Vancouver Island’s Pacific Sands Beach Resort Tofino, Where Eco & Nature Meets Luxury

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Next time you’re in Vancouver Island in British Columbia, check out the Pacific Sands Beach Resort, where you have authentically west coast, Tofino lodge and suite accommodation with front-row seats to nature’s greatest water park. The resort is located beach-front on spectacular Cox Bay on Vancouver Island on the edge of Pacific Rim National Park, a short scenic drive from Long Beach as well as the charming, seaside village of Tofino – famous for local culture and artisans.

Rooms have private decks where you can take in the ocean air and fully equipped kitchens should you decide to cook in. There’s also a variety of restaurants within walking distance as well.

They tout themselves as eco-friendly and are inspired by and committed to sustainable practices that preserve the delicate balance of nearby resources.

From a geo-exchange system to using wood killed by pine beetle infestation for building materials to our participation in the Clean the World program, eco-friendly is an understatement here.

They even take recharging to new levels with a new Electric Car Charging Station.

Beyond low-flush toilets, every tree, every material is evaluated in all resort decision-making and development based on a crystal clear, environmental mandate to set an example for responsible tourism.

Pacific Sands has been awarded a 4 out of 5 Key rating for excellence in environmental and social responsibility in all operational areas in the Green Key Eco-Rating Program.

From fully-equipped, family-friendly kitchens to cozy fireplaces, relaxing hot tubs, and social BBQ areas, they offer rooms with jaw-dropping, panoramic views steps from the surf.

Rooms range from 520 to 1,400 square feet and have fireplaces are available.


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One Response to Vancouver Island’s Pacific Sands Beach Resort Tofino, Where Eco & Nature Meets Luxury

  1. Cathy Clarke March 9, 2013 at 5:20 pm #

    I have been in love with Pacific Sands since the 70s and just keep going back!

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