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Visitors at the Ucluelet Aquarium
(Brendan van Son photo)

Ucluelet

Kayaking in the Broken Group Islands near Ucluelet (Picture BC photo)

Kayaking in the Broken Group Islands near Ucluelet (Picture BC photo)

Pronounce it "Yew-Kloo-Let." In the language of the Aboriginal Nuu-chah-nulth, it means "safe harbour."

The unpretentious, outgoing people who live here call it "Ukee" and visitors are invited to do the same. That's the sort of easygoing place Ukee is. Ukee folk like to chat to strangers, walk them to their destinations, show them where to eat and introduce local legends like Oyster Jim, prime mover in creating the Wild Pacific Trail.

They're also happy to help visitors choose their passions from Ukee's incredible selection of things to do. Hard to believe a small village can offer so many big experiences. Will that be whale watching, bear watching, bird watching, fishing, surfing, hiking, biking, ocean kayaking, zip lining or Ukee dining and a sunset cruise?

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