A pristine, supernatural slice of Vancouver Island, BC Located at the end of a scenic half-hour walk along a boardwalk trail through old-growth cedar rainforests, the hot pools remain at an average temperature of approximately 50 degrees Celsius, with pools flowing between rock beds, and down waterfalls, into several rocky pools. Move from one level to the next, and experience the different temperatures, as the water grows slowly cooler where the springs are fed by ocean swells.

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Getting Here

There are only two ways into our pristine, supernatural slice of Vancouver Island, BC, and that is by boat, or by air. Not sure which is best for you and your travel companions? We’re here to help. We’ve curated all the most relevant, up-to-date info and resources for you to plan your trip by air or by sea to Hot Springs Cove from Tofino.

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Hesquiaht First Nation

Hesquiaht First Nation is the most northerly and also the most remote of the Nuu-chah-nulth Nations in the Clayoquot Sound. Along with 13 other First Nations on the West Coast of Vancouver Island we are members of the Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council. Hot Springs Cove is our most inhabited reserve with approximately 55 people residing in the community. Our reserve in Hesquiaht has one family that lives in the area year-round, and several other families that reside there in the summer months.

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