Flores Island Provincial Park

This vast, untamed wilderness area protects undisturbed watersheds with old-growth forest, exposed rocky coasts, sandstone reefs, beaches, sheltered channels and bays. The park offers excellent opportunities to see Gray whales, who pass by the Island in their annual migration from Baja California to Alaska. Seasonally resident Gray whales also use the bays for feeding during the summer, and a trip to the area would not be complete without discovering all that beautiful Flores Island has to offer.

WILDSIDE OF FLORES

Type: Day Hike

Escape the crowds and explore the depths of Clayoquot Sound and Flores Island on this epic day hike from Tofino.

Highlights

~Boat adventure~

~8 beautiful beaches~

~Remote island~

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