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Whether you’re in town to watch the annual gray whale migration or just looking for a peaceful place to escape the rush of the daily grind, a trip to Tofino will do you good.

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Enjoy years of wonderful memories when you visit this picturesque district on Vancouver Island.

Every March, Tofino participates in the Pacific Rim Whale Festival. Travellers and locals descend upon the beach to witness thousands of gray whales as they migrate to Alaska. Besides admiring the beauty and power of some of nature’s largest creatures, you can also check out art shows, silent auctions, and sporting events scattered throughout the area. If you’re not visiting during whale season, you’ll still find plenty to do in Tofino. A crawl of its beautiful beaches is certainly in order, as is a trip to Rainforest Trail, located in a temperate rainforest between Tofino and nearby Ucluelet.

After a day of exploring the finest views nature has to offer, retreat to your 3-star hotel in Tofino to relax and recharge for another day of adventure. Enjoy hot coffee or tea in the lobby, followed by a meal at the restaurant or café in-house. Many hotels are located right near the water, so you can walk on the beach and enjoy the sunset before heading back to your room for a hot shower. Check your emails using the hotel’s Wi-Fi, then head to bed – you’ve got another busy day tomorrow.

Whether you’re looking for a prime spot on the beach or something closer to downtown, Expedia.ca will help you find the perfect hotel in Tofino. Save time and money when you book with us, so you’ll have plenty of cash to throw at hiking gear for your trek up Lone Cone Trail.

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