registered and active SATSA member we adhere to a strict Code of Conduct that guarantees our clients and trade partners the highest level of service and the assurance of providing an exceptional quality of tourism services. In addition as a bonded SATSA member through a third party indemnity, our clients are assured of our financial stability and ethical business practices.
Your holiday or vacation can make a real and lasting difference to the lives of everyone involved in it. By choosing a Fair Trade Tourism certified product for your holiday itinerary you are directly benefitting local communities and economies and supporting tourism businesses committed to fair, responsible and sustainable tourism practices.
South African Tourism is responsible for the promotion of tourism to South Africa. South Africa is a popular tourist destination and the industry accounts for a substantial amount of the country’s revenue. SA Tourism strives for leading sustainable tourism development for inclusive economic growth in South Africa.
Blue Sand Travel Solutions, based in Paris, are our appointed marketing, sales and trade relations partner in France. Paul Sandford, from Blue Sand Travel Solutions, works closely with our reservations and marketing teams to coordinate all aspects of our sales efforts and marketing activities related to the destinations we sell within Southern Africa to the French market.
Global Destinations is one of India's leading representation & marketing companies in the Indian travel, tourism and hospitality sector. Global Destinations are based in Mumbai with offices in Delhi and resident Managers in Ahmedabad, Kolkata & Bangalore. Christina Aitiwadekar, Product Head based in Mumbai, will be working closely with our reservations and marketing team to coordinate all aspects of our sales efforts and marketing activities related to the destinations we sell within Southern Africa to the Indian market.