Nature is often an inspiration for us and it has its own unique way of creation. It is often an inspiration for design and architecture. We’ve all come across beautiful tree houses and temporary creations on a tree to live and enjoy nature at it’s best.
In South Africa, there is an entire tree which has been carved into a bar.
The tree is a baobab.
This tree is called the Sunland Big Baobab and it has been actually converted into a bar. The tree is located on Sunland Farm, Limpopo province. There is also a wine cellar inside the tree.
The pub has its own website.
The bar sits on a farm owned by Doug and Heather van Heerden and it offers an indoor space boasting 13-foot-high ceilings and also the ability to accommodate fifteen people at a time.
Has been a visiting place for tourists.
The tree has become a renowned destination for tourists and they enjoy visiting this place and having a chilled beer.
How old is the tree?
The tree has been carbon dated and its age is estimated to be 1,060 years, plus or minus 75 years.
I bet the tree enjoys it.