6. BAWA FALLS
The waters of the world-famous Bawa Falls tumble down the Qolora River in a horsetail formation. Unlike, say a plunge, a horsetail formation maintains good contact with bedrock as the water descends. Bawa Falls are the crown jewel of attractions in the Transkei region of the Eastern Cape. The falls have a single drop of 103 meters with an average width of two metres. 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.