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Attractions

Wickaninnish Interpretive Centre
This rustic, wooden building houses many artifacts and information about Tofino and the Clayoquot area. You will also see a First Nations canoe and learn about the history of the First Nation in this area. Browse through the Quisitis Gift Shop and find a unique treasure to take home.

To entice your taste buds they have a restaurant which over looks the Pacific Ocean. Take a stroll on miles of sandy beach.

 
 
Sport Fishing
If you are looking for some great salmon and halibut fishing you have come to the right place.

The shorelines off of the coast of Ucluelet are renowned for the abundance of salmon and halibut. Ucluelet offers fishing charters  

 
Whale Watching
Migration of the Pacific Gray whale happens every March, bringing thousand of whales by our coastline.
Ucluelet offers a wide range of tours. See whales, sea lions, bears and eagles while exploring the Broken Group Islands in the Barkley Sound.
 
 
Wild Pacific Trail
Runs along our rugged Pacific coastline. Take in Amphilrite Point Lighthouse, walking east enjoy the view of the Broken Group Island in the Barkley Sound. Watch the waves pound the coastline. Looking south and west see the open space of the Pacific Ocean. This trail is great for storm watching, sit on one of many benches to watch the sun rise and set.
 
 
Surfing
Come and experience Canada's best surfing on on the West Coast of Vancouver Island year round. There are many delightful beaches of sand and surf. 

Visit the The Wya Point Surf Shop to learn more.

 
 
Wya Welcome Centre
The Wya Welcome Centre opened its doors on Aborignal Day June 21 2010. The Centre is the gateway to Yuu-thluth-aht culture, people and their economy. Visit the Centre and learn about the Nuu-chah-nulth language, history, and art.
 
 
Wya Point Resort Walking Trails and Beaches
There are many trails in and around the Wya Point Campground & Resort. You can easily walk to Ucluth Beach and the famous blowhole, or in the opposite direction to Halfmoon Bay and Florencia Beach in the Pacific Rim National Park.