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An ancient settlement on the northern edge of Barkley Sound, Ucluelet takes its name from the Nuu-chah-nulth phrase, Yu-clutl-ahts, the people with a good landing place for canoes.

Until the early 1870s, Ucluelet was a First Nation village with the main reservation at the entrance of the Inlet on the east side, just as it is today. As far as is known, the first settlers here were fur sealers, who established a trading post at Spring Cove, located at the southern tip of the Ucluth Peninsula.

The Village of Ucluelet was incorporated on February 26, 1952, and later changed its status to the District of Ucluelet in 1997, to reflect the increasing population of the community. In August 1959, the long awaited road from Port Alberni was finally opened, with the subsequent steady growth of Ucluelet to its present population of approximately 1,900. Now a logging, fishing and tourist village at the south end of Pacific Rim National Park, Ucluelet is a base for commercial and sport fishing, as well as wildlife and whale watching excursions.

Ucluelet is situated in the Long Beach of Pacific Rim National Park, located between the villages of Tofino and Ucluelet – the most accessible and most developed component of the Pacific Rim National Park. Named for its 12-mile stretch of surf-swept sand, Long Beach is open year-round and offers outstanding beach hiking, surfing, storm watching and whale watching. The open sea stretches off unbroken and vacant, while the elemental forces at play here, the winds and tides, the sun and rain, excite within visitors a deepseated resonance, a sense of belonging in this place.

The territory now occupied by the park has a significant history, having been inhabited by the Nuu-chah-nulth people for thousands of years. A rich natural heritage evolved as Vancouver Island became isolated from the mainland, retaining a great diversity of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish species.

Population: 1,978

Location: Ucluelet can be reached via Pacific Rim Highway 4 that starts in Parksville and winds across the spine of the Vancouver Island Mountains to Port Alberni and the open ocean at Ucluelet and Tofino.

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You can also board the MV Frances Barkley in Port Alberni and sail down the Alberni Inlet to Ucluelet. The route leads through the Broken Group Island in Barkley Sound to the fishing ports of Bamfield and Ucluelet. In the course of a day’s trip the sturdy wooden packet freighter drops mail, groceries, supplies, and the occasional passenger along the way at float homes and the Sechart Whaling Station.

Amphitrite Point is a good venue from which to enjoy the splendour of summer sunsets. Amphitrite Point Lighthouse, built in 1905, commands a stunning view over Barkley Sound and the open Pacific Ocean. There are excellent views of migrating grey whales in March and April, and Amphitrite Point is a perfect spot for storm watching in winter. The Wild Pacific Trail leads along the coastline from Amphitrite Point towards Ucluelet.

Ucluelet Aquarium offers visitors an an up-close and personal encounter with a diversity of local marine life by providing a stimulating hands-on learning environment for children of all ages. The aquarium is literally part of the local marine ecosystem, with water from Ucluelet harbour flowing directly through the tanks. All display specimens are gathered in local waters right outside the aquarium’s doorstep, and the creatures seen on display are later released back into the wild. Ucluelet Aquarium is located at Whiskey Dock, right on the Ucluelet Harbour promenade.

Ucluelet Government Dock and adjoining seawall promenade offers good viewing of sea lions, seals, and eagles.

Thornton Creek Hatchery is best visited from mid-October to mid-November, when adult spring and coho salmon return to the hatchery waters after three to four years at sea. The hatchery raises chinook, coho and chum salmon.

Scuba diving: Ucluelet is a gateway to some of the best scuba diving in the world, with a vast array of intertidal life, underwater life and fascinating historical shipwrecks that provide great artificial reefs for marine creatures. The clear waters of Barkley Sound and the Broken Group Islands offer a maze of islands, islets and reefs that offer a variety of exciting diving opportunities.

Bear Viewing: Nearby Tofino provides an exciting opportunity to observe black bears in their natural habitat along the shoreline of the neighbouring sheltered channels, inlets and sounds. The bears emerge from the rainforest at low tide to feed on a smorgasbord of shellfish, crustaceans and seaweed. Dry suits provided by the tour company keep you warm aboard the comfortable Zodiac vessels as the knowledgeable and experienced guide locates the bears and provides information on the area and the local wildlife. You may also see other marine mammals and birds, and perhaps even a lone wolf on the shoreline if you’re lucky. Bear watching tours run from April to October. Be sure to bring your camera … and your biggest smile. Bear Watching Tour Operators in Tofino.

Whale Watching: Grey whales, Humpback and Killer whales migrate the coastal waters, and porpoises, seals, sea lions, and elephant seals are viewed along the coastline. Every spring, Ucluelet co-hosts the Pacific Rim Whale Festival, to celebrate the incredible west coast migration of close to 20,000 gray whales! For an even more exhilarating, close-up view of these magnificent animals, one can venture onto the open Pacific aboard local charter boats offering scheduled whale watching excursions from either Tofino or Ucluelet.
Whale Watching and the Pacific Rim Whale Festival.

Boating day trips to the Broken Group Islands offer great opportunities for day trip exploration of the more than 100 rocky islands and islets. Contact the Long Beach Visitor Centre for more detailed assistance.

Offroad Touring: Exciting raincoast backroad adventures are offered out of Tofino and Ucluelet in the comfort and safety of 4 x 4 vehicles. View the newly formed Clayoquot UN Biosphere, pristine mountain lakes, streams and waterfalls, with magnificent vistas of Barkley Sound and Clayoquot Sound. Walk nature trails through ancient forests with huge old-growth cedar trees, see bears, birds and waterfowl. Full or half day trips.
Offroad Adventuring on Vancouver Island.

Storm watching near Ucluelet in winter allows visitors to experience the raw power of the mighty Pacific Ocean, as ferocious waves roll in from Japan and pound the shores of the rugged west coast – nature in all it’s fierce majesty!

Beaches: You can spend days walking the beaches between Ucluelet and Tofino, and in the process discover why some folks spend their whole lives caught up in the surf and tidal rhythms here. Radar Beach, Long Beach, Combers Beach, and Wickaninnish Beach run successively from north to south and stretch for 25 kms between Cox and Quisitas Points.

Ucluelet has two beaches in particular that welcome picnickers. A trail leads from Bay Street to Big Beach. You’ll find picnic tables near the trailhead and then a lengthy walk to the beach. A much shorter approach leads through He-Tin-Kis Park to Terrace Beach near the Amphitrite Point lighthouse at the south end of Peninsula Road.

The Kwisitis Visitor Centre, formerly the Wickaninnish Interpretive Centre, is a definite highlight for visitors of all ages. You’ll find telescopes mounted on an observation deck at the centre, plus numerous displays inside that introduce visitors to the geographical and natural history of the Pacific Northwest. The centre’s purpose is to provide an understanding of the north Pacific Ocean and its influence on man and nature. The history of the North Pacific coast is illustrated by a collection of artifacts used by Nuu-chah-nulth Indians, the traditional inhabitants of the area. The Wickaninnish Interpretive Centre is open during the day, from late spring to fall.

Kayaking: Experienced kayakers enjoy the challenge of Barkley Sound and the Broken Group Islands, and for the novice, take a half-day trip by kayak or canoe to discover the wild side of the inner habour, to observe bears along the shoreline, or otters, seals, eagles, and a myriad of cheerful songbirds.
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Sea Kayaking around Vancouver Island.

In the centre of Barkley Sound, east of Ucluelet, are the Broken Group Islands – over 100 of them – home to killer whales, gray whales, porpoises, seals, sea lions, sharks, river otters, cormorants and eagles. The popularity of these islands with paddlers and boaters has soared over the past decade. One of the main reasons that the Broken Group Islands are so popular for ocean kayaking is that they provide a true west coast experience in sheltered water. Barkley Sound is not normally subject to the extreme ocean conditions farther west in the open waters around Ucluelet and along the west coast of Vancouver Island. The ease with which less-experienced sea kayakers can reach the Broken Group Islands on the MV Frances Barkley from Port Alberni and Ucluelet contributes greatly to their allure and charm.

Golf: The Long Beach Golf Course, on the Pacific Rim Highway between Ucluelet and Tofino, is surrounded by the ancient rainforest of the Pacific Rim National Park, one of the most scenic golf courses in BC. The 9-hole championship course is also known to be one of the most challenging courses on Vancouver Island. Vancouver Island Golf Vacations.

Hiking: The Wild Pacific Trail in Ucluelet skirts the rugged cliffs and shoreline of the westcoast. Overlooking Barkley Sound and the Broken Group Islands to the east and the open Pacific Ocean to the south and west, it offers spectacular shoreline panoramas and seaward vistas through ancient cedar and spruce-framed viewing platforms constructed on the best headlands along the route.

The first segment of the trail is a 30-45 minute loop off Peninsula Road, using the adjoining He-Tin-Kis Park boardwalk, and passing Amphitrite Point Lighthouse. The trailhead for the main part of the trail is at Terrace Beach, with the trail hugging the coastline all the way to Halfmoon Bay in Pacific Rim National Park.

The extensive network of trails in the Pacific Rim National Park is provided for hikers only – no bikes or horses are permitted, and motorized vehicles are not allowed on the park’s beaches or trails. The hiking trails are designed to expose visitors to the miles of quiet sandy shoreline and to the truly wonderful forests of the region – whilst preventing any damage to the fragile environment.

The Willowbrae Trail to the beach is accessed from a parking lot off Highway 4, 2 km south of the Ucluelet/Tofino Junction. Part of the original land route between Ucluelet and Tofino, the trail ends with a steep decline to the beach at the southern end of Florencia Bay. A Boardwalk, stairs and handrails are provided to assist hikers on the trail. The first section of Halfmoon Bay Trail is the same as Willowbrae Trail. A fork to the left takes you down a steep, winding staircase to Halfmoon Bay, a small secluded cove to the south of Florencia Bay.

Fishing: Open-ocean fishing occurs far offshore from Ucluelet and Tofino. The continental shelf runs west of the two ports for almost 20 miles (30 km) to La Perouse Bank, an undersea plateau that forms the leading edge of British Columbia’s coastline. This is where the action happens, where the currents, swells, and weather combine. It will take you almost two hours of bucking the swells to reach the nutrient-rich waters, so prepare yourself with warm clothing and antinausea protection.

The Barkley Sound offers more tyees than anywhere on the west coast! Salmon aren’t the only fish in the ocean – halibut and cod also promise thrilling catches. In general, the Alberni Inlet and Barkley Sound offer year-round fishing. Salmon school in the inlet before ascending to the spawning grounds. Large runs of sockeye from the Stamp/Somass River system and Henderson Lake, and chinook from the Robertson Creek Hatchery, swim past Bamfield on their way to Alberni Inlet rivers. The Alberni Inlet on Vancouver Island is a long, narrow flute that leads 25 miles (40 km) inland to Port Alberni from the open ocean of Barkley Sound and the Pacific Ocean.

Herring Spawn: In February and March, herring gather in large numbers to spawn on the northern shore of Barkley Sound, particularly in Vernon Bay, drawing resident feeder chinook into the deep-water holding areas.

Pacific Rim National Park is the only national park on Vancouver Island, providing protection for substantial rain forests and an amazing marine environment on the west coast of Vancouver Island. The full force of the mighty Pacific Ocean mercilessly pounds the constantly changing shores of this rugged coastline. This unique park encompasses nearly 50,000 hectares of land and ocean in three separate geographic units – Long Beach, the Broken Group Islands, and the West Coast Trail. Features of the park include long sandy beaches, an island archipelago, old-growth coastal temperate rainforest, and significant Nuu-chah-nulth archaeological sites.

Long Beach: Located between the villages of Tofino and Ucluelet, the Long Beach unit is the most accessible and most developed component of the Pacific Rim National Park and is open year-round. Named for its 12 mile stretch of surf-swept sand, Long Beach offers outstanding beach hiking and much more. The Broken Group Islands : A pristine archipelago made up of more than 100 rocky islands and islets in Barkley Sound, the Broken Group Islands can only be reached by boat. Eagles, sea lions, and marine life abound, and tide pools and dozens of sandy pocket beaches beckon the nature enthusiasts and photographer. West Coast Trail: This 48 mile trail between Bamfield and Port Renfrew along the southwestern coast of the Island was constructed at the turn of the century as a lifesaving trail for shipwrecked mariners. Hikers are required to cross deep gullies on fallen trees, negotiate steep slopes, ladders, and cable cars, and follow an irregular slippery trail. The entire trail takes a minimum of 5 days to complete, requires preparation for total selfsufficiency, and is definitely not for beginners.

Kennedy Lake is the largest body of fresh water on Vancouver Island, offering campers, canoeists and kayakers a paradise to explore. Kennedy Lake is located on the west side of Highway 4 as you approach the Tofino/Ucluelet junction.

The Edge to Edge Marathon is hosted by Ucluelet and Tofino in June. Runners will run a slightly undulating course through the Pacific Rim National Park between Tofino and Ucluelet – a perfect marathon distance on a beautifully natural course.

Annual Events: In July, bring the family to Ukee Days – featuring a salmon BBQ, the Whiskey Dock Run, logger sports, children’s shows, activities and all the charm of a small town fair.

The annual Van Isle 360 Yacht Race circumnavigates Vancouver Island, designating Ucluelet as one of layover ports for the race, with scheduled activities for both racers and spectators. The start/finish line for this leg of the race can be viewed from Amphitrite Point Lighthouse in Ucluelet. The highlight of the event will be boat viewing and the scrumptious West Coast salmon barbecue.

Northwest of Ucluelet is Tofino, a pretty village at the tip of Esowista Peninsula near the entrance to Clayoquot Sound. Once a timber and fishing town, Tofino has become a favoured destination for travellers from around the world.

The Pacific Rim is a magical stretch of coastline (80 miles / 140 km) on the West Coast of Vancouver Island. The Pacific Rim has a significant history, having been inhabited by the Nuu-chah-nulth people for thousands of years. A rich natural heritage evolved as Vancouver Island became isolated from the mainland, retaining a great diversity of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish species.

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Big Beach Lodge
536 Marine Drive Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0 Home Phone: 403-861-9944Visit Website

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Nestled into the ancient rain forests on Vancouver Island, Big Beach Lodge in Ucluelet is an unforgettable retreat. Whether walking on the Pacific Rim Trail (right outside the front door) or whale watching from the front porch, our luxury accommodation is an unspoiled retreat in the wilds of British Columbia. The 4500-square foot custom-built oceanfront luxury accommodation offers 4 bedrooms and a loft.

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Waterfront West Real Estate
1080 5th Street Courtenay BC V9N 1L4 Home Phone: 250-897-8781Home Fax: 250-703-2902Home Phone: 1-866-799-9378Visit Website

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Waterfront West is the first and only marketplace dedicated exclusively to buyers and sellers of waterfront and water view real estate in British Columbia. Advertising Realtors’ listings, private sales and developments, we are pioneering the market for this prime real estate. Featuring private and brokered sales, waterfront developments and a complimentary Buyers’ Club.

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Eagle Nook Marina
Eagle Nook Wilderness Resort & Spa Vernon Bay Barkley Sound BC Mailing Address: 4715 Gertrude Street Port Alberni BC V9Y 6K4 Home Phone: 604-357-3361Work Phone: 1-800-760-2777Visit Website

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Eagle Nook Marina offers peace and serenity, lush tree-lined shores, towering vistas and sheltered moorage. Take a stroll through the local hiking trails, stroll reclusive beaches, or just sit and relax on your vessel. Our service is unique, with a professional team proud to share their resort — pride shown with genuine smiles and eagerness to make your stay memorable.

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Majestic Ocean Kayaking
1167 Helen Road Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0 Mailing Address: Box 287 Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0 Home Phone: 250-726-2868Home Fax: 250-726-2860Work Phone: 1-800-889-7644Visit Website

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Kayak the Majestic West Coast waters of British Columbia. Our ecotourism adventures will take you to Barkley Sound, the Broken Group Islands, Pacific Rim National Park, Clayoquot Sound and the Deer Group Islands. We provide Part-day, Full-day, and Multi-day trips. Camp on pristine beaches, eat gourmet food, hike through dense rain forests, and learn about the rich variety of Pacific Coast seashore life. Rental kayaks available.

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EMR Vacation Rentals
Vancouver Office: EMR Vacation Rentals Inc. #1118 Richards Street Vancouver BC V6B 3E6 Victoria Office: (Mailing address) #106-1016 McCallum Road Victoria BC V9B 4C6 Home Phone: 604-628-4435Home Phone: 250-483-6790Home Fax: 530-660-3079Work Phone: 1-866-800-8880Work Phone: 0-800-520-0932 UKHome Phone: 0-800-181-8907 GermanyVisit Website

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EMR is a fully licensed Travel Agency offering fully furnished vacation homes, condos, suites, and estates in Victoria, Vancouver, Tofino, Whistler, the Okanagan, and on Vancouver Island. We have a large inventory of unique properties to select from. This includes properties that feature oceanfront, beach front, breathtaking views, private hot tubs, luxurious settings and more.

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Eagle Nook Wilderness Resort & Spa
Vernon Bay Barkley Sound BC Mailing Address: 4715 Gertrude Street Port Alberni BC V9Y 6K4 Home Phone: 604-357-3361Work Phone: 1-800-760-2777Visit Website

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No roads lead to Eagle Nook Resort – access is by boat or plane. Eagle Nook offers an eco-adventure experience while enjoying the comfort of this 4-Star resort, Gourmet meals, and spacious rooms and cabins all with water views. Activities include Fishing, Kayaking, Hiking, Heli-ventures, and Spa Services. Packages include accommodations, all meals, Marine wildlife tour, Tofino airport transfers, and water taxi from Ucluelet to the resort. Or fly direct to the dock from Seattle.

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Drift Spa
Black Rock Oceanfront Resort 596 Marine Drive Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0 Home Phone: 250-726-4809Work Fax: 250-726-2430Work Phone: 1-877-762-5011Visit Website

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Transcend into a realm of calm and balance in a spa sanctuary where nature’s beauty and innovative luxury rejuvenate your soul. Elevate your sense of wellness as you revitalize, renew and Drift away to luxurious tranquility at Drift Spa. Experience soothing serenity at Black Rock Oceanfront Resort, where the rhythms of sea, sand, sky and storm put you into harmony with the western edge of Vancouver Island.

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Florencia Bay Hideaway
2450 Pacific Rim Highway P.O Box 1027 Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0 Home Phone: 250-726-8228Visit Website

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Private cabins bordering Pacific Rim National Park! From your doorstep, walk through the rainforest on the Willowbrae Trail to the beautiful open ocean sandy beaches and rolling surf of Florencia Bay and Halfmoon Bay. Featuring post and beam fir log construction with cedar log accents and knotty pine and cedar interiors. Enjoy private decks with hot tubs, full kitchen/dining, old-fashioned clawfoot soaker tubs, BBQs, satellite TV, and many extras.

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Whale’s Tail Guest Suites
Box 849 1906 Bay Street Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0 Home Phone: 250-726-2985Visit Website

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The Whale’s Tail Guest Suites are beautifully maintained, modern, private, clean, quiet and roomy travel apartments located in the ocean-front fishing village of Ucluelet. Full condo-style units with complete kitchens are provided with your choice of one, two and three-bedroom suites. The front desk is located one block north at the West Coast Motel on the Harbour, 279 Hemlock Street.

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OceanWest
Judy Gray, RE/MAX Mid-Island Realty 103-1801 Bay Street P.O. Box 195 Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0 Home Phone: 250-726-2228Work Phone: 1-800-600-1718Visit Website

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Canada’s rugged West Coast is calling. Be within earshot of the pounding surf while secluded in your own wooded natural haven. A front row seat on the Pacific Ocean, a show you just can’t miss. Build your own luxury vacation home at OceanWest, the newest oceanfront development in Ucluelet, BC. One of the last pieces of undeveloped land in the Pacific Rim area of Vancouver Island.

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Reef Point Cottages
Box 537 1012 Peninsula Road Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0 Home Phone: 250-726-4425Home Fax: 250-726-4429Work Phone: 1-877-726-4425Visit Website

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The charming and cozy Reef Point Cottages are located in Ucluelet on the west coast of Vancouver Island offering an exciting, intimate and self-indulging experience for those who want to explore British Columbia’s most spectacular and natural landscape. Our accommodations include view and waterfront cottages with various sizes from studio to two bedrooms.

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Ucluelet Campground
260 Seaplane Base Road PO Box 777 Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0 Home Phone: 250-726-4355Work Fax: 250-726-4414Visit Website

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Ucluelet Campground is located in the historical fishing village of Ucluelet, at the southern edge of the Pacific Rim National Park. The private campground offers 125 sites for tents, trailers and RVs, some with beautiful harbour and mountain views. Amenities include full-service, partial-hookup and no-service sites, clean shower and washroom facilities, fire rings, picnic tables, and water stations.

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Wild Pacific Water Front Cabins
277 Boardwalk Reef Point Ucluelet BC Home Phone: 250-726-2707Visit Website

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Nestled along the spectacular Wild Pacific Trail, in the small village of Ucluelet on the west coast of Vancouver Island, are our three beautiful luxury ocean front cabins. Relax in our luxurious hot tub enjoying the beautiful waterfront scenery and tranquility after an adventurous day hiking, whale watching, kayaking, or fishing.

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Black Rock Oceanfront Resort
PO Box 310 596 Marine Drive Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0 Home Phone: 250-726-4800Work Fax: 250-726-2430Work Phone: 1-877-762-5011Visit Website

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Escape to Vancouver Island for a family vacation, romantic getaway, or special event. Contact our spectacular Ucluelet resort for reservations, hotel information, event planning, or booking one of our exciting Vancouver Island getaway packages. Reserve your family vacation or weekend getaway online, and you’re on your way to creating magical memories of Vancouver Island, or call our friendly hospitality team to book your dream vacation.

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BC Oceanfront: Ed Handja Personal Real Estate Corporation & Shelley McKay
ROYAL LEPAGE Advance Realty Campbell River 972 Shoppers Row Campbell River BC V9W 2C5 Home Phone: 250-286-3293Work Fax: 250-286-1932Work Phone: 1-888-286-1932Cell Phone: 1-250-287-0011 Ed CellCell Phone: 1-250-830-4435 Shelley CellVisit Website

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“BC Oceanfront” – ROYAL LEPAGE Advance Realty Campbell River’s Residential and Coastal Experts specializing in marketing and selling local residential, recreational, unique oceanfront and commercial real estate throughout Vancouver Island, Discovery Islands, the Outer Islands and the BC Mainland Coast. Our real estate listings include homes to small oceanfront and lakefront recreational lots, private islands, remote island acreages, fishing lodges, wilderness / adventure resorts and vacation homes, oceanfront / lakefront cabins, marinas, remote & timbered acreages, and development investment properties on the west coast of BC and Vancouver Island – BCO has the Coast covered!

As an experienced BC realtor, Ed Handja successfully markets and locates real estate on the British Columbia coast for his clients. He’s lived and worked on the coast all his life, traveling from Indian Arm and the Gulf Islands on the southern BC coast, to the Khutzeymateen Valley in the northern most part of British Columbia. Ed is familiar with the west coast of Canada and understands the logistics and considerations required when dealing with the remote and unconventional real estate on the islands and west coast of BC.

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Cabins at Terrace Beach
1090 Peninsula Road P.O. Box 315 Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0 Home Phone: 250-726-2101Work Phone: 1-866-438-4373Visit Website

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Enjoy a private beachfront cabin nestled in the clutches of a Pacific Rim rainforest, on the edge of the Wild Pacific Trail, where rugged shoreline meets the ferocious Pacific Ocean. Nature is everywhere, from huge expanses of sandy beaches, to intricate marine life in tidepools and giant cedars, hemlocks, and spruces. Located in Ucluelet at Terrace Beach, The Cabins is pet friendly.

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Terrace Beach Resort
Box 96 1002 Peninsula Road Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0 Home Phone: 250-726-2901Home Fax: 250-726-2900Work Phone: 1-866-726-2901Visit Website

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Jason Priestley and family invite you to visit our secluded beachfront cabins in Ucluelet, nestled between the two main sections of Pacific Rim National Park – the Broken Group Islands to the south and Long Beach and Tofino to the north. Pet friendly Terrace Beach Resort connects to The Wild Pacific Trail. Outdoor hot tubs on the decks of several units.

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Natural Elements Vacation Rentals
P.O. Box 1063 Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0 Home Phone: 250-726-3646Home Fax: 250-726-3644Work Phone: 1-866-985-9378Visit Website

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Natural Elements Vacation Rentals offers professional property management services, luxurious vacation rentals, and beachfront accommodations in Tofino and Ucluelet. Featuring one of a kind West Coast vacation homes, cottages, condos and villas on the Pacific Rim of Vancouver Island. Enjoy Pacific Ocean views, amazing sunsets, and watch Humpbacks, Gray Whales, pounding surf, shore birds, and Bald Eagles from your living area.

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A Snug Harbour Inn
460 Marine Drive Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0 Home Phone: 250-726-2686Work Fax: 250-726-2685Work Phone: 1-888-936 5222Visit Website

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A Snug Harbour Inn is located in the small fishing village of Ucluelet, just south of Tofino on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Our luxury oceanfront bed & breakfast is nestled on a cliff overlooking the rugged Pacific coast, surrounded by old-growth forest. We offer privacy and elegance to adults – the perfect romantic retreat.

All rooms in the main building have private decks, ocean views, fireplaces, jetted tubs, lavish robes and heated bathroom floors. The is a large hot tub on the deck, and a stairway leads down to our private beach. Whale watching, kayaking and storm watching packages are available.

Ideally situated on the Wild Pacific Trail, A Snug Harbour Inn is also conveniently close to the Pacific Rim National Park and Long Beach, where you will find numerous hiking trails, secluded coves, many forms of wildlife and miles of beaches to explore.

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Reef Point Oceanfront B&B
Box 229 1166 Coral Way Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0 Home Phone: 250-726-1230Home Fax: 250-726-1231Work Phone: 1-877-726-1230Visit Website

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Reef Point Oceanfront Bed & Breakfast is located in Ucluelet on the West Coast of Vancouver Island – a luxurious waterfront B&B surrounded by natural rain forest, overlooking the wild Pacific Ocean. Watch powerful ocean waves crash over rugged shores right from your suite! West Coast luxury where the rain forest meets the sea.

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LandQuest Realty Corporation
101-313 6th Street New Westminster Vancouver BC V3L 3A7 Home Phone: 604-664-7630Home Fax: 604-606-7901Work Phone: 1-866-558-5263Visit Website

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Landquest Realty Corporation is a unique real estate company specializing in marketing recreational real estate, development properties, ranches, guest ranches, oceanfront, islands, resorts, lakefront, timber, trophy properties, remote fishing and hunting properties and Big Game Outfitter Territories throughout BC. Landquest’s dedicated group of experienced real estate professionals provide the best possible service in every corner of British Columbia.

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Majestic Ocean Bed & Breakfast
1183 Helen Road P.O. Box 287 Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0 Home Phone: 250-726-2868Home Fax: 250-726-2860Work Phone: 1-800-889-7644Visit Website

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Majestic Ocean Bed & Breakfast in Ucluelet offers rooms with private entrances, private bath, heated hardwood floors, comfortable queen sized beds, 8-person hot tub with waterfront view, and beach access. Minutes from the Wild Pacific Trail, Long Beach, Tofino, Pacific Rim National Park, and the Broken Group Islands. Majestic Ocean Kayaking offers world-class guided kayaking tours.

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Archipelago Wildlife Cruises
Whiskey Landing Marina Corner Cedar Road & Main Street Ucluelet BC V0R 3A0 Home Phone: 250-726-8289Visit WebsiteVisit Blog

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For an unforgettable west coast experience, step aboard our luxurious 53-foot motor yacht, the “Raincoast Maiden”, to view whales, bears, sea lions and other wildlife in comfort. We offer a relaxing wildlife cruise with a personal touch. With a spacious cabin, washroom, comfortable seating inside and out, guests can sit back and take in the abundant wildlife and magical scenery with a taste of luxury. Truly a nature cruise of a different nature!

More than just wildlife viewing, our interpretive and very personal tours include a scenic cruise of Barkley Sound and the Broken Group Islands and an optional gourmet meal while at anchor. Romantic champagne Sunset Cruises and Private Charters are also available. We will share our love and enthusiasm for the area and make your West Coast experience an unforgettable one.

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