Ucluelet (pronounced U-clue-let) Vancouver Island, BC, Canada. Ucluelet, BC, Canada is located on the Ucluelet Peninsula situated on the west coast of Vancouver Island at the doorstep of Barkley Sound and the Broken Islands. The village is a popular tourism and recreation destination surrounded by amazing marine scenery and protected by a, rough and rugged, ocean landscape.
Activities most enjoyed in the Village of Ucluelet and surrounding areas include sports fishing, hiking, kayaking, boating, camping, birdwatching, surfing, sailing, picnicking, swimming, flightseeing, wildlife tours, scuba diving, sightseeing, golfing, storm watching and beachcombing.
A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing destinations in the region includes the Wild Pacific Trail, Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, Broken Islands Group, Kennedy Lake Provincial Park,Long Beach, Nuu-chah-nulth Trail, Big Beach, Radar Hill, Spruce Fringe Trail, Shorepine Bog, Little Beach, Schooner Cove, South Beach, Combers Beach, Florencia Bay Beach, Rainforest Trail, Grice Bay, and Wickaninnish Beach.
Some of the attractions, museums and cultural venues in Ucluelet, British Columbia and the surrounding regions includes the Amphitrite Point Lighthouse, Ucluelet Aquarium, and the Reflecting Spirit Gallery.
What are the places to stay in Ucluelet, BC? Places to stay include accommodations like hotels, motels, inns, vacation homes, resorts, cabins, cottages, bed and breakfasts, vacation homes, hostels and campgrounds. Important services and amenities for travelers when exploring in and around Ucluelet, BC, Canada includes tours, guides, pubs, gift stores, restaurants, cafes, gas stations, grocery store, liquor store, cell service, internet, bank and transportation services including a marina, taxi, and the Pacific Rim Airport.