Bedroom in the sea: The Manta Resort on Pemba Island, off Tanzania, offers guests the chance to stay in a Swedish-designed underwater bedroom.
Moving wallpaper: The daytime view is of shoals of reef fish such as bat fish and trumpet fish.
Night vision: At night, spotlights outside the bedroom windows attract and illuminate the shy crowd.
Swedish inspiration: The company behind this design also launched The Utter Room in 2000, another underwater room in the middle of a lake in Sweden.
Sky deck: The three-level floating structure has a sky deck on the roof, and incredible views of the stars at night.
Middle of the ocean: Well, not quite middle of the ocean. The underwater room is located 250 meters off shore.
The Blue Hole: The room floats above The Blue Hole, which resort representatives say is an anomaly in the coral reef -- "A perfectly protected spot" that's a circular hole inhabited by large coral heads and vibrant marine life.
Back at the island: The rest of the resort is located on the coast of Pemba Island. The recipient of only a few dozen foreign visitors annually, the island has a population of 300,000 and is the world's largest producer of cloves. In addition to cloves, mangoes, coconuts and other fruit are grown on plantations on the island.