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February 15, 2013

Facebook Feedback Friday: what is the most eco-friendly place in Cape Town?

Seeing as it’s Responsible Tourism Week, yesterday we asked all the people who like the I ♥ Cape Town Facebook page: “What is the most eco-friendly place in Cape Town?”

The Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden is one of Cape Town's eco-friendly places. Photo courtesy of yTravelBlog

In the lead for eco-awareness and consciousness was Table Mountain, and in second place was the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden. The rest of the comments varied from solar-powered vineyards to a house made of hemp. But, in the end, it should be said that any place can be eco-friendly, as long as we consciously keep it clean and green.

Below, according to our Facebook fans, are some of the places in Cape Town that are mindful of Mother Nature:

James Boyce: Hemp house in Noordhoek, built by the Hemporium.

Ken Bridgens: Kirstenbosch Gardens. No question. One of the best botanical gardens in the World.

Tamara Mittelstadt: Constantia as they have the recycling facilities lol

Mari Viljoen: Two Oceans Aquarium

Carish Kruger: All about eco-friendliness, eco awareness, healthy living = The Holistic Eco & Lifestyle Fair (Gardens, Cape Town)

Phethang Mabeba: The Lynedoch Eco Village

Marijke Cloete: Spier for promoting farm to table dining and much more.

Fran Meyer: Table Mountain. Easy.

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