Buffelspoort, is a deep gorge and river valley situated in the Western Cape province of South Africa.
It is located at the far western end of the Swartberg Mountain range and of the Little Karoo, south of Laingsburg. It is the gorge through which the Buffels river flows, southwards. (It is not to be confused with the Buffelspoort Dam, an unrelated land-form which is far to the north in North West Province, South Africa.)
The vegetation of this remote and untouched gorge is predominantly the arid, succulent-rich Gamka Thicket vegetation, and includes many endemics, such as Astroloba cremnophila.