Pacific Rim Navigators is pleased to partner with a variety of other businesses located in and around Tofino & Ucluelet. When you’re visiting this area, be sure to check out the following businesses…
Pacific Coastal Airlines
Pacific Coastal Airlines has partnered with Pacific Rim Navigators to provide shuttle service between Tofino-Long Beach Airport and the community of Tofino. Passengers will be able to seamlessly arrive at the Tofino-Long Beach Airport and transfer to a ground transportation shuttle that will drive passengers to a variety of resorts and rental properties in Tofino for a fee. The service is also available to take passengers to the Tofino-Long Beach Airport to hop on a Pacific Coastal flight.
Long Beach Nature Tours
Long Beach Nature has been proudly providing active adventures for 25 years. We are honoured to operate in the territories of the Nuu-chah-nulth Nations. Based on the western shores of Vancouver Island; we are the gateway to Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, Clayoquot Sound USESCO Biosphere Reserve and Nootka Sound providing access to some of the island’s most iconic coastal treks and outdoor pursuits.
Jamie's Whaling Station & Adventure Centers
If you want to get out on the water and witness the beautiful whales of Clayoquot Sound in their natural habitat, Jamie’s is the way to go. Jamie’s can also take you to Hot Springs Cove, take you for a canoeing or kayaking tour and so much more. Whatever type of adventure you’re seeking Jamie’s can make it happen.
Cascadia Airways Inc. (Cascadia Air), is a small commuter airline in the Province of British Columbia. Cascadia Air focuses on delivering “customer-first” services above and beyond other traditional airlines of its class. We are committed to building hands-on relationships, and strong long term partnerships with our communities and destinations.
The Wickaninnish Inn
Immersive and captivating, the Wickaninnish Inn celebrates its rich heritage through attentive hospitality and the spirit of adventure. Perched between the ancient rainforest and the sea, our location offers unparalleled access to the true nature of Vancouver Island’s west coast.
A lot has changed since we started flying B.C’s coast back in 1982. We’ve grown from a two seaplane airline servicing the forestry industry to one of the world’s largest all-seaplane airlines in the world, flying over 500,000 passengers a year (prior to March 2020). Throughout the company’s growth and memorable milestones, what hasn’t changed is our commitment to safety, team spirit, innovation and service.