Tofino, BC, Canada is located on the northern tip of the Esowista Peninsula on the westcoast of Vancouver Island on the shores of Clayoquot Sound. The resort community neighbours the popular Pacific Rim National Park Reserve and is the western terminus of Trans-Canada Highway.
Activities most enjoyed in the Village of Tofino and surrounding areas include beachcombing, surfing, hiking, camping, whale & wildlife watching, swimming, boating, sailing, ocean kayaking, storm watching, beachcombing, flightseeing, SUP, cycling, fishing, scuba diving, golfing, windsurfing and spa experiences .
A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing destinations located in Tofino and the surrounding area includes Long Beach, Pacific Rim National Park, Rainforest Trail, Maquinna Marine Provincial Park, South Beach, Clayoquot Sound, Radar Hill, Lone Cone Hiking Trail, Wickaninnish Beach, Vargas Island Provincial Park, Kennedy Lake Provincial Park, Big Tree Trail, Chesterman Beach, MacKenzie Beach, Schooner Cove, Grice Bay, Nuu-chah-nulth Hiking Trail, Hot Springs Cove, Cox Bay Beach, Tonquin Beach Park, Florencia Bay, Spruce Fringe Trail, and the Walk the Wild Side Trail.
Some of the natural attractions, museums, art and cultural venues in Tofino, British Columbia and the surrounding regions includes the House Of Himwitsa, Pacific Rim Whale Festival, Pacific Terminus Sign, The Eagle Aerie Gallery, Tofino Botanical Gardens, Tofino-Clayoquot Heritage Museum and the North Chesterman Beach Carving Shed.
Services important in and around the community of Tofino include accommodations (motel, inn, vacation homes, resorts, cottages, bed and breakfast, suites, hostel), tours, guides, campgrounds, pubs, restaurants, rentals, brewery, cafes, gas station, grocery store, liquor store, gift shop, spas, cell service, internet, bank and transportation services including marina, bus, taxi, floatplanes, water taxi and a regional airport.