10 Bars at the End of the World

(Photo: South African Tourism)

Baobabs are among the widest trees in the world and this particular one is a whopper. At 155 feet around, the Sunland Baobob in Limpopo, South Africa is the largest in the continent. It's the location of a nice bar, located in the interior of the tree. The bar is designed to look like a classic English pub. It even has a dartboard. Up to 20 people can fit into the pub comfortably, drinking beer stored in the bar's literal root cellar.

This is 1 of 10 unusual bars located at remote or extreme locations rounded up by Atlas Obscura. The list includes one in Antarctica that distills its own vodka, the only bar on Pitcairn Island, and one in Scotland that is usually accessed by a boat ride.

-via Marilyn Bellamy

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