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3 years earlyer

We should have come on our first roundtrip three years earlyer. At that time the tree was still in... read more

Reviewed 21 December 2017
on4ajt
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Leopoldsburg, Belgium
Old, glorious But Fallen now!

We visited this place with great expectation to see the big old tree but it's completely fallen... read more

Reviewed 29 April 2017
Aasiyam90
,
Santiago, Chile
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Reviewed 22 March 2018 via mobile

Disappointing to drive all the way out only to find the ‘tree’ no longer exists and is a pile of rubble (which they still insist you pay to look at). Don’t waste your time - long drive, bad signage. Nothing there to see but what...More

2  Thank ruggerob123
Reviewed 21 December 2017

We should have come on our first roundtrip three years earlyer. At that time the tree was still in its full glory with bar inside. Today its been disrupted in several parts but still impressive to see and you don't need much imagination to see...More

1  Thank on4ajt
Reviewed 10 November 2017

I really wanted to see this. Imagine my disappointment after driving out of our way on a really bad road. There is little or nothing to see. It is very sad, but life goes on. I wouldn't waste my time.

1  Thank DCody
Reviewed 29 October 2017 via mobile

These trees are so amazing and beautiful the tree that split into two pieces keeps on growing it is just amazing to see the size's of these trees and how beautiful they are there is also a small area where you can sit and enjoy...More

Thank Annarina R
Reviewed 25 October 2017 via mobile

The boabab is still huge even though part of it has broken,would recommend pictures being taken from the right side or back of the tree.The bar is also still visible,the aside room is dark and smells.It could be better.

Thank Resfeber13
Reviewed 29 April 2017

We visited this place with great expectation to see the big old tree but it's completely fallen now, no bar inside. it must have been very spectacular, sadly we missed it by some days. But the area is green, fresh, and the lodge behind the...More

2  Thank Aasiyam90
Reviewed 5 February 2017 via mobile

After a 1,5km dirt road, arriving at this great tree. Imagine the fabulous age of this tree, something like 1500-2000 yrs and see it's impressive size and still alive. It's allmost an eco system on it's own. A 1/4 part has broken off, but it...More

Thank T W
Reviewed 1 January 2017 via mobile

Myself and 9 friends have been staying at the baobab tree for the past 5 nights. What an incredible stay we have had! The Jungalows are cosy and the outdoor bathrooms are an absolute treat ! The main treehouse is great fun when there is...More

Thank HarrietThompson
Reviewed 27 December 2016

We arrived after noted closing time and were still permitted to see the tree and offered refreshments once we were Don. An hour and a half after closing time we were sat in the amazing garden, looking at this truly amazing tree. The staff were...More

Thank moodieancic
Reviewed 26 October 2016

What a magnificent tree - sad that is has been so abused - in our opinion. Certainly worth seeing. One section of the tree has broken away from the main stem, so 'the pub' can no longer be used [I'm so glad]......it is however still...More

2  Thank Sandy W
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