Hluleka Nature Reserve is only 772 hectares, yet it has a diversity of habitats that includes picturesque coastal sections of secluded rocky bays interspersed with sandy beaches.
Grassy hilltops and coastal forest make up the interior of the reserve. Birdlife is abundant with numerous shy forest species such as the Narina Trogon, Cape Parrot and Spotted Ground Thrush occurring.
Shy Blue Duiker, Bushpig and Bushbuck occur in the forest patches and scan out to sea from high vantage points will often produce sightings of whales and dolphin pods playing in the breaking waves.
Hluleka’s treasures are easily explored using the numerous hiking trails, and provide numerous photographic opportunities.