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If You're Stoked About The New Harry Potter Theme Park, Then You Obviously Haven't Seen THIS Yet!

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Uh oh, better get your swim trunks, and a plane ticket to Dubai (they're roughly the same price right?) because there's a new theme park in town, and get this…

…It's completely underwater! That's right the world's largest underwater tourism sit will be called the Pearl of Dubai!

Wow, if you said we'd have the chance to get into hot water in Dubai, we would have thought of Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, and said, "no thanks!"

But this sounds great!

The five acres of explorable waters will be situated in the shallow waves off The World Islands development! It's been designed to look like an ancient lost city (not Detroit) by the team involved with Avatar and Pirates of the Caribbean.

Reef Worlds, the underwater tourism design company, announced the plans today! We're bubbling with excitement!

Speaking of bubbles, you'll be able to explore the area either by scuba or snorkel!

No word yet on whether you'll be serenaded underwater by a crab, but we'll take what we can get!

[Image via Reef World.]

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2 comments to “If You're Stoked About The New Harry Potter Theme Park, Then You Obviously Haven't Seen THIS Yet!”

  1. Marisa Beatriz says – reply to this


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    I wonder how much damage this will do to the environment on top of the islands they already build off the coast. They destroyed the migration route underwater animals travel yearly for migration.

  2. Sarah Turner says – reply to this


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    Actually none. I worked on this project as a marine biologist. It is estimated this site will generate reef species habitat in a big way. Migration route? What species are you referring to, can you add a link?