Victoria is the perfect getaway spot from Vancouver and it's a must-see for anyone coming to B.C. for the first time. Who doesn't love eating berry waffles on the scenic ferry ride over? There is a breathtaking waterfront spa in Victoria that is a paradise for anyone who loves the ocean.

Boathouse Spa is only a few hours from Vancouver, at the Oak Bay Beach Hotel in Victoria. It is just a two-hour ferry ride from Vancouver, plus a quick drive to the oceanfront resort.

Even Prince Harry and Megan Markle recently enjoyed all that Vancouver Island has to offer. When some people visit Victoria, they don't really want to leave.

At this Vancouver Island spa, you can unwind in their mineral baths while enjoying magnificent panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and Mount Baker. It's perfect for anyone who drove over from Vancouver to relax.

Best of all, you won't even feel the cold and rain while you're cuddled up inside a hot tub.

Inside the heated mineral baths, you'll experience pure bliss. It is the ideal spot to enjoy the view around you.

The outdoor pools are open year-round but during the colder months is the most affordable time to go.

During the summer season, to visit the hot tubs, you'll need to be a guest of the hotel or buy a spa treatment.

But, savvy travellers like us know that you can save money if you visit right now. You can get a day pass for $59 + tax until February 29, 2020.

You won't need to pay for a room at the hotel or any other expensive spa service.

Instead, the day pass gets you a four-hour stay where you can alternate between all the mineral baths.

You'll probably love this experience a lot more than a boozy brunch and it will leave you feeling more satisfied.

To use the pass, you will need to visit from Monday to Thursday, excluding holidays, and to make a reservation to confirm when you will visit.

Boathouse Spa

Price: $59 for a day pass

When: Until February 29, 2020

Address: 1175 Beach Dr., Victoria, BC

Why You Need To Go: You can soak in steamy hot tubs with views of the Pacific Ocean and Mount Baker.