Take part in our de-stressing ritual and connect with nature, relax your mind, body and soul. 

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Nestled in the remote northern edge of Clayoquot Sound is Maquinna Provincial Park. For centuries, the local Ahousaht First Nation have trusted the calming, medicinal and spiritual benefits of the geothermal waters of Hot Springs Cove. It is a popular destination among visitors and locals alike which serves as a relaxing and healing nature experience; now ingrained into Tofino's cultural fabric. Take part in our de-stressing ritual and connect with nature, relax your mind, body and soul. Slow down, walk quietly, take your time and listen to the birds along the rainforest trail, relax in the geothermal hot pools, cool down with a cold water ocean plunge and repeat. Join us on a day trip to Hot Springs Cove or combine it with another activity for a full day adventure!


|     Wildlife viewing opportunities|     Soak in natural hot springs|     Exciting RHIB boat trip

Our Zodiac Hurricane 733 is a rigid-hull inflatable boat (RHIB) seats up to 8 passengers. RHIB's are often used for various military, police and rescue applications. Depending on the engine and load, the Zodiac Hurricane 733 can achieve speeds of up to 50 knots or more. These boats are typically constructed with a durable, rigid hull made of fiberglass or aluminum. The inflatable tubes, often made of Hypalon or PVC, provide stability and buoyancy. These boats are extremely agile and provide an excellent platform for wildlife viewing and tourism. In an open boat like this, you get close to the elements. Even on hot summer days, it still can be cold out on the water and weather conditions can change rapidly. All guests must wear our provided waterproof jacket, pants and lifejacket while on board our vessel. These lifejackets (certified by Transport Canada for commercial use) are suitable for those weighing 40kg/88lbs or more. If you are pregnant, have back problems, or weigh less than 40kg; we recommended other activities.


Please arrive at our office 30 minutes prior to get fitted with our outerwear before heading out on the tour. Our office location will be provided to you in your tour confirmation email.


Activity Rating: LIGHT Travelers should be in good health and comfortable sitting in an open boat for extended periods of time. Given the dynamic nature of sea conditions and the rapid fluctuations in daily weather forecasts, you should be prepared for a variety of conditions. You will need enough mobility to get in and out of a boat and walk comfortably for 30 min - 1 hour. *Hot Springs Cove - Exercise caution at all times and move slowly and deliberately when entering and exiting the natural geothermal pools in Maquinna Provincial Park. The terrain is uneven, rocky and slippery. Rocks can shift underfoot, leading to falls, sprains, or other injuries. We highly recommend that you have water shoes or sandals with excellent grip instead of attempting bare feet. The water is also very hot so please be mindful of the time spent within the pools and be sure to stay hydrated. Wildlife Sightings While we can't guarantee specific animal sightings during our trip through Clayoquot Sound, it's important to remember that each day in nature is a unique and awe-inspiring experience. In this region live a healthy population of sea otters, seal lions, bald eagles and grey whales which we can sometimes come across during a trip. Fingers crossed we may find some fun critters along the way!


Prior to confirming your booking, please review our Terms & Conditions.


You will also be required to read and agree to our Waiver of Liability during the booking process and signed prior to arrival.


|     Dress in warm clothes in serval layers (long pants, long shirt, sweater or jacket).|     Bring your own mittens, gloves, shoes according to the conditions of the day.|     A buff/scarf is recommended no matter the weather when you go out on an open boat.|     Bathing suit & towel|     Water shoes or sandals|     It’s also a good idea to pack sunscreen, at hat, and sunglasses|     Lunch and a snack|     1-2 litres of water per person|     And a camera of course! If you are missing anything, all of these items are available for purchase at our office.


|     Sailing jacket & pants|     Lifejacket|     Goggles|     Binoculars


To learn more about our fees, what they are and why we add them to our tours, CLICK HERE.


Adults: $229Youth/Seniors: $219 Private Charter: $1,375

Prices are listed in Canadian Dollars + 1% Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation Fee+ 1% Ahousaht First Nation Fee+ $20 Park Permit+ $10 Fuel Surcharge Fee+ 5% GST

Duration: 6 hours

Starts/Ends: Tofino

Activity Level: Light

Group size: 1-8 people

Season: May-September

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