Buffels Bay or Buffalo Bay, is part of the famous Garden Route in South Africa. The name comes from a shipwreck in the 1700's, when a ship carrying buffalo crashed into the rocks. Or at least this is what they say.
Buffels Bay is the jewel of the Garden Route and is situated in a National Parks Board Reserve. The beaches are long, covered in white sand and the climate is excellent.
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