Discover a selection of 87 vacation rentals in Tofino that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including WiFi and fireplaces. Prices start at $199 per night, and houses and cabins are popular options for a stay in Tofino. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

The jewel of Vancouver Island

With its vast sandy beaches and relaxed surfer town vibes, Tofino is one charismatic destination. While it was once a quiet hideaway, today Tofino is one of British Columbia’s most popular summer escapes. Whether you want to hit the beach, rub shoulders with wildlife, or discover First Nations culture, Tofino has it all. The town does have its fair share of swanky resorts, but Tofino vacation rentals unlock a priceless local experience. From cozy cabins to luxurious lakefront properties, there’s no better way to discover Tofino.

Things to do

Live the beach life in Tofino

Easily one of Tofino’s best stretches of sand, Chesterman Beach is perfect for sunbathing, surfing, and watching fiery sunsets. If beach access is a priority, Tofino vacation rentals unlock access to a host of luxury properties just steps from Chesterman Beach. Nearby Long Beach is another gem, with many miles of golden sand. At low tide, Cox Beach reveals kaleidoscopic tidal pools inhabited by tangerine sea stars, purple-hued mussels, and multicolored anemones. Staggeringly beautiful, Pacific Rim National Park is one of Canada’s most coveted nature reserves. Rainforest trails wind their way through the park and make it easy to immerse yourself beneath the canopy.


Waves and wildlife in Tofino

A stroll around the town center is the perfect way to get your bearings, with plenty of quirky gift stores, hippy clothing boutiques, and First Nations galleries to explore. You’ll also find a smorgasbord of artisan bakeries, farm-to-table restaurants, and of course, the legendary TacoFino food truck. Rain or shine, Tofino is a great place to try your hand at surfing. The town is littered with surf shops where you can hire boards, booties, and thick wetsuits. From whale watching cruises to grizzly bear encounters, Tofino serves as a starting point for a host of unique experiences.


Summers and storm watching

Legions of vacationers flock to Tofino in the summer, when the town and its beaches are drenched in sunshine. Warm weather makes it a great time to beach hop, hit the trails, or simply enjoy the sun. In the winter, meanwhile, Tofino gets hit by wailing winds and roaring waves. With oceanfront Tofino vacation rentals, you can watch the wild weather roll by while warming up by a blazing fireplace. The best time to storm watch is November to February, with around 10 to 15 fierce cold fronts a month.

Natural features

The end of the road in Tofino

Tofino is perched on the northern tip of the Esowista Peninsula, which juts out into the sparkling waters of Clayoquot Sound. The town is bordered by the ancient coastal rainforests of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. Whether you want to embark on a West Coast Trail backpacking adventure or explore the park’s well-maintained boardwalks, there are endless opportunities to immerse yourself in the wilderness. Tofino is also fringed by some of Canada’s most sumptuous beaches and surf breaks. Not to mention some of North America’s best whale watching opportunities.

How to get there

Transportation options to and around Tofino

Fly into Tofino, BC (YAZ), the closest airport, located 8 mi (12.9 km) from the city center.

How many vacation rentals are available around Tofino?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 87 vacation rentals around Tofino. From 65 house rentals to 14 cabin rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.