If your bathtub isn't quite living up to your relaxation expectations, why not try something a little... bigger? This Groupon for Homestead Crater, Utah, will let you and your adventure buddy spend a day soaking and snorkeling in the blue mineral water. This deal takes "treat yourself" to a whole new depth—literally.
Homestead Crater, located in Midway, Utah, has three different deals that cater to groups as big as six people. Whether you'd rather spend the day with your closest friend, or the whole squad, you'll find one that fits your needs.
Depending on if you and your S/O or bestie want a relaxing day for two, prices start at $28, or only $14 per person. The bundle includes 40 minutes of soak time in the mineral waters of the crater, as well as gear for snorkeling!
If you want to include a group of your favorite people, you can snag four sets of snorkel gear and the same soak time for $56, or bring six of your favs for only $82.50.
The packages are only valid Monday - Thursday, and reservations are required. Purchases are limited to only one per person, but you can buy two more as gifts.
The crater is a popular attraction in the state and houses refreshing blue mineral water that is perfect for a peaceful dip.
It stays at a lovely temperature thanks to natural heating sources from the earth, between 90 and 96 degrees at all times, which makes it even more relaxing during your visit.
The clear waters provide a spectacular snorkeling setting. It is open from noon until 8 p.m. on the days the deal is available.
Many people visit the crater and enjoy everything from soaking to scuba diving and even stand up paddleboard yoga.
Whether you choose just to enjoy the warm waters and let the sunshine from the large opening create a magical experience, or use the equipment to explore the clear tides, you will love this fantastic deal.
Now you just have to decide who to bring with you!
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