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Big Baobab Tree Bar
South Africa

Sunland Nursery is home to the largest Baobab Tree in the world and possibly the only tree with a bar inside – known as “The Tree Bar” or “The Baobab Bar”. The “Big Baobab”, is situated in the foothills of the legendary Modjadji Cycad Reserve in Modjadjiskloof (previously Duiwelskloof) near Tzaneen in Limpopo Province, South Africa and is famous internationally for being the widest of its species in the world and, having a Bar inside.

The Sunland “Big Baobab Tree Bar” is 22 meters high and 47 meters in circumference at the base and has naturally hollowed out providing space for “The Tree Bar”. It has been carbon dated to be around 6 000 years old. The “Big Baobab Tree Bar” has even made the front page of the Wall Street Journal!

Day visitors are welcome and there is accommodation in the form of thatched “jungalows” with en-suite bathrooms, a pool, bush spa and a tree house.

www.BigBaobab.co.za

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Uploaded: 06/01/2010
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