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About Ucluelet

The town of Ucluelet, which means “safe harbour” in the language of the Nuu-Chah-Nulth, is located on the West Coast of Vancouver Island. This lovely town has about 1,800 residents and offers some breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean. Ucluelet has something to offer the tourist during all... read more

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The town of Ucluelet, which means “safe harbour” in the language of the Nuu-Chah-Nulth, is located on the West Coast of Vancouver Island. This lovely town has about 1,800 residents and offers some breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean. Ucluelet has something to offer the tourist during all four seasons of the year. Tourists should also be pleased to know that Ucluelet has a wide range of accommodation options available that will suit any budget or travelling style.

During autumn, there are many hiking trails that can be explored such as the new Wild Pacific Trail that starts from Amphitrite Point. Winter time gives one the opportunity to enjoy the magnificent views next to a cosy fire. Spring offers the prospect of watching the grey whales migrating along the coastline to the Baja. Then there are the lovely sandy stretches of Long Beach that can be enjoyed during summer.

Other popular activities in Ucluelet include fishing, kayaking, scuba diving, nature cruises, storm watching and also relaxation. Some of the exciting accommodation options in the area include luxurious resorts, affordable hotels and motels, scenic cabins, chalets and cottages, welcoming B&B’s and hostels and camping spots for those on a tight budget. Accommodation in Ucluelet will provide tourists with an undisturbed breakaway from the outside world, but also with enough opportunity for adventure.

Ucluelet has a lot to offer any tourist – from world class accommodation to exciting activities all year long. Ucluelet is a stop on Vancouver Island not to be missed.