21 outrageous ways the super rich spend their money

What do you do with billions of dollars?

That’s what Robert Frank, host of “Secret Lives of the Super Rich,” tries to uncover on the CNBC show, which gives viewers VIP access into the extravagant lives of the wealthiest people on the planet.

We sorted through clips of the show and CNBCs Instagram account, @cnbcsuperrich, and picked out the most lavish expenditures we could find.

Here are 21 ways the super rich like to spend their money:

They can fly luxury underwater planes.

(Instagram) Check it out: a #PrivateJet that flies #underwater it's the #ultimate #toy for #billionaires! go down with us 10P Tues on SECRET LIVES OF THE SUPER RICH only on CNBC 6/24 #JetSet #millionaire #submarine #billionaire #yacht #toy #falcon #VIP #exclusive #billionaire #PJ

A photo posted by #SuperRich (@cnbcsuperrich) on Jun 19, 2014 at 4:19am PDT

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,' (Instagram) said host Robert Frank, who got to give it a whirl.

They can drive $4 million Lamborghini Veneno's.

(Instagram) We love this $US4M grin! The 1st ever #Lamborghini #Veneno #joyride. Ride shotgun with us: only on CNBC... You can't afford to miss it! #Lambo #VIP #SuperCar #exoticcar #millionaire

A photo posted by #SuperRich (@cnbcsuperrich) on Jun 27, 2014 at 6:40pm PDT

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 (Instagram) bought this $US4 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 (Instagram) here.

They can take $80,000 'safari's' in private jets.

(Instagram) Best Sunday morning ever! #HotAirBalloon views over #Serengeti & buckets full of #Champagne on ice! #SuperRich #Safari #luxury #Abercrombie&Kent SECRET LIVES OF THE SUPER RICH only on CNBC... You can't afford to miss it! See you next season ;)

A photo posted by #SuperRich (@cnbcsuperrich) on Mar 30, 2014 at 6:10am PDT

Safari's don't necessarily mean bumpy jeep rides anymore. The super rich have the option of taking a three-week (Instagram) 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 create megaclosets the size of homes.

(Instagram) Her closet is 3 stories tall, 3,000 sq ft & packed with heels! Like it if you LOVE it. Follow if you want IN! SECRET LIVES OF THE SUPER RICH Tuesday 10P ET/PT only on CNBC #closet #louboutin #mansion #SheCave #megaCloset #instaRich #mega #luxury #luxe

A photo posted by #SuperRich (@cnbcsuperrich) on Mar 28, 2015 at 1:45pm PDT

Socialite Theresa Roemer's three-story, 3,000-square foot closet is modelled after the department store Neiman Marcus. She's not the only one with a megacloset -- check out more luxury closets of the super rich (Instagram) here.

They can pimp their mega-mansions with multi-million dollar theatres.

They can have champagne delivered to them via parachute.

They can build megamansions and leave them vacant.

(Instagram) $US195,000,000 of drama at the entrance of this #Beverlyhills #mansion #LA #VIP #billionaire

A photo posted by #SuperRich (@cnbcsuperrich) on Jun 12, 2015 at 7:04am PDT

Sometimes the super rich have too many homes to keep track of. This $US195 million Palazzo di Amore in Beverly Hills -- with 12 rooms, 22 bathrooms, a 50-seat movie theatre, and a 12-acre vineyard -- (Instagram) has been vacant for eight years.

They can drive their fancy cars in a 'playground for wealthy car owners.'

(Instagram) When your Nikes match the #koenigsegg That's #SuperRich Very sweet... And very swede too!

A photo posted by #SuperRich (@cnbcsuperrich) on May 24, 2015 at 9:14am PDT

Driving a super sleek sportscar on an actual road with traffic, pedestrians, and police cars is no fun, so the super rich head to (Instagram) The Thermal Club, a private, 4.5-mile racetrack in La Quinta, CA. They shell out $US85,000 for an individual membership (or $US200,000 for a corporate membership).

They can pay $15,000 for a night in the penthouse suite at the Fairmont Hotel.

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