The clouded leopards at the Toronto Zoo are going on vacation this summer but they don’t want to leave their place empty.
Their open-air treehouse will serve as an Airbnb home but for special guests only.
According to the Toronto Zoo, the first guests are a family of lemurs.
The treehouse is available to “book” for $15 a night but unfortunately, humans won’t actually be able to stay in this pad. All proceeds from this booking go towards supporting the Toronto Zoo’s conservation efforts.
To get the donations started, Airbnb is contributing $10,000 to the zoo.
If you’re looking for some wild places that you can actually stay his summer Airbnb has compiled a list that will perfectly fit into your vacay plans.