Originally built in the 1960s, these cabins are speckled with influence from the local community that makes Tofino so wonderful.
It began with a passion for diving into the frigid water of the Pacific Northwest with nothing but a neoprene wetsuit and a surfboard.
There’s no ego in these waves, and a lot of it has to do with the ladies.
Pete Clarkson combs the Tofino shorelines for debris and turns the items into art.
There are a couple of theories on how Tofino got its “Tough City,” or alternately spelled “Tuff City,” nickname.
Global surf media have shown a keen interest in Canada’s pristine coastline lately, but when it comes to the general public, locally, it seems many people still don’t know how progressive, exciting, beautiful, and downright cool B.C.’s surfing scene really is.
A recent visit to Tofino was capped off with whale watching, a quintessential B.C. experience.
Don’t let the surfboard sunburst, mismatched plates, or plaid-shirted servers fool you. Tofino’s newest eatery Wolf in the Fog is anything but casual.
Vacationers seeking surf, sand, and solitude on Vancouver Island’s west coast need look no further than Pacific Sands Beach Resort, located just under seven kilometres from the village of Tofino.