Duffin Cove Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDuffin Cove Resort Tofino
Whilst the accommodation is a bit old and tired the location is just stunning with private balconies looking over the ocean and islands - spectacular views.
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Today was a long drive from Port Hardy to Tofino which is a tourism town on the west coast of Vancouver Island. The 80 km drive from Pt Alberni to the turn off to Tofino was absolutely spectacular. Tight windy roads with steep gradients, cliff faces on one side of the road and beautiful lakes on the other made this a real treat. To top it off the …
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... reaching several viewpoints that provided striking views of the ocean waves crashing onto the rocks below. The weather was very placid compared to how it will be in storm season (peak timing December and January) but it was still impressive nevertheless. We paused at one of the viewpoints to have a small snack and Tim noticed some bald eagles a distance away on some rocks, so we decided to clamber down to see if we could get a closer ...
We woke up to sunshine, had breakfast and headed out for Tofino with a stop at the Visitors' Centre to get our park pass. On arriving in Tofino we parked across the road from the Common Loaf Bakery, bought coffee and refrained from sampling any of the baking. Nancy was tempted by the Tofino Bar, reputed to be better than the Nanaimo Bar but she resisted temptation. The Saturday market was in full swing in the park so we checked it out and managed to find a few ...
... hook thing; Paddy reached for the camera. None of us could believe it when Dyl hauled out of the water a completely massive fish. Al told us it was a halibut and moved forwards to help Dyl land it. The halibut was thrashing about madly in a huge splashing panic. Somehow it got free and plunged back into the sea.
I have to say I was really relieved as I didn't want to see it beaten to death on the floor of the boat. And I don't know how I would have cooked the ...