Built By Our Family, For Yours to Enjoy
It was a groovy time in ‘76 when Tofino’s own Hellesen family built their signature “beehive” cedar cabins for future generations to come together and enjoy. The original structures were updated in 2009 when Jason Gordon and Robert Brown reimagined the resort with an eye for sustainability and a desire to ...
Whalers on the Point Guesthouse is your ideal platform for exploring the Tofino/Clayoquot Sound area. We are ideally located on the water in downtown Tofino. We offer clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation with views of Clayoquot Sound and the 5,000-year-old village of Opitsat, a community of the Tla-o-qui-aht people and Nuu-chah-nulth nation.
Whether you are interested in surfing, fishing, whale ...
Vancouver Island's inlet studded west coast is the main surfing area for British Columbia. Access to breaks and strong winds, not a lack of surf, are the major problems with regular swells battering the coast year-round from the North Pacific and Gulf of Alaska. Winter is the most consistent season, if a little cold. Water temperatures falling to 7Â°C/45Â°F and rising to 14Â°C/57Â°F at their height. But, winters on the coast are milder than might be anticipated due to the maritime climate. Pioneered in the mid 1960s this area has a dedicated crew of locals in the main areas such as Wreck Bay and Long Beach. Recently, in-line with better wetsuits, the population surfing these areas has increased significantly. The limited continental shelf sucks little power from the waves before they unload on the reefs and beaches. Winds blow mainly from the south in winter and north-west or west in winter. Predominantly swell travels in from the west.
These businesses offer accommodation with the facilities to prepare your own food and meals.