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Travel Diaries: Tofino, Canada

A recap of the Tofino trip back in June. I just wanted to share some of the pictures from the landscapes and nature and
some of the activities we managed to fit in into our short stay there. For me the best part was the whale watching!
 It was such a fun little activity. I only wish I could've seen some Orcas as well.


  1. Beautiful place and pictures!

  2. International boundary that divides the us and Canada is that the longest international approach Earth, and lots of communities and businesses have interests lying on each side . The shared border facilitates the most important trade relationship between any pair of nations within the world.It is therefore unsurprising that Americans and Canadians frequently run into their neighboring country's tax laws. Although handling international tax concerns is usually complicated, a special relationship between the us and Canada offers some protection for citizens who earn income or conduct business in both countries.

  3. One of the highlights of visiting Tofino is exploring Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, which encompasses Long Beach, a 16-kilometer stretch of sandy shoreline that's perfect for long walks, beachcombing, and even surfing. The park also offers a network of hiking trails through old-growth forests, including the famous West Coast Trail for those seeking a multi-day wilderness trekking experience. cloud and CAD Another must-do activity in Tofino is whale watching. The waters around Tofino are home to a variety of whale species, including gray whales, humpback whales, and orcas. Taking a boat tour to witness these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat is a truly awe-inspiring experience.


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