Canada is home to so many natural wonders and the surreal, natural hot springs throughout the country are just one example of how beautiful Canada really is.
Hot springs are a godsend, especially during those cold Canadian winters. So why not take advantage of this gift from nature this year and make a well worth it trek to the natural hot springs this country has to offer?
Canada's second largest hot springs are located in British Columbia and it is a must see. Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park is picturesquely set in a natural and lush boreal spruce forest and we already know that your Instagram will be screaming in excitement.
Not only are the hot springs beautiful, it is also open year-round and costs next to nothing to enjoy. So no matter which season you want to soak away your worries and enter a state of serenity, it is a possibility 365 days of the year.
To access the Liard River Hot Springs, you only need to pay a day use fee of $5 for adults, $3 for children and $10 for families. That is so much cheaper than a day at the spa, and you even get a beautiful, natural view to boot.
You can also go camping in the provincial park to maximize your hot spring time. Liard River Hot Springs is located in the Northern Rockies in British Columbia, at 75100-81198 Alaska Hwy.