You Can Go Glamping On A Floating Tent With A Sauna Surrounded By The Ocean In BC
A floating paradise.
Traditionally, camping is meant for the forest, but one place in B.C. brings the Canadian obsession to the high seas. Forget pitching a tent in the middle of the woods; this could become your favourite way to enjoy time in nature. You can go glamping at this B.C. floating tent surrounded by water, and it's as peaceful as it sounds.
The Lagoon Float Camp is in Clayoquot Sound, a five-and-half-hour drive from Vancouver. To reach the remote piece of paradise, you'll need to take a short 15-minute boat ride from Tofino.
Thankfully, you don't need to worry about booking a ship to take you over. Included in your reservation is the shuttle ride that departs the Tofino marina.
Narcity spoke to the owner of this vacation property who said that this unique spot "allows people to have a real taste of remote wilderness."
While theis off-the-grid, it certainly is more luxurious than you would expect.
There is one main building that is the kitchen and dining area. It is the perfect spot to make a tasty breakfast, or pour some cocktails to enjoy with your friends.
Behind the kitchen, there is even a. Once you add a few logs to the fire, you'll be able to enjoy the soothing spa-like experience.
Just a few steps away, you'll see a. There is enough room for four people, as it has a queen bed and two single beds.
Once you get under the duvet, you'll quickly drift to sleep as you enjoy the relaxing sound of the splashing water.
In the day, you'll want to relax on the large deck. It is a great spot to enjoy the view of the private bay, and if you are lucky, you might see river otters.
During the summer, you can also dive into the water and swim. Or you can explore the nearby sights in the complimentary rowboat.
It is available for rent on Airbnb for $713 per night for four people. So split between your friends, it would be $178 a person.
Lagoon Float Camp
Price Per Night: $713
Why You Need To Go: You can enjoy the extraordinary experience of glamping over the water.