Sunland Baobab - Duiwelskloof, South Africa

This is among the largest baobab trees in South Africa and measures 72 ft in height, with a diameter of 155 ft, which makes it the widest on the African continent. It is estimated the tree is some 6,000 years old. Baobab trees naturally hollow out after around 1,000 years and the Van Heerden family came up with the idea of creating a pub inside the tree. Although small, the rustic pub can accommodate 15 people and has 13-ft high ceilings.