Pacific Rim National Park
This unique national park is made up of temperate rainforest, lovely sand beaches and rugged rock archipelagos. The Pacific Rim National Park Reserve is a breathtaking coastal wonderland that showcases the rugged beauty of the island. This protected area covers over 500 square kilometres of land that is divided into three distinct regions: the Long Beach Unit, the Broken Group Islands, and the West Coast Trail.
With its windswept beaches, towering old-growth rainforests, and crashing waves, Long Beach is a paradise for surfers, beachcombers, and hikers. You can take a leisurely stroll along the sandy shores or simply watch the majestic sunsets. And if you're feeling adventurous, try your hand at surfing the Pacific waves.
Broken Group of Islands
Embark on a kayaking expedition through the Broken Group Islands, a collection of over 100 islands and islets. Paddle through pristine waters, spot marine wildlife such as seals and sea lions, and camp under the stars on the deserted islands for a truly immersive experience in nature.