Long Beach Haven B&B or Guest Suite, near Tofino BC
Sleep to the sound of waves . . .
Wake up to bird songs
10 footsteps from the open ocean
Let yourself be surrounded by waves and trees. Explore the Park's trails, enjoy leisurely sunsets on Schooner Cove, or watch a spectacular west coast storm.
Explore the shoreline, small tide pools are full of surprises. The islands close to Long Beach Haven and Schooner Cove make this beach magical. It is also 'wild'... Ospreys, river otters, seals, sometimes grey whales, eagles, kingfishers and sandpipers are at home on this coastline. You will chance to see a deer walking on the beach in the early morning hours. A black bear could stroll by. Wolfs and cougars are not so easy to see, but their presence can sometimes be felt. We can only describe the feeling of their proximity as one of 'heightened awareness'.
Plan a day hiking kilometers of sandy beach to Kwisitis Visitor Centre
on the other side of the bay. Visit the interpretive centre then walk back to Long Beach Haven in
late afternoon past sand dunes and small creeks. You can also catch aride on the Tofino Bus to the top of Schooner Cove Trail, then hike down through the trail to Long Beach Haven.
The village of Tofino is just 15 minutes drive away. And Ucluelet is only 25 minutes away.
Long Beach Haven is located next to Schooner Trail, Pacific Rim National Park.
Long Beach Haven is a member of the Tofino Long Beach Chamber of Commerce,the Pacific Rim Visitor Center, and the Federation of Francophones of British Columbia.