Deep inlets with timeless views, on the traditional territory of the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations. Sandy beaches that seem to go on forever while waves crash into rocky headlands. Surfers sitting up on their boards, waiting for the swell. A celebrated food culture that reaches beyond the size of our village. Then, there are the distinctly West Coast restaurants, cabins and galleries dotting our salt-bathed streets. It’s out there, and it’s a place you’ll never forget. When you come here, expect Tofino - because there’s nothing like it.
Whatever your palate’s after, there’s a Tofino taste sure to hit the spot.
Book a table at one of our award-winning restaurants. Sit down to an ocean view on a patio. Or head out for a picnic on the beach. When it comes to flavours, there’s a bit of everything here, so come find yours.
If you play hard, you deserve to rest well.
Visit Tofino, and find the right place for you: cozy cabins, bed and breakfasts, vacation homes, hostels, campgrounds, and renowned resorts. We can help set you up with the accommodation to make your trip an unforgettable one.
Coastal Animal Tracking: A Weekend Field Course Raincoast Education Society with instructor David Moskowitz May 25 – 27, 2018 Course fee: $280, includes lunch on …
The Hidden Lives of Northwest Animals: A public talk Friday, May 25 7:30pm At Darwin’s Cafe, in the Tofino Botanical Gardens $10 at the door …
Get the lay of the land. This map situates Tofino in relation to Vancouver and other arrival points in the Pacific Northwest.
Tofino is situated on the Esowista Peninsula.
An overview of the beaches in and around Tofino.
Explore Tofino's village core, virtually.