Coastal Explorer with Hello Nature Adventure Tours

Tuesday March 13, 2018 : 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Ucluelet (contact Hello Nature for exact location)


Challenge yourself to a wilderness hike.  The coastal rainforest and windswept beaches hold countless stories of ancient trading routes for local First Nations.  Eagles, seals, sea lions, mink, sea otters, and even whales are in abundance at varying times of the year.

Expert guides will escort and interpret the natural and cultural history of the area . Our guests carry only a bottle of water, a light but delicious snack, and any needed personal gear.  Safety equipment will be provided and carried by your guide. As a student of finance, you're very likely to have many online fund duties. We've got a group of specialists with excellent proficiency in fund which may translate and answer any sort of issues. From the high world universe of academics that this is a reassuring idea and we've got years of expertise in addressing a huge selection of different fund issues, therefore we've got great confidence in our own skills to undertake even the hardest of duties, on time and with all the quality you want. In, we're devoted to providing a broadly considered, exceptional quality, effective and inexpensive service to pupils in every area of academia. We know deeply the contested that includes education.
Partnered event25% of proceeds go to support the Whale festival.
Phone or email for reservations  $30pp/ 10 people max  250-726-2035




Interpretive Walks
Maritime & Coastal Cultures

Storytelling with artist Roy Henry Vickers

Tuesday March 13, 2018 : 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Eagle Aerie Gallery, 350 Campbell St, Tofino

Renowned First Nation artist Roy Henry Vickers intimately shares personal stories of coastal life and inspirations, in his own longhouse gallery. He will be releasing Limited Edition prints and will be available for signing following the storytelling. Everyone welcome! Thanks to Eagle Aerie Gallery for years of Whale Festival support.
FREE event – no Admission.

Arts & Culture
First Nations Cultural Features
Interpretive Talks
Kids/Family Fun
Maritime & Coastal Cultures