Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

You Can Sleep Inside A Polar Bear’s Den For Only $246 A Night!

There's so many beautiful places to visit in the world that it's hard to narrow it down to where you'd like to visit most. Whether it's the pyramids in Egypt, or the vast jungles of South America, there's adventure to be found around every corner of the Earth. If you're one of those people that have a passion for traveling, and a love for animals, you may need to add France to your bucket list. Imagine if you could sleep right next to a polar bear! If that sounds like something you'd like to do, Zoo de la Fleche, has an amazing opportunity just waiting for you!

Zoo de la Fleche is located in France's Loire Valley.

The zoo opened in 1946, and now has a very unique perk. You can rent a room, where you can view polar bears, wolves, grizzly bears, and even white tigers!

Zoo de la Fleche is located in France's Loire Valley.

If you want to visit this hotel, you need to start planning now!

The going rate for one night is a whopping $246, and they're booked all the way through 2018. But for that price, you get the full five star hotel experience, and of course, you get to witness these beautiful animals up-close.

If you want to visit this hotel, you need to start planning now!

Zoos all around the world are starting to follow in France's footsteps.

National Zoo and Aquarium, in Australia, allows guests to have a similar experience. If you'd like to have a bubble bath with a polar bear, or sleep next to a shark, this is the place for you!

Zoos all around the world are starting to follow in France's footsteps.

Its twenty lodges have different themes!

In Jamala Wildlife, you can dine with lions or hand-feed giraffes. Ushaka Lodge is surrounded by trees filled with monkeys, and allows you the experience of hand-feeding sharks.

Its twenty lodges have different themes!

These zoos have proven to be extremely successful.

Allowing people to have such close contact with wild animals has afforded the zoos to stay afloat. With increased revenue, they can continue to take care of the animals.

These zoos have proven to be extremely successful.

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