Built just off the coast of Tanzania on Pemba Island, it’s billed as “one of those rare gems few people ever get to see.” And indeed it sounds bucketlist-worthy.
(Unfortunately, their marketing team was so enchanted by the resort’s sheer beauty, they forget to add audio to the video, but … you get the gist)
CNN offers the full report, noting:
… the latest underwater structure is a three-story affair, with a rooftop deck, a bathroom and a lounge area at sea level and finally the bedroom downstairs, with the fish.
At night, spotlights under the windows attract and illuminate squid and octopus — a more reclusive crowd than the daytime sea life.
Rates start at a totally reasonable $1500 per night for a two-person stay.
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