This section is dedicated not only for you, the traveller, to have a better understanding of who we are but of what the village of Buccoo has to offer.The guest house is located overlooking Buccoo Bay, an idyllic long stretch of white sandy beach and the jetty where fishing boats and tour boats operate from.
From here you can take coastline tours to explore the Caribbean coast as well as shorter trips to the famous Buccoo Reef and our unique Nylon Pool. The Buccoo Reef is one of the most accessible coral reefs in the Caribbean. It is a protected marine park located a short distance off Buccoo Point with a fascinating, colourful marine life. Nylon Pool is a shallow white sand area just in front of Buccoo Reef. The waters of Nylon Pool are said to have the ability to rejuvenate anyone lucky enough to swim in it.
Buccoo is not only famed for having a reef named after it, but also because it hosts the annual and very competitive Buccoo Goat Race Festival. This is a popular and lively event that draws thousands of spectators with the main event being held on Easter Tuesday. Other events also take place during the Tobago Heritage Festival and other occasions during the year. In this event, jockeys and goats race on a 100-yard (300 feet) grass field. Jockeys and their goats may train for months before participating in this event. Goats have their own stables, owners, trainers and jockeys.
On Sunday’s, Buccoo takes centre stage with the traditional Sunday School beach party. This is the "mother of all parties" held on Sunday night every week with visitors to the island mingling with locals coming from as far afield as Charlotteville and Castara. On this night the sweet songs of the village steel band Buccooneers caress one's soul. Afterwards the party goes into full swing as local DJ's take charge with their infectious mixture of soca, calypso, reggae and dancehall. The party starts at 8 pm and goes on to the early hours of the next morning.