The post tree, according to legend, in 1500, a commander named Paidro led a ship passing here, hung a letter stuffed in riding boots on this tree, and hurried out to sea. Until the following year, a commander of the East India Fleet discovered this letter. Since then, this tree has become, and since then this tree has become an information transfer station connecting Europe and the Far East. The first South African post office was also set up here, and the postal tree got its name. Currently, the postal tree is still in use.
On the lawn of the Post Tree Park in Mossel Bay, there is the skull and spine of a big whale. There is a monument to the boots under the post tree. More than 500 years ago, there was a commander named Padro who led the ship. After passing here, I put a letter in my boots, and someone found the letter the following year and passed it on. Then this tree became the Voyager’s post office!
The post tree is an indispensable attraction for tourism in South Africa. The tree has a history of five hundred years. The postal boots tell the history of postal delivery, which is very meaningful!
The postal tree with a history of 500 years is very interesting. The boots represent the letter tube. The tree is very large and it is a very meaningful attraction.
This is a very famous attraction. When you come to South Africa, you must come here. It is said that there is a very touching story here, so you must come and see
I visited the Tourism office in the hope of picking up a map of Mossel Bay as well as getting a few pointers as to what was worthwhile visiting. There were 3 people in the office; two engaged in a con...