The Pub That’s Located Inside a 6,000-Year-Old Tree

If visiting a pub that’s located inside a hollowed-out tree is on your bucket list, you're in luck. Baobabs are long-living trees that are native to Madagascar, mainland Africa, and Australia. To add to the wonder of the species, Baobabs naturally hollow out after 1,000 years. The Sunland Baobab, located in Duiwelskloof, South Africa, is a whopping 72 feet high and 155 feet around, the widest on the entire continent. What sets the 6,000-year-old tree aside from other Baobabs is that it's the home of a pub. The aptly dubbed Tree Bar, which sits on a farm owned by Doug and Heather van Heerden, offers an indoor space boasting 13-foot-high ceilings and the ability to comfortably accommodate 15 people at a time. The van Heerdens put in draft beer lines, a wine cellar, wooden benches, a sound system, dartboards, and an outdoor restaurant area. Over the years, the Tree Bar has been a favorite of locals, hosted parties, and even been the venue of a wedding or two.