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  • Hiking & Other By / 26th May, 2016

    Stunning beaches, temperate rainforests, wildlife viewing and storm watching are just a few of the fantastic, awe-inspiring experiences when hiking the trails in Tofino and Ucluele

  • Whale Watching By / 26th May, 2016

    Whale watching from shore can be a challenge, unless you have very good binoculars and tremendous patience and/or a hefty dose of good fortune.

  • Fishing By / 26th May, 2016

    Many great fishing tour companies in town that will cater to your needs.

  • Surfing By / 26th May, 2016

    The many beaches of the west coast provide some varied and unique surfing experiences. Just a short distance away are Chesterman beach, and Cox bay.

  • Chesterman Beach South By / 25th May, 2016

    Chesterman Beach – South. This Sandy Tofino Beach is our closest beach! It is approx 2.5Km long. The popular Tofino beach is close to town and has Free Parking.

  • Chesterman Beach North By / 25th May, 2016

    Chesterman Beach North. This popular Tofino beach is close to town and has Free Parking.

  • Cox Bay By / 25th May, 2016

    Cox Bay – Very close to Tofino Panorama, Free Parking. Cox Bay is a popular Surf spot, it has a consistent Beach break.

  • Wickaninnish Beach By / 25th May, 2016

    Wickaninnish Beach is at the South end of Long Beach which is located in the Pacific Rim National Park. Beach access, trails and view points can be enjoyed.

  • Tonquin Beach By / 25th May, 2016

    Tonquin Beach. Just an 8 minute walk from down-town Tofino. A short hike along the Boardwalk Trail with a few Stairs takes You to this Beautiful Beach.

  • Long Beach By / 25th May, 2016

    Long Beach is Located in Pacific Rim National Park and is a Popular Surf Beach. Long Beach and Schooner Cove span 16 km.


  • Jun

    Tofino Food and Wine Festival Event Time: No time set / Event Location: Tofino Botanical Gardens.

    Tofino Food and Wine Festival  celebrates the marriage of food and wine, with the main event, Grazing in the Gardens, showcasing local culinary talents and British Columbia wines