Fever Tree

Where can I see the Fever Tree

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A Fever Tree is a tall, slender tree that grows in tropical and subtropical regions. Its leaves are large and leathery, and its flowers are small and white. The tree gets its name from the fact that it often grows in areas where there is a lot of heat and humidity, which can make people feel feverish.

Fever Trees are usually found in rainforests, but they can also grow in other habitats such as savannas and woodlands. They typically bloom between March and June, although this can vary depending on the region.

If you're lucky enough to see a Fever Tree in the wild, you'll be able to appreciate its beauty up close. The best time to see these trees is during the flowering season, when their delicate blossoms are in full bloom.

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Geeky Facts about the Fever Tree

Fact 1

It is a prominent feature in the lowveld region of South Africa.

Fact 2

The fever tree gets its common name from pioneers who believed that the tree caused fevers.

Fact 3

It was introduced as a landscaping tree into Taiwan, India and California.

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4 days from

£995 / person

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Kilimanjaro

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Activity Level
1 - Easy

5 days from

£1,175 / person

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