This will be the steamiest ride of your life. Did you know that you can rent hot tub boats in B.C.? It is a unique experience, unlike anything you've done before. Grab your swimsuit because it is time to have the ultimate floating party this summer.
Hot Tub Boat Victoria told Narcity that you "have a totally different view of the surroundings because the boat is at water level, it's like a hot infinity pool."
An infinity pool with continually changing views? Sign us up!
You'll want to make sure to try this experience before summer is over. It is a fantastic way to enjoy time with your closest friends and the breathtaking coastline.
Each boat is a private rental that can fit up to six people at a time. Navigating Victoria's Gorge Waterway is simple, and you don't need a boating license to captain it.
Your rental is for 1.5 blissful hours to celebrate in the sunshine. And, getting the party started couldn't be easier.
Within the boat, you'll find Bluetooth speakers to play your favourite songs, water bottles, and even dry bags to protect your stuff as no one wants their phone to get wet.
To ensure you stay toasty there is an onboard wood stove that keeps the water at 40 C. But if you even get too warm, you can always jump out for a quick swim.
The company got the idea from the Netherlands, but see it as a Canadian activity. They are open year-round for infinity hot tub floats.
This July, Hot Tub Boat Victoria is celebrating their first year of business, and they have big plans moving forward.
They are working on opening more locations in B.C., like in Kelowna and Vancouver, and then across Canada.
Each ride is $65 a person, which is pretty affordable considering you get a private trip and a spa day. So it is time to decide who are you going to invite to join you?
Hot Tub Boat Victoria
Address: 450 Swift St., Victoria, BC
Why You Need To Go: You can drive a hot tub around Victoria this summer with your closest friends.
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