8. The Big Boabab, Modjadjiskloof Limpopo
The big baobab at Sunland Nursery is 47m wide holding a pub within its trunk.
Standing 24m it is the largest baobab in the world and estimated to be around 6,000 years old.
9. The Shoe House Mpumalanga
The Shoe House calls to mind the nursery rhyme of the little lady that lived in a shoe.
With a small museum, art gallery, Alfa Omega Cave curio shop, and tea garden, it will cost you R3per person for museum and art gallery and R50 for the cave.
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