Clayoquot Wilderness Resort
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Clayoquot Wilderness Resort Tofino
Travel Blogs from Tofino
Arrived in Tofino after a long x-country drive - didn't see any bears or moose. This town is a surfers place with lots of sun-tanned hippy like people- very relaxed feel. The views here are stunning with mountains in the distance that have snow on top. ...
... construction so it dragged on a bit and young Lynnie was in dream land bless her! Some nice views on the drive but to be honest we just wanted to get to our digs as it had been a long day. Eventually made it to Tofino and the Red Crow Guest House and was very taken with it. A stunning place and surroundings with an inlet for a back garden and ...
... places to
explore. We passed by some clockwise hikers and as usual they saw Manny and
thought he was a bear cub. It never fails. After about an hour we made it to
the board walk and a section with massive cedar trees. We found a comfy set on
the split timber and enjoyed our sandwiches. The hike was much easier on the
board walk. Back at the starting point we had to wait about 30 minutes for the
taxi to return. There ...
... other side of the Island.
Vancouver Island is bigger than most people realise - 290 miles long, 50 miles wide and with a population of only 3/4 of a million people; approximately half living in Victoria. The road network is focused on just a few key routes so navigating your way around is pretty easy. We headed north on Highway 1 to our intended first destination of Cowichan Bay (or Cow Bay to the locals), a ...
... a brilliant scenery. It was like one of our rainforest walks but just not in a rainforest.... The walk took a while but when we reached the cove, we realised it was totally worth it.
Schooners cove was beautiful! There were birds everywhere and in the centre of it there was a huge island. I went to explore while my Dad tried to trick me into thinking there were bears ...