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Rough seas calming: Tin Wis, past, present, and future

Tin Wis is within Tla-o-qui-aht Ḥaaḥuułi and the Tla-o-qui-aht Tribal Parks, and like the ancestral village site that existed here for tens of thousands of years, the 85-room beachfront hotel stands facing one of the oldest highways on earth – the ocean. Connected to this deeply storied place, Tin Wis Best Western Resort’s own evolution relies upon the resilience of the Tla-o-qui-aht people, ancestral land and identity, and the perseverance of Cultural Lifeways as well as the Indigenous laws which protect biological diversity.

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The path to tranquility—west coast summer hikes and E-bikes

Explore the natural splendor of Tofino through the lens of adventure and tranquility, where every pedal stroke on an Ebike becomes a journey into the heart of the west coast. Join us as we dive into the partnership between T̓iick̓in Ebikes and Tin Wis Resort, unlocking the secrets of Tofino’s rugged landscapes and cultural richness. From the scent of the cedar forest to the call of migrating shorebirds, discover how these eco-friendly adventures are reshaping exploration on Vancouver Island. Embark on a voyage that blends nature, sustainability, and community, all against the backdrop of the breathtaking Pacific Rim National Park Reserve.

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Discover the spirit of Tin Wis: sharing Tla-o-qui-aht culture at home and abroad  

Integral to the spirit of Tla-o-qui-aht-owned Tin Wis Resort is the desire to welcome guests into these deeply meaningful ancestral homelands and to share a rich and storied culture. When you visit Načiks (Tofino), it is important to understand that this is not a “remote wilderness” but “wałyuu”, meaning “home” and that unparalleled beauty is a result of Indigenous-led stewardship since time immemorial. The true heart of oceanfront Tin Wis Resort is its People whose connection to this place is profound.

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