Bawa Falls

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Bawa Falls are horsetail waterfalls, situated in the Transkei region of the Eastern Cape province, South Africa. The falls have a single drop of 103 meters (338 feet) with an average width of 2 meters (5 feet).[1]

They are located beside the village of KwaNdotshanga, near Butterworth, on a western tributary of the Gcuwa River, which in turn is a northern tributary of the Great Kei River.

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Coordinates: 32°23′36″S 28°07′43″E / 32.39333°S 28.12861°E / -32.39333; 28.12861