Buya Futhi Bed and Breakfast ( B&B ) is situated on the first World Heritage site, Kwa-Zulu Natal, in the Republic of South Africa. The St Lucia Estuary and Cape Vidal (Isimangaliso) were classified as World Heritage site in 1999 and since then has become one of the best places on the continent to view Africa’s wildlife as it was supposed to be seen; unaltered and unharmed.
Buya Futhi Bed and Breakfast is a unique stone building built in the 1980’s when there was a brick shortage in Kwa-Zulu Natal. It is situated on the furthest street from the hustle and bustle of St Lucia’s main street, but is still just a seven (7) minute walk away from the restaurants and boutiques which line it.
Enjoy a slice of life in our establishment, where good quality service is our number one priority. Please come and put our motto to the test, sit back, relax and enjoy a slice of life.
Buya Futhi offers five (5) en suite rooms. All rooms come equipped with tea/coffee trays, ceiling fans, air-conditioning units, and an individual hair-drying unit. We offer safe parking, and full access to all of our amenities (satellite TV lounge, reading lounge, etc.
Buya Futhi B&B Activities:
- Walking Trails
- Eco-Marine Tour
- Horseback Safaris
- Deep Sea Fishing
- Eastern Shores Tour
- Saltwater Fly Fishing
- Turtle Tours (Nov-Mar)
- Cultural Village Tours
- Cape Vidal Adeventure
- Cane Cutters Bird Park
- Whale Watching (June-Nov)
- Hippo and Crocodile Tours
- Hluhluwe / Umfolzi Game Drives
- Night and Chameleon Drives
- Crocodile and Snake Center and Cycad Garden
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Buya Futhi B&B Guest Reviews
Average Guest Rating:
out of 5
based on 3
Lovely setting, easy to find and spontaneous, friendly and helpful reception. Ample, neat facilities. Very safe. Clean sparkling pool too.
Rating: Reviewed by Ane De Wet over a year ago
We stayed one night at buya futhi. Everything went to our satisfaction, the owner we met is a very nice person and really helpfull to.
Rating: Reviewed by Olivia Rickenbach over a year ago
Rating: Reviewed by Caroline Vigot over a year ago