TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn Tofino
Travel Blogs from Tofino
... us up the south side of Cox bay beach to the top of the hill. A small hobbit like trail leads steeply up to the peak of the hill which over looks Cox bay and then over towards Radar Hill etc...amazing.
If you are in Tofino check out TocoFino and Wildside grill (both very simple eateries).
Also did a drive out to Kennedy lake to the old "rainbow" bridge and did some jumping into the massive warm lake.
... was a brilliant walk and really immersed you in the trees. Just like the forest from the day before it was eery how quiet it was. The trees were so dense in places it got very dark and there were hardly any bugs (thank god).
The walk ended out at the ocean again with a small hut for people to get changed in. Then after that it was a scramble down over some slippery rocks to get to where the springs flowed over a small cliff in ...
... which Jackie seems to have a real talent for. While we cannot moan about the weather it is a real shame that the rain is so heavy as it will deter us from visiting the city at night. We have all day here and do not have to be on the ship until 11pm.
After walking the town, which included China Town, we took many pictures. We finally went past the Victoria Parliament Buildings, which were beautiful and then onto the Royal British Columbian Museum. This is next to the ...
... boats, a little houseboat and all the other docks.
Starting to get a bit peckish drove back out on the only road through the Pacific Rim National Park took a left turn to Grice Bay and watched a group of people coming back from a kayaking three day holiday in the wilderness. The bay is so beautiful and peacefully one could stay here for ever and a day surrounded by the forest next to the water.
Took the ...
... had to describe a Tofino seaplane pilot, given everything I’ve said already, I’m pretty sure you would think of Dan. Tall, tanned and blonde, surfer type but with short hair to ensure he looks like he knows what he is doing behind a wheel? Rudder? Joystick?
Yes, we chartered a plane! Sitting laughing at how mad that sounds. It was! But also one of those incredible experiences to remember for a lifetime. A bucket list sort of thing.