Shark Aquarium Underwater Bedroom

Mar 30, 2016

Category: Living

If you were ever the type of kid who had to be dragged away from the aquarium when your school trip was ending – then this raffle from Airbnb might be for you. The company is running a promotion in which you can enter in to win a one night stay in an underwater bedroom surrounded by sharks.

This 360-degree glass enclosure at the Aquarium de Paris sits down inside a tank in which 35 terrifyingly beautiful predators are swimming. Win this raffle, and you won’t only be able to sleep with the fishes – you’ll get a tour of the Aquarium from Fred Buyle, a world class free-diver and shark enthusiast – and will get to watch as he swims around with the sharks. To top it all off, travel expenses will be covered and the next morning you’ll get to wake up to a catered breakfast. The raffle ends April 3rd. [Enter]

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