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“At Tofino’s doorstep is the Clayoquot Sound region, a world UNESCO biosphere reserve.
This area boasts one of British Columbia’s most prized nature reserves, Pacific Rim National Park.
Tofino offers the best way to experience BC’s pristine wilderness first hand.” –
My Tofino

We stayed at the Mac Kenzie Beach resort in Tofino for a few days.

View from Mac Kenzie beach.

Mac Kenzie beach has driftwood, islands, rocks, sand and tidal pools filled with sea-stars, anemones, etc.

Sunset at Mac Kenzie beach.

Tofino

Meares Island
Tofino

See next the photo for a close up

Tofino
Please see previous photo

We had coffee a few times at  the Common Loaf Bake Shop in Tofino

Radar Hill

Clayoquot Sound

View from Radar Hill near Tofino
Please click on the thumbnail for a larger image
Nikon Coolpix P4 ©
It’s difficult to photograph, so I took three photos and merged them
into a panorama with Photoshop Elements.

“Clayoquot Sound is a magnificent, biologically rich, mostly wilderness area on the west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. It encompasses 350,000 hectares of land and ocean.” “The “Sound” portion of the region’s name indicates an indented section of coastline, with numerous inlets and islands. “Clayoquot” — pronounced Klak-wot — comes from Tla-o-qui-aht, the name of one of the First Nations tribes who live here.” – Friends of Clayoquot Sound


Tonquin Park
in Tofino

Tofino

We had a great dinner at The Dockside Pub in Tofino
Which has a view of the Browning Passage, Meares Island and the mountains of  Clayoquot Sound

Rib, Chips  and salad at The Dockside Pub in Tofino

Menu of The Dockside Pub in Tofino

View  from The Dockside Pub in Tofino

Map of the area, please click for larger image.

On Saturday they had a flea-market in Tofino
When we visited in 2006 the same person was also selling dream-catchers.

Photo from 2006

Close up of dream-catchers in Tofino

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