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$282.43 Multi-day & Extended Tours

2-Day Tofino Tour from Vancouver

Highlights on this tour include: the ferry to Nanaimo, Coombs market (where the goats live on the roof!), Englishman River Falls, Cathedral Grove with the ancient giant cedar trees, the Wild Pacific trail, Long Beach, the town of Tofino, and the countless hiking trails. This tour also gives you the chance to go on a whale watching tour, learn to surf, go kayaking, or do other amazing activities!ITINERARY Day 1:Arrive at Canada Place at 7am and depart Vancouver 7:15am sharp. Please note that due to ferry times, the bus will not wait for latecomers. Enjoy a ferry ride through the Strait of Georgia to Nanaimo. Explore Englishman River Falls, where impressive waterfalls cascade and plummet down a rocky gorge in a beautiful forest setting. Then visit Coombs - your camera is a must-have item this trip. On a good day, you might get a picture of the goats on the roof! After Coombs, stop at Cathedral Grove and gaze upon the ancient giant cedar trees. Drive through Pacific Rim National Park and then check into your hotel and enjoy free time to spend as you like. Dinner (not included) will be followed by a campfire on the beach with roasted marshmallows and s'mores for dessert (weather and fire restrictions permitting). Day 2:Visit Long Beach, a surfer's paradise. Explore the fishing village town of Tofino and participate in an activity for which Tofino is famous - such as surfing, whale watching, bear watching or kayaking. You'll depart Tofino in the afternoon for Vancouver and arrive in Vancouver at approximately 10pm.

$71.38 Cultural & Theme Tours

Tofino Food Tours

Tasting 1: RHINO COFFEE HOUSE As the tour starts, you’ll enter the eclectic Rhino Coffee House where you’ll get to sample their freshly brewed coffee. Not only will you get to perk up with some coffee, you’re going to get to try a sample of one their signature doughnuts which are freshly made in-store each and every day.Tasting 2: SOBO As the tour continues, you’ll find yourself dining at the award-winning restaurant – SoBo. It’s here where you will taste Crispy Shrimp & Cod Cakes paired with Hoyne Brewing Co. Dark Matter beer. Tasting 3: SCHOONER RESTAURANTThe Schooner Restaurant is Tofino’s oldest restaurant dating back to the 1960’s when it was first opened by the Bruce family. Here you’ll get to sample their Old School Clam & Bacon Chowder. Tasting 4: PICNIC CHARCUTERIE On Main Street, you’ll get a chance to view Clayoquot Sound from the spacious back deck of Tofino Sea Kayaking. It’s here where you’ll be presented with samples of heavenly meats, cheeses, and other treatsthat are made in-house at the renowned Picnic Charcuterie. Tasting 5: DOCKSIDE SMOKED FISH STORE Here you’ll get to taste locally caught salmon that has been smoked and flavoured in a few different tasty varieties. Trust us, after you try a couple of bites, you’ll be hooked and wanting more.After your tasting, you’ll also have an opportunity to walk around the House of Himwitsa First Nations art gallery and store.Tasting 6: ICE HOUSE OYSTER BAR As the tour winds down, you’ll find yourself at a true Tofino gem that will have you wanting return again and again. The Ice House Oyster Bar offers an uninterrupted view of Clayoquot Sound in a historic warehouse that is still an operational ice facility for local fisherman.Here you’re going to get a real treat – a full-sized serving of their special Umami Tsunami Oystercombined with a glass of crisp sparkling apple cider. During your tasting, the views of Clayoquot Sound will have you wanting to park yourself at the Ice House Oyster Bar for the remainder of the day. It’s truly a magical place.Tasting 7: CHOCOLATE TOFINO Goodbyes don’t always have to be sad. As the tour wraps up and we say our goodbyes, you’ll be given a voucher for a heavenly scoop of gelato from Chocolate Tofino. You can pop into Chocolate Tofino at your convenience and enjoy this delicious treat that will surely put a smile on your face.

$2549 18-to-Thirtysomethings

National Parks of the Canadian Rockies Westbound

The Rockies are a great reason to explore the Canadian West, but why stop there? We asked that question, then answered it with this trip — a sprawling, nature-rich mini-epic that melds some of Canada’s best national parks with time on the mist-shrouded shores of Vancouver Island. Find yourself face-to-face with moose, deer, and maybe even a bear on this trip loaded with diverse experiences — whale-watching, glacier hikes, hot springs, and much, much more — you’ll stuff a lifetime’s worth of adventure into the space of a mere two weeks.

$2549 18-to-Thirtysomethings

National Parks of the Canadian Rockies Eastbound

Vancouver’s North Coast Mountains are just the appetizer for this journey from the Pacific Coast to the Canadian Rockies. Beginning in beautiful Vancouver, travellers will hit the ocean in search of whales before heading east into the enveloping mountain wilderness of Banff and Jasper National Parks, where sulphur springs, canoeing excursions, and glaciers older than time abound. And since we camp out most nights, you’re guaranteed maximum natural contact at a minimal price. You might even find yourself face-to-face with a moose, deer, or maybe even a bear. The Great Outdoors — now all yours.

$4249 18-to-Thirtysomethings

West Coast Discovery – US & Canada

They say the west is best — so why just visit one North American country to see if that’s true? Take in the natural beauty of America’s Grand Canyon and Canada’s Banff National Park, go whale watching in Tofino, and get your glitz on in Las Vegas! Sound hectic? Explore the highlights of San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Vancouver. And with an itinerary that plays like the greatest hits of North America, you’ll get the most bang for your buck.

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