Nature Tours

~ Great for Families ~

RATING: Introductory

Kwisitis: Intro to Pacific Rim

Take in the views from the beautiful Wickaninnish Beach and immerse yourself in the Coastal Temperate Rainforest along the South Beach trail as your guide introduces you to the natural history of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. Suitable for all, this gradual walk is a great starting point for your visit to the west coast.

DURATION: 2 hours  ~  DISTANCE: 4 km

LOCATION: Pacific Rim National Park Reserve

OFFERED: Year Round

COST: Starting at $100 per person

Closed due to COVID-19

~ Storm Watching ~

RATING: Introductory

Wild Pacific Trail: Graveyard of the Pacific

Dramatic rugged coastline shows true beauty at countless vistas on the Wild Pacific Trail in Ucluelet. This trail system allows us to hike with ease in a landscape that the ocean has carved its name into the shore. Big winter storms showcase this region to be one of the most visited trail networks in the area.

DURATION: 2 hours  ~  DISTANCE: 3 km

LOCATION: Ucluelet, British Columbia

OFFERED: Fall, Winter

COST: Starting at $100 per person

Closed due to COVID-19

~ Speciality Tour ~

RATING: Introductory

Birds of Pacific Rim: Birdwatching Tour

Visit multiple locations within the National Park and surrounding area with our expert birding guide, who will provide extensive local knowledge and insight on the unique ecosystems that support such large numbers of birds.

DURATION: 3 hours  ~  DISTANCE: 4 km

LOCATION: Pacific Rim National Park Reserve

OFFERED: Spring, Summer, Fall

COST: Starting at $150 per person

Closed due to COVID-19

~ Nature Lovers ~

RATING: Introductory

Clayoquot Explorer: Wildlife Viewing & Big Tree Trail

We begin this adventure in the protected waters of Clayoquot Sound in our private boat in search of black bears, eagles, seals and other wildlife. Next, step ashore and explore the Wanachus/Hilthuuis (Meares Island) Tribal Park, home to some of the oldest red cedars in British Columbia, on a leisurely interpretive walk along the Big Tree Trail.

DURATION: 4 hours ~ DISTANCE: 2 km

LOCATION: Clayoquot Sound UNESCO Biosphere

OFFERED: Spring, Summer, Fall

COST: Starting at $325 per person

Closed due to COVID-19

Our Nature Tours are all rated as "Introductory" which means, no previous hiking experience is required and you can expect 2-4 hours of physical activity. These walks utilize well formed trails, boardwalks, beaches and in general the walks are up to a half day duration. For you to be able to really enjoy this trip we recommend that you are to walk comfortably for a few hours at a time (with breaks included) and is suitable for all ages. Meeting location, with a detailed map and tour information will be provided upon booking.

  • A day with a certified and knowledgeable local guide

A Parks Canada day pass will be required for tours located in Pacific Rim National Park. A 1% Conservation Fee will be added to all tours as we are committed to supporting the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation’s vision of achieving a socially and ecologically just conservation economy, where every dollar spent supports the ecological protection and restoration of the Tribal Parks ancestral gardens and the resurgence of Tla-o-qui-aht culture and governance. Transportation is not included unless requested prior to booking

  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Water
  • Day pack
  • Rain jacket
 Missing something? If you need any last minute gear before heading out on a hike with us, we have all sorts of outdoor wear available to purchase at our office. Give us a call!

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Based in Tofino BC, Long Beach Nature Tours strive to create a unique private experience for you, our guest. With a variety of trails to explore ranging from leisurely walks to more adventurous pursuits, your tour will be customized to your interests and abilities. Our hiking guides are accredited by Parks Canada, are experienced and professional interpreters and biologists. Our goal is to connect our guests with nature, to educate visitors to this region and to discover wild places.