The Kolimbiné in the Senegal catchment area (centre)
|Drainage via||Senegal → Atlantic|
|Source||in the Hodh El Gharbi region of Mauritania|
|Mouth||5 km above Kayes into Senegal
|Discharge at gauge Kabaté pont
AEo: 25,285 km²
Location: 40 km upstream of the estuary
0.2 l/(s km²)
The Kolimbiné (Colombiné) is a right tributary of the Senegal River in Mali and Mauritania.
The river rises in Mauritania in the Hodh El Gharbi region. It runs in a southwesterly direction, forming part of the border between the two states. The Kolimbiné flows into Senegal 5 km above Kayes.
The flow rate of the Kolimbiné was measured (in m³/s) at the hydrological station Kabaté pont at the largest part of the catchment, averaged over the years 1968 to 1993.