Penelope Cruz thinks every woman should experience scuba diving with sharks at some point in their lives.
Penelope Cruz loves swimming with sharks.
The 'Vicky Cristina Barcelona' actress - who has children Leo, three, and Luna, 11 months, with husband Javier Bardem - enjoys watching the sea creatures when she goes scuba diving, but insists she isn't ''crazy'' enough to get up close to the biggest and most dangerous of the species out of a contained environment.
Asked what every woman should try at least once, she said: ''Scuba diving--with sharks. I've done it in the Caribbean and Brazil. I think they were lemon sharks or reef sharks. If I ever do it with a great white shark, it will be in a cage. I'm not crazy.''
While the 40-year-old beauty loves scuba diving, her favourite holidays enjoy being lazy on a beach.
She said: ''I like anytime I'm on the beach, in the sun, lying on the sand.''
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She said: ''I would love to visit Patagonia, and then I would go to the Amazon, because I've never been.''
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