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Buffeljags River

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Buffeljags River (Afrikaans for Buffalo hunt), is a river that originates where two other rivers meet, the one being the Grootvadersbos River (Afrikaans for Grandfather's woods) and the other the Tradou River. The confluence is just east of a small town, Suurbraak, Western Cape province. The Tredouw's Pass is situated just north (in the Langeberg) of this meeting point. To the west of the town the river flows into the Buffeljags Dam, the river then heads south to join the Breede River (also known as the Breƫ River), not far from the Bontebok National Park.

Map of Buffeljagsrivier, South Africa

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Buffeljags River Wikipedia


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