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The magnificent beauty of Canada’s Pacific coastline is dramatically embodied in the natural paradise of the Pacific Rim National Park. Bold, superlative, and foreboding are just a few of the adjectives to describe this incredible enclave that is located on Vancouver Island – the only one of its kind in this specific region.
Comprising a total area of nearly 43000 hectares of land and ocean and divided into 3 main territories – the Broken Group Islands, Long Beach, and the West Coast Trail -the Pacific Rim National Park provides extensive protection for substantial rainforests and the scintillating marine environment that can be found on the west coast of Vancouver Island. The history behind this national park is equally as fascinating as it was inhabited by the indigenous Nuu-chah-nulth tribe for thousands of years; its rich and burgeoning heritage has continually involved since then and today, is a dazzling landscape home to a great diversity of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish. Travelling through the Pacific Rim National Park is a rare privilege as visitors are treated to a glorious and unspoilt tribute to Mother Nature and are able to marvel at terrific, unparalleled scenery that stretches for miles around them.
There are a plethora of exciting and adventurous activities to enjoy in the Pacific Rim National Park with top pastimes including camping, surfing, diving, canoeing and kayaking, hiking and backpacking, fishing, and cycling and mountain biking. Furthermore, the Pacific Rim National Park is the perfect place to enjoy superb whale watching with a number of whale watching events occurring throughout the year.