Millions of people visit British Columbia every year.  But a very, very small percentage of those people make the trip to the west coast of Vancouver Island.  In a way this is a good thing, as having the coast inundated with millions of tourists would ruin the splendor of the area – it’s remote, wild setting is part of the appeal.  That said, there is still plenty of room for more visitors without the entire place turning into the next venice beach.

Vancouver Island in itself is a spectacular place that would take years to explore to its’ full potential.  The diversity of plant and animal life, as well as recreational opportunities, are worth volumes on their own.  But Tofino is unique and special on it’s own accord and is definitely a must-visit if you are anywhere on the area.

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Travelling to Tofino during COVID-19 – Please review this information before you plan

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Updated Highway 4 Road Closure Schedule at Kennedy Hill