The ice will soon be melting away on Ontario's gorgeous waters, and you can explore so many dreamy pools and lakes this spring. This unique water adventure won't just bring you stunning views from above, it will reveal what lies beneath the turquoise waves as well. The best part is, you won't even need to get wet to explore the deep blue lake. Ontario's glass-bottom boat cruise will take you over ancient shipwrecks this spring.
If you plan to spend your warm-weather days drifting around some of the province's stunning pools, then you need to plan a cruise on one of these boats.
Tobermory has become one of Ontario's prized gems, with its magical grotto and bright blue waters.
The area is also home to sunken ships, and you can hop on board a clear-bottomed boat to get an up-close view.
Blue Heron Cruises offers a one-and-a-half-hour adventure around Tobermory, and it will take you over two 19th century shipwrecks.
You can observe the historic drowned boats from the transparent floor, so you can take in all the incredible views without getting wet.
You'll also get to see Big Tub Lighthouse, as well as cruise a narrow channel with rocky coves.
The final stop is the renowned Flowerpots at Flowerpot Island. These unique rock formations are known for their strange shape and towering size.
The island is home to rare species of plants and rocky caverns.
The cruise reopens on May 16 and runs until mid-October.
Prices range from $33.40 to $40.71 per adult depending on the season for the stay-aboard cruise.
You can also take a drop-off ride, where you can get off and explore Flowerpot Island. Admission for this cruise starts at $40.17 per adult.
There are several other cruise companies that offer similar adventures in the area as well.
Forget your goggles at home and hop on board one of these glass-bottom boats for some incredible sights this spring.
Blue Heron Cruises
Price: $33.40 + per adult
When: Opens May 16, 2020
Address: 7425 Highway 6, Tobermory, ON
Why You Need To Go: Drift over historic shipwrecks and past incredible rock formations on this glass-bottomed cruise.