"Temple Gardens Hotel & Spa" by Cheryl Chase via Tourism Saskatchewan

For anyone who didn’t think there was anything more perfect than relaxing in a natural hot spring, let us introduce you to the mineral spas in Canada’s Saskatchewan province.

They’re a game changer.

The mineral heavy and characteristically warm waters have attracted droves of people across the world for centuries. As natural homeopathic remedies for ailments and muscle soreness became more popular, the health benefits of mineral spas quickly gained a new following, as well. Beyond their healing properties, they’re also just some of the most insane five-star luxury resorts on the planet.

The mineral spas nestled in the valleys of Canada’s prairie region in Saskatchewan are certainly no different. For a truly relaxing and invigorating experience, be sure to stay at one of these insane resorts the next time you’re in the Great White North.

"Temple Gardens Mineral Hotel & Spa" by Greg Huszar via Tourism Saskatchewan

For a luxurious retreat

Visit the Temple Gardens Mineral Spa. Guests are encouraged to take multiple dips in the mineral waters to receive the optimal therapeutic relief they need, and with the resort frequently ranking as one of the top three in all of Canada, it’s hard to pass up the opportunity. Another perk is the close proximity to downtown Moose Jaw, with numerous hiking trails throughout the area, perfect for finding balance and rejevenation. When you add in the mornings spent at the spa, you’ll be hard pressed to find a reason to leave this sanctuary.

"Manitou Springs Resort and Mineral Spa" by Tourism Saskatchewan/Manitou Springs Hotel & Mineral Spa

For a quiet oasis

Introduce your girlfriends to Manitou Springs Resort and Mineral Spa. Located in the quiet, northern region of Saskatchewan, the resort’s day passes and spas specials seem perfectly designed to convert new mineral spa-goers into frequent faithfuls. Called “The Dead Sea of Canada,” the buoyancy of the waters will do more than just offer therapeutic release. The mineral density is so high that the waters will actually help support and lift your body toward the surface, so you’re literally floating on life.