How do you spend your money if you’re a billionaire?
That’s what Robert Frank, host of “Secret Lives of the Super Rich,” tries to uncover on a CNBC show, which gives viewers VIP access into the extravagant lives of the wealthiest people on the planet.
Business Insider UK sorted through clips of the show and CNBCs Instagram account, @cnbcsuperrich, and picked out the most lavish expenditures they could find.
Here are some of the most outrageous…
The latest toy for the super rich is a craft that flies underwater. “The minute we went under water, everything felt natural and calm, and it was just like flying,” said host Robert Frank, who got to give it a whirl.
Former tech CEO and avid car collector Antoine Dominic is one of the three lucky people in the world who owns a Lamborghini Veneno, the priciest production car on the road as of 2014. He bought this $4 million car without even seeing it ahead of time, and didn’t take it out for a spin until Robert Frank and CNBC begged for a ride. You can see clips from the maiden voyage here.
Safaris don’t necessarily mean bumpy jeep rides anymore. The super rich have the option of taking a three-week private jet tour of Africa, which includes home-cooked meals from top notch chefs, two-bedroom tents with showers and bathrooms, hot air balloon rides, and bottomless champagne.
They can build indoor-outdoor pools
Owners of this mansion in Snowmass, Colorado created a pool with one half inside and one half outside. If the weather starts looking ominous, one click of a button and a glass wall descends to separate the two sections.
Source: Business Insider UK