Cobble Wood Guesthouse and Bird Sanctuary House & Suites

Address: 1115 & 1110 Fellowship Drive, Tofino, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V0R 2Z0, Canada | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1115 & 1110 Fellowship Drive, Tofino, is near Pacific Rim National Park, Rainforest Trail, West Coast Safaris, and Tofino Botanical Gardens.
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      Travel Blogs from Tofino

      Canada West: Day 17

      A travel blog entry by js_cameron on Sep 21, 2014

      21 photos

      ... br> Rode a total of 270 km and finally went over 6'000 km for the tour.

      We stopped first at Kennedy Lake for a few photos, and then reached the highlight of the day - Tofino Airport and Long Beach.

      Long Beach is a very special pace as it is at the foot of the Tofino Airport, where in World War II, my mother - Jean Cameron(Howes) - was stationed. It was an honour ...

      Ucluelet and Tofino

      A travel blog entry by mhkibblewhite on Sep 08, 2014

      5 photos

      ... dragon lizards, a chameleon and two lions mane rabbits, all in very small cages. We weren't there long.

    • Next we visited the World Parrot Sanctuary. This is for lost parrots and parrots that people have given up. There were a great many of them, about 3000 in total. There were very big ones, and little ones. There were love birds and budgies too that people didn't want any more. The noise was immense and we were given earplugs. Volunteers run it, clean the cages and ...

    • The Three Tourists

      A travel blog entry by dprovan on Aug 09, 2014

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... there were only 6 passengers so we all had our own seat and plenty of room to move about. As we left the harbour we were followed by a Bald Eagle looking for food. The communication from other vessels advised us of Orcas around George Fraser Island so off we went. Large beds of kelp housed the seals that the Orcas were hunting and we were entertained for an hour and a half watching them surface. Finally we took off in an easterly direction for an island ...

      Trip to Town

      A travel blog entry by 5howarths on Jul 21, 2014

      4 comments, 5 photos

      ... of our shopping bags when we got home. I have also taken a picture of our car for Julie.

      The town is run by young people who clearly rotate their duties in shops and cafés with being out on the beach and growing their hair. Anyone who believes there are too many coffee shops in the UK just needs to stop here. Practically every other building delivers coffee of some description.
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      Whales and Bears

      A travel blog entry by fritz51 on Sep 25, 2013

      1 comment, 30 photos

      ... amongst three grey whales. These were around `13 metres long. They are not as exciting as humpbakcs or Orcas; more graceful as they dive. Saw a couple of tail flips as they went down for food. Stay under for around 5 minutes. Time to head back; a couple of people were feeling a bit under the weather with the stationary rolling. I wasn't too bad but pleased that we were moving again.
      Went around between some ...