Surfing is enjoyed on the Pacific Ocean on the westcoast of British Columbia, Canada. It is here, where rainforest meets ocean, that the big waves attract the surfers and the kilometres of sandy beaches attract thousands of visitors every year.
BC Surfing is enjoyed in all seasons. But it is during the late spring, summer and early fall months where surfing is most popular because of the manageable waves.
In the summer it is not uncommon to see 30+ surfers out on the horizon waiting for the next good wave. British Columbia surfing on the westcoast is busiest during these sunshine months. It is during these months where surf shops are in high gear providing lessons, rentals and surf boards.
The most popular destination in British Columbia, Canada for surfing is on Vancouver Island in the communities of Tofino and Ucluelet. Both communities are separated by the many sandy beaches in the Pacific Rim National Park.
There are surf shops in both Tofino and Ucluelet providing rentals and lessons. Each varies, so ask questions.