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A fantastic, relaxing stay. Next time I will be staying for longer! The drives were so interesting with birds of prey and we saw a caracal!! A wonderful team who really make you feel at home.
The staff greeted us immediately upon arrival. The chef came out with a delicious description of the dinner he was preparing. The walk to our 'house' was through a grape vine arboretum past the pool. The house was charming and well appointed. The dinner (extra cost) was well worth it and we had a ...
Great location, very friendly staff, amazing breakfasts and luxurious room. Not the cheapest place to stay but certainly worth the money, particularly liked being able to wake up and see the whales from my bed! The location is fabulous although dinner options were limited, but I would definitely ...
From the moment we arrived Stephen and Jackie looked after our every need, providing lots of information about the area, our room was spacious, comfortable and came with many added extras...free mini bar, water, insect spray...just a few examples. Breakfasts served by the Eco pool were wonderful. ...
We had travelled a long way and despite arriving late the staff had a table for us in the restaurant and a drink poured immediately! Very friendly and attentive staff and beautiful surroundings with so much to do just a short drive from the hotel. We drove the garden route and Knysna was my favourite ...
Environmentally conscious travellers who want to minimise the impact of their travel can take their pick from a range of green and sustainable accommodation in Western Cape. Bed down in a wilderness retreat, a farm-based bed and breakfast or a guesthouse. Many hotels in the province have implemented environmentally friendly policies and actively strive to balance business and tourism with ethics and sustainability.
Low-impact outdoor adventures are commonplace in the Western Cape. Keep car travel to a minimum and try hiking along the many scenic paths, or rent a bike and explore by pedal power. Alternatively, pay a visit to any of the region’s spectacular national parks, which help preserve native flora and fauna. Usually a small entrance fee is required, with proceeds helping to finance conservation efforts.
While you may need to hire a car to reach remote and isolated places in Western Cape, many of the more popular destinations in the province can be accessed by public or shared transport instead. Eco-conscious travellers based in Cape Town can make use of the city’s efficient and extensive transit network, known as MyCiTi. Bus routes stretch all across town.
Green transport solutions also come by the way of innovative taxi services, which offer lower-carbon transport options and ride-share services that help reduce emissions.
Use your sustainable Western Cape hotel as a base to visit the region’s famous winelands. Enjoy a guilt-free tasting session at an organic winery, where vintners abstain from using pesticides and use organic farming methods.
If you want to shop for organic produce in Western Cape, head to one of the area’s organic markets. Pick up preservative free, farm-produced food at Stellenbosch Slow Food Market, the Hout Bay Organic Market and the Neighbourgoods Market in Woodstock, where over a 100 vendors set up shop every Saturday. Also worth a browse is the 210 on Long shopping mall in Cape Town’s city centre, which features ethical and environmentally-friendly retailers.
Environmentally-aware visitors to Western Cape will love discovering its green activities and products. Use Expedia’s search filters to find a sustainable Western Cape hotel to match!