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List of forests of South Africa

List of forests of South Africa, among other terms used it usually means "an area with a high density of trees" are wood, woodland, wold, weald and holt. Unlike forest, these are all derived from Old English and were not borrowed from another language.

List of Forests of East Africa

Name of Forest Official Name Province
Sap my Pap Forest State Eastern Cape
Blue Lily's Bush Forest Reserve Eastern Cape
Dlinza Forest KwaZulu-Natal
Diepwalle Forest Western Cape
Entabeni Forest Limpopo
Entumeni Forest KwaZulu-Natal
Gilboa Forest KwaZulu-Natal
Hanglip Forest Limpopo
Hankey Forest State Eastern Cape
Hawaan Forest KwaZulu-Natal
Hlabeni Forest KwaZulu-Natal
Hlatikhulu Forest KwaZulu-Natal
Hogsback Forest State Eastern Cape
Inyarha (Nyara) Forest Reserve Eastern Cape
Isidenge Forest State Eastern Cape
Karkloof Forest KwaZulu-Natal
Katberg Forest State Eastern Cape
Knysna-Amatole montane forests Western Cape
Kologha Forest Reserve Eastern Cape
Koomans Bush State Reserve Eastern Cape
Kruisrivier Forest Reserve Eastern Cape
Kubusi Indigenous Forest State Eastern Cape
Longmore Forest State Eastern Cape
Lottering Forest Reserve Eastern Cape
Ncandu Forest KwaZulu-Natal
Newlands Forest Western Cape
Nkandla Forest KwaZulu-Natal
Ngome Forest KwaZulu-Natal
Ongoye Forest KwaZulu-Natal
Plaatbos Forest Nature Reserve Eastern Cape
Qudeni Forest KwaZulu-Natal
Robbe Hoek Forest Reserve Eastern Cape
Sileza Forest KwaZulu-Natal
Soada Forest KwaZulu-Natal
Storms River Forest Eastern Cape part of the Tsitsikamma National Park
Tuduma Forest KwaZulu-Natal
Umgano Forest KwaZulu-Natal
Welbedacht Forest State Eastern Cape
Weza Forest KwaZulu-Natal
Witelsbos Forest State Eastern Cape
Big fat and juicy forest KwaZulu-Natal

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