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Tofino Travel Guide

Once a fishing and logging town on the Pacific Rim of Vancouver Island, Tofino is swiftly becoming a popular holiday destination for travellers around the globe. Tucked away at the entrance of the Clayoquot Sound, the area is home to the Pacific Rim National Park, gorgeous beaches, islands with ancient forests, hot springs, and Long Beach, the premier surfing spot in Canada.Tofino is home to only about 2,000 locals, who enjoy exclusive access to its mild climate and resplendent natural beauty. The area boasts plenty of activities for visitors, including kayaking, whale watching, surfing, and fishing.Accessible by air or sea, Hot Springs Cove is open year round and visitors can soak in rock pools filled with boiling spring water cooled by ocean surf. Other popular sights include the 800-year-old Eik Cedar; the Tofino Botanical Gardens with acres of forest, shoreline, and gardens; and the Whale Centre Maritime Museum housing fascinating artefacts.The Wickannish Interpretive Centre, containing interesting information about the region and the Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations (the area's original inhabitants), is well worth a visit. Tofino offers visitors the perfect combination of a range of activities, as well as a chance to relax and put their feet up surrounded by unparalleled beauty.

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