Bucaco Sud is situated in Betty’s Bay on the scenic whale coast route between Cape Town and Hermanus. Being a part of Southern Africa’s first internationally recognized UNESCO Biosphere Nature Reserve (The Kogelberg) the whole area is considered the heart of the Cape Floral Kingdom with some 1600 species.
Individually decorated and comfortable rooms with percale cotton bedding. Some of these rooms of the most spectacular views of the coastline and sea.
In room facilities include: tea/ coffee complimentary trays, heaters, Sat TV and WiFi. Most rooms come equipped with showers except the “Southern Right “room with a romantic Victorian bath.
Comprehensive tourist information, magazines and other reading material available.
Breakfasts are a time to indulge on our freshly baked goodies, brewed coffee and loose your thoughts to the splendour of the great views.
The Harold Porter National Botanical gardens with indigenous flowers, fynbos covered mountain slopes, waterfalls , streams and dark pools is within minutes walking from Buçaco Sud.
There are superb unspoilt sandy beaches, fresh water lakes, a coastal marine reserve and a colony of African penguins at Stoney Point (one of only three on the African continent).
The Expedition Project is a social enterprise! Please use the enquiry form below – by doing so you are supporting both this partner and nearby community and conservation projects at no extra cost. You will also get access to similar projects, accommodation discounts and special offers.
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