INFOGRAPHIC: 5 water saving tips for those visiting Cape Town

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File: Municipalities and water boards owe around R10.7-billion.

File: Municipalities and water boards owe around R10.7-billion.

JOHANNESBURG – The city of Cape Town continues leading the pack for South African holidaymakers.

This is despite water experts predicting that the city’s water crisis will most likely get worse as the peak season approaches.

Cable cars and mountain climbs to the top for sweeping views of the city under the iconic table mountain are some of the activities resulting to thousands flocking down the Cape.

According to environmental advisor, Professor Anthony Turton, the Mother city simply doesn&39;t have enough water for all its residents all holistic solutions based on science still need to be found. 

READ: Cape Town water crisis: 7 myths that must be bust

As the city’s water officials work tirelessly to avoid Day Zero, here are a few things you can do to help avoid Day Zero while on a holiday in the Cape.