Modjadjiskloof, South Africa, located about a 25-minute drive from Tzaneen, is home to a very peculiar bar, one that exists in the belly of an African baobab tree.
The Sunland Baobab is billed as the largest baobab on earth and is said to be more than 4,000 years old. About a dozen people can cram into the baobab's trunk and enjoy a local beer in a frosty mug, but because of the limited space and relatively stale air, visitors won't want to rub elbows for too long.
After getting a feel for the place, patrons can spill out onto the picnic area and chat around the fire pit. Kids will be drawn to the property's gigantic log swing, playground area and to Sunland Farm's herd of cows and calves.
Perhaps the best way to enjoy the Sunland Baobab is to rent it out for a private party, which can be arranged. http://www.bigbaobab.co.za.
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