Jamie'S Rainforest Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Jamie'S Rainforest Inn Tofino
Travel Blogs from Tofino
... to try for some salmon, but gave up after a couple of hours as nothing happening. But we did stop at some crab pots on the way home and pulled out three large crabs. Large for us, but according to Johnny they were "ok". They were the size of a dinner plate! So back at our house we had a feast of boiled crab, and bbq Halibut. There was so much we couldn't manage it all even though we had given Johnny half the Halibut. It was so tasty and unlikely we would ever eat such fresh fish ...
Up at 05:30 and down to the ferry over to Victoria Vancouver Island on the Victoria Clipper. A nice calm voyage which took about 3 hours - went through customs and picked up our bags and got our rental car for Canada! Been wanting to come here for a long time, finally made it! We then had another 4 to 5 hours driving to get to Tofino, some of the route ...
... br> The hike through the forest was not too challenging but
consisted of lots of scrambling over roots and a few patches of mud. The trail
during rainy periods would have been a mess sticking to the board walk would be
tempting. The forest was dense with salal and ferns interrupted only by massive
trunks of cedar or Sitka spruce and the occasional nurse log with new life
sprouting from it. The dogs loved the hike with its ...
So after two SUVs in the US and a campervan across the Rockies, we downsized today to a conventional sized car for our journey across Vancouver Island to Tofino. We thought it might feel a bit strange to be back in such a small car again but actually we realised how incredibly nippy and responsive it feels (after the camper van in particular) so we were quite happy as we set off early morning on the five-hour-ish drive over ...
... and Dad had a croissant containing goodness knows what. Only Dylan was successful in finishing his gigantic Canadian meal. Everyone was stuffed and looked forward to walking it off on the walk to the beautiful Schooner Cove, but first we had to go back to the house to collect our things. Then finally we set off for Schooner Cove.
The walk was pretty long, but ...