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Sustainable destination Cape Town, South Africa

There is nothing like the sustainable city Cape Town, bustling hub of cultures, cuisines and landscapes.

A breath taking city crowned by the stunning Table Mountain! Cape Town is home to two national parks, The Table Mountain National Park and the Cape Floral Kingdom, both are protected UNESCO world heritage sites! Follow the locals and become one yourself by taking the full tour and learn how to surf, go paragliding, or participate in one of the many activities on offer. Cape Town is a top 100 sustainable destination by Green Destinations.

sustainable destination Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town is a top 100 sustainable destination by Green Destination, which means they are working towards a sustainable future. Cape Town has undertaken various initiatives to become more environmental friendly, like the Cape Town Water fund, which seeks to conserve water sources in the city. The city also signed the Responsible Tourism Charter to support the principles of sustainable development and management of tourism. Cape Town offers their visitors various unique and eco-friendly and responsible activities and initiatives that allows you to give back to the community and the environment, while having an amazing time in the city!

most sustainable hotels

Whalesong Lodge

26.70 kg
9.7 71 reviews

Antrim Villa

29.22 kg
8.8 62 reviews

The Backpack

31.90 kg
8.6 852 reviews

Bartholomeus Klip Farmhouse

40.35 kg
9.8 7 reviews

Spier Hotel

39.91 kg
9.1 834 reviews

NH Cape Town The Lord Charles

40.29 kg
8.3 585 reviews

Grootbos Private Nature Reserve

47.12 kg
9.4 27 reviews

Stellenbosch Travellers Lodge

4.85 kg
6.5 121 reviews

things to do

Meet the locals and their culture book an eco-friendly and responsible tour, meet the locals and talk about their rich history. You can learn about the apartheid in Africa and discuss other local political, social, economic and cultural issues. You can take this tour with visit.org.
The Twelve Apostles Mountain Range most people only know the front sight of the Table Mountain, but the back is just as stunning, maybe even more! The sight of the Twelve Apostles Mountain Range is one of the most scenic stretches of coast in the world. You can rent a bike or take a City Sightseeing bus. This place has a bit of magic around if you go there just before sunset, the view is breath taking!
Escape the city it is refreshing to leave the city for a few hours and this is an amazing place to refresh. After a 50 minutes hike in the Steenbras Nature Reserve you find the Crystal Pools in Gordon’s Bay. The first pool is about 45 minutes in the hike, the second (best for swimming) is only 15 minutes further. The water is cold, but after the intensive hike, you feel blessed! Visit the park between November and April, the park is closed in the remaining months to give the park time to rehabilitate! Only 50 people a day are allowed, so you need to get a permit, but in exchange it feels like you have the place all to yourself!
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