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The activity level for this tour is recommended for the Enthusiast hikerand is for someone who wanting an off-the-beaten-path experience. Most of the hiking is relatively easy beach walking, but expect to contend with the occasional challenging path and uneven and rocky terrain. If you usually go on a long walk once a week, and don’t mind a little sweat this adventure is for you!

All of our tours are private which means that our rates are listed on a per person basis.

1 Guest: $720.00

2 Guests: $360.00

3 Guests: $290.00

4 Guests: $230.00

  • Offered: april to october
  • Distance: 12km
  • Duration: 8 hours
  • Elevation Gain: 50 meters
  • Quality of Trails: maintained path/sandy beach
  • Physical Requirements: regular exercise/good health
  • Meeting Location: You will meet your guide and boat at the First Street Dock in downtown Tofino.
  • Please make sure you arrive at least 15 minutes prior to departure to allow time to find street parking nearby. If you are staying outside of town, we recommend using your hotels free shuttle service to eliminate the hassle of the busy summer parking issues.
  • Local wilderness guide
  • Private boat and captain
  • Lunch (Dietary needs required)
  • Tea
  • Snacks
  • Use of trekking poles
  • Provincial Park Fees
  • Ahousaht Stewardship Fund Fee
  • Lightweight hiking shoes
  • Waterproof rain jacket
  • Water bottle
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Camera
  • Gratuity for your guide


“This vast, untamed wilderness area protects undisturbed watersheds with old-growth forest stands of Sitka spruce, as well as representative coastal and marine ecosystems, including excellent spawning conditions for coho salmon.

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. Visitors come from around the world to see the whales in Clayoquot Sound, and a trip to the area would not be complete without discovering all that beautiful Flores Island has to offer.”

– BC Parks