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Immerse yourself in Ucluelet

May 16, 2023

Visting in Ucluelet, you are invited to become one with the community and nature. You are more than just a visitor; you are part of a greater story unfolding all around you. The story of Ucluelet is r

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Timing is Everything, and Now is the Time.

March 22, 2023

The nourishing rainy season brings the forest to life in brilliant shades of green as the winter storms subside. Spring is emerging in Ucluelet, with our annual visitors, the grey whales, coming through as they head to Alaska for the summer. These ge

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Romancing the Storm

February 2, 2023

If you want to get closer to your partner, you need to turn up the cuddle. A sun-soaked beach in February may seem like a great idea, but do you really want to snuggle with someone slathered in SPF 50, sitting on crowded, hot sand? The smarter thing

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Normally Extraordinary

November 29, 2022

Although the last few years have been anything but “normal,” we’re happy to let you know that things around Ucluelet continue to be welcoming and familiar. It’s a great time to see us, because our “normal” is never “average,” especial

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Time to Find Your Wild

September 21, 2022

What’s your idea of wild? Is it the nearby park where you know every trail by heart but are still grateful for having nature so close at hand? Or is it unimaginably remote: the fjord of an uninhabited arctic island or a thic

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Love It Like A Local

June 16, 2022

If we want to protect  the things we love about the places we visit, we need to change the way we travel. Happily, this isn’t hard. Luckily, a lot of our loyal visitors have already been doing this for decades. Best

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The Whales Are Watching For You

March 18, 2022

As the winter storms subside, and our ancient sea-dwelling cousins return to these waters for a while, it’s your turn for a small migration. Going out on the water to watch the whales – or sea lions or sea otters – is a way to see a world mostly sp

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How will storm watching season change you?

December 1, 2021

When we stand safely along the trails and platforms in a winter storm, well wrapped against the wind, why are we so drawn to chaos? Could it simply be the power of the storm, like the visceral force of standing in front of the speakers at a live show

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