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This Floating Sauna Lets You Get Toasty In The Middle Of The Pacific Ocean

A tug boat pulls you around!

Vancouver Staff Writer
This Floating Sauna Lets You Get Toasty In The Middle Of The Pacific Ocean

This floating sauna in Tofino, B.C., lets you get toasty in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

However, the unique experience will cost you — $800 to be exact.

What you get is pretty cool, though. It's the ultimate West Coast experience — getting all the views while a tug boat pulls you around all day. Plus, you'll be super warm.

The price is for you and three other guests.

A boat pulls a floating sauna across the water.A boat pulls a floating sauna across the water.Marcus Paladino | Tofino Resort + Marina

The sauna is wood-fired so it will keep you nice and cozy on those colder days.

Jill Salter Tofino Resort + Marina

Don't worry about overheating — you can chill on the dock of the sauna outside or take a dip into the ocean whenever you would like.

Jill Salter | Tofino Resort + Marina

There is also a lounging hammock just outside of the sauna to lay on if you want to feel like you are floating over the ocean.

The whole experience will allow you to completely unplug from the world and re-connect with nature and yourself.

While you float along the ocean keep your eyes peeled for any sea life — you may be able to spot whales and other wildlife.

Tofino Resort + Marina

Kayaks and paddle-boards are also available for use if you want to take a break from the floating sauna.

Jill Salter | Tofino Resort + Marina

If this all wasn't enough, the tour guide will also help you catch crab and prawns during your experience.

Jill Salter | Tofino Resort + Marina

The restaurant back at the marina, called 1909, will cook your fresh catch for you once returning.

This whole thing sounds like a fun experience with ultra-cozy vibes.

West Coast floating sauna experience

Jill Salter | Tofino Resort + Marina

Price: $800 for four guests

Address: Tofino Resort + Marina, 634 Campbell St., Tofino, BC

Why You Need To Go: This would be the ultimate cozy experience. Imagine floating along the ocean on a rainy day and relaxing in a wood-fired sauna while doing so.

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    Ashley Harris
    Vancouver Staff Writer
    Ashley Harris is a Staff Writer for Narcity Canada's Western Desk focused on restaurants in Vancouver, and is based in Vancouver, British Columbia.
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