There is an historical Baobab tree near the confluence of the Olifants and Letaba Rivers (near Olifant's Restcamp), where GR Von Wielligh and company set up their camp number 19. Von Wielligh was one of the original surveyors in the area, and who carved his name on the tree in 1891.
The Von Wielligh Baobab tree can be found about 8km north of Olifants Rest Camp in Kruger Park, next to the S93 gravel road near the junction of the S44.
This iconic African tree grows in the Kruger National Park and has a curious-looking shape. Baobab trees can grow to enormous sizes and bear fruit that are nutritious and make a refreshing drink. Learn more about the mighty African Baobab Tree
There are some iconic, and some might say famous Baobab Trees in Kruger National Park. Learn more about some interesting Kruger Park Natural Heritage Sites.