Bar in a tree This bar in the trunk of a Baobab has punters travelling from miles around for a brew. It has been created in a huge 72ft high tree in this garden in Limpopo, South Africa, to keep thirsty locals happy. But tourists flock to see the amazing bar inside the hollow 155ft circumference of the trunk. The tree even has its own cellar, with natural ventilation to keep the beer cool. The huge tree, in the grounds of Sunland Farm, is so wide it takes 40 adults with out stretched arms…
Namaqualand, South Africa
Namaqualand is famous for its impressive fields of Namaqua daisies and other wildflowers. This beautiful region of South Africa was made famous by nature photographer, Freeman Patterson. www.freemanpatterson.com/book8.htm www.namaqualand.com I visited Namaqualand in mid August to catch the wildflowers in bloom. The weather was cold at night and cloudy during the day. Bring layers of clothing because it warmed up during the day and cooled off quickly at sunset.
This Canopy Walkway Lets You Walk Above The Trees In Cape Town
Sure, you could take a regular walk in the woods, but why would you do that when you could walk ABOVE the trees? The Kirstenbosch Centenary Tree Canopy Walkway in Cape Town is a raised walkway that lets visitors see the forest and the trees the way a bird or a monkey might.