Tofino - Ucluelet - Pacific Rim National Park

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Accommodations

Terrace Beach Resort   - Jason Priestley & family invite you to visit our beautiful beachfront resort in Ucluelet, B.C., where children 12 and under stay free, and pets are welcome at $20 per stay. With completely equipped kitchenettes, cozy electric fireplaces, hot tub on the private outdoor decks of several units, Jersey knit sheets on queen-size beds and sunsets that rival awaii, your vacation will be truly memorable.

Tofino Resort + Marina sits Oceanside and is only steps away from the village making the perfect setting for travellers inspired by adventure. King sized suites face our harbour offering whale and bear watching, fishing charters and hot-spring tours. The restaurant sweeps the Pacific Ocean while wood-fire cooks pizzas to perfection. Our pub offers twenty-four craft beer taps. The ocean-top patios are the perfect place to share stories and unwind.

My Tofino - A selection of Tofino and Ucluelet premier accommodations on the west coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada.

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Tofino

Tofino has grown from a small fishing village to a popular tourist destination with accommodations such as oceanfront resorts, hotels, motels and lodges, and bed and breakfast homes. There are many excellent restaurants, pubs and cafes. You can also enjoy browsing in art galleries and gift shops featuring work by both local and internationally-known artists. Reservations are strongly recommended for accommodations, especially on holiday week-ends. 

Pounding Pacific surf and wide, sandy beaches dominate the western side of the peninsula, while the eastern side is more tranquil and the seascape is dominated by the rainforest splendour of Meares Island. 

North of Tofino is the magnificent Clayoquot Sound (Klak-wat) area with 270,000 hectares of beaches, islands, and ancient rainforests. 

On May 5, 2000, representatives of First Nations, local governments, the Governments of Canada and the Province of British Columbia, and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) were joined by local residents and invited guests from around the world to officially commemorate the designation of Clayoquot Sound as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

The large rolling waves of the Pacific Ocean in the Ucluelet- Long Beach area provide British Columbia's best sea kayaking and surfing. Miles of beaches within Pacific Rim Park provide hours of tranquility and beach-combing for treasures washed up on shore.

   
Ucluelet

Ucluelet is nested in a secure harbour at the south end of the park area. Walking and hiking trails include small beaches with undisturbed wilderness. Hi-Tin-Kis park, provides visitors some of the most spectacular views. 

The Broken Group Island area of Pacific Rim Park is situated south of Ucluelet in the entrance to Barclay Sound. Renowned for its salt water fishing, the area is rich in marine life and breathtaking scenery. Shipwrecks, dating back to the early 1800's and numerous reefs make this area a popular diving location. Sheltered waters attract boaters, canoeists and kayakers.

Ucluelet is also one of the world's best whale watching locations. Many Pacific Gray Whales take up residency in the sheltered bays and each spring and fall the entire population passes by. 

Pacific Rim National Park

For camping information and more information about the area, please see the link below to Parks Canada. We cannot reserve camping or RV sites through our own system for this area.

Pacific Rim National Park - Parks Canada Link

Travel west from Parksville, just north of Nanaimo, past Port Alberni 105 km, and you arrive at the Tofino-Ucluelet junction on the West Coast of Vancouver Island. A left turn takes you to Ucluelet (you-CLUE-let) and a right turn will take you through the magnificent Pacific Rim National Park Reserve and on into Tofino. Travel time from Victoria is 5.5 hours and from Nanaimo, 3.5 hours. 

Transportation

Tofino Bus - New All Island schedule is here! Tofino Bus All Island Express' new North Island schedule provide 3 x daily bus service between Victoria - Nanaimo - Parksville - Buckley Bay - Courtenay - Campbell River and 1 X daily to Port McNeill and Port Hardy. These new routes are in addition to our continued service from Victoria - Nanaimo - Parksville - Port Alberni - Ucluelet and Tofino. New route added: Vancouver Bus Depot to Vancouver Island is now operating. Pacific Central Station, Vancouver, B.C. to Courtenay, Campbell River and Tofino is available 3 times daily. Call 1-866-986-3466.

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