Surfing & Watersports
Surfing (JF Bergeron photo)
Welcome to the surfing capital of Canada.
Tofino was named the “Best Surf Town in North America” in Outside Magazine's 2010 Editors' Choice Awards and was awarded top spot in TripAdvisor’s 2011 Traveler’s Choice Awards “Best Beach in Canada” category.
Explore 35km/22mi of easy-to-access beaches with year-round surfing. Popular spots to catch waves are Chesterman Beach, Cox Bay and Long Beach.
Ocean temperatures average 10°C/50°F, but a wetsuit will take the chill out of cold water surfing. Visit one of the nine surf shops in Tofino to rent surfing equipment or to take a surf lesson – instruction for all levels of expertise and ages is available.
While Tofino may not boast a tropical climate, the rugged, pristine wilderness and dramatic winter storms makes this a one-of-a-kind surfing destination. Enjoy its laid-back vibe, award-winning cuisine, oceanside accommodation, and plentiful outdoor activities.
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430 Campbell St
Tofino, British Columbia
Offering an unforgettable experience since 1998.
To get full satisfaction in anything, you need knowledge and opportunity. Here at Pacific Surf School, we give you both so you will be up & riding the waves faster than you ever imagined. Voted #1 Surf School in Tofino (2009-2011), & Top 10 Surf Schools in the World (National Geographic, 2012); where else would you want to learn?
Here's how we make it easy: year round group, family, & private lessons; all lessons are 3 hours & include all necessary gear; 5:1 student to instructor ratio; bike & surf rentals; roof racks included with all surf board rentals.
625 Campbell St
Tofino, British Columbia
Learn to surf with Tofino's most established & longest running surf school. All experienced, friendly instructors are BCASI certified. Lessons are 2-3 hrs, all gear provided & great for all ages & abilities! See our website for additional camps & packages.
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A unique Aboriginal Cultural experience. One of the most unique trips in Tofino!
Dug-out Canoe Tours: Join your Nuu-chah-nulth guide and paddle a hand crafted dug out cedar canoe. Learn about local aboriginal culture and history. Walk along 1000 year old red cedars on the Big Tree Trail on Meares Island.
Paddle board Tours: Try stand up paddle boarding in the pristine wildlife sanctuary of Grice Bay, in Tla-o-qui-aht Tribal Park.
Hop on our special touring boards for a sleek and stable ride. Explore the unique ecology of the mudflats and beautiful grassy estuaries of Grice Bay.