Zanzibar is an exotic destination, but this hotel is an attraction in itself.
Here you live underwater - and you want to go snorkeling among colorful fish before breakfast, just go for a swim.
Maybe not for the one with claustrophobia, but for those who thrive in small rooms and in the wet element, this must be the dream!
It's the travel agency Genberg Underwater Hotels, who offers these amazing trips, where you get to sleep without the sound of a discotheque nearby, and if you're rich you can even buy a unit for your family.
This Swedish company was formed in 2006. It has been developing the concept with the express intention of launching more underwater rooms around the world.
Living underwater is the essence of the concept, a fascination worldwide.
It is an adventure in the truest sense of the word. A uniquely absorbing experience.
What began as an inspired work of installation art in a Swedish lake has now reached the Indian Ocean island of Pemba.
Mikael Genberg is a Swedish artist who has become famous for his spectacular and sometimes controversial art projects, but more recently for his work with what he describes as ‘alternative dwellings’. He began his career working with the traditional art forms such as sculpture and painting. Today his creations have developed their own distinctively unique signature. His work is now strongly characterised by functionality and has strong aspects of realism.
Two of his most famous creations are, the Otter Inn, an underwater hotel three and a half meters below the surface of Lake Mälaren and the Woodpecker Hotel, where guests can look across the city of Västerås from 13 meters up in an old oak tree.
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