There are many enchanting tree tunnels in the world, and one of these can be found in Johannesburg in South Africa. But here’s the catch, this is actually not a natural forest but a man-made one.
The Jacaranda trees, which you see in the photo above, are not native to this place but are imported from South America. These are native to South American countries like Brazil, Peru, Argentina and Uruguay. About 49 species of this tree were moved over a hundred years ago. The best time to go here is in October when the flowers are in full bloom.
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