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TThe Hluleka chalets are situated on a small hilltop covered in old indigenous trees, striking orange strelitzias and grassy areas where Burchell`s zebra roam and graze. The surrounding forests are home to blue duiker, vervet monkeys, rock dassie, tree dassie, bushbuck, iguana, mongooses and spotted genet. Dolphins frolic in the bay and whales are rare visits that can be seen out in the bay. Hluleka is an excellent birding destination. Birds in the area include the Natal spurfowl, brown-hooded kingfisher, trumpeter hornbill, black cuckoo, diderick cuckoo, Burchell`s coucal, Knysna turaco, African goshawk, long-crested eagle, double-collared sunbird, and more. Types of indigenous trees include coral tree, mzembeet, sneezewood, fig tree, red milk wood, Natal plum and yellow trees, to name a few. Partially hidden up on the hillside, overlooking the beach, are seven double-story chalets - with luxurious bathrooms, big windows and sundecks overlooking the Indian Ocean. Each chalets accommodates four, and is kitted out with modern décor and appliances, a television and all the amenities necessary for a relaxing stay. Accommodation is self - catering.