At Tofino Resort + Marina, we recognize and support the land and ocean we get to work, play and live on. We are a proud member of the Tribal Parks Alliance, which means that we are conscious about recognizing that every adventure tour out in the water and on the land takes place on unceded Indigenous territory. We also continue to actively support efforts and raise money for wild salmon protection through our Fish For the Future fund, which is managed by the Clayoquot Biosphere Trust.
Guests who stay, book an adventure tour and/or activity at Tofino Resort + Marina will be contributing 2% of their total bill to funding the ongoing environmental protection of wild salmon and the natural watershed in Tofino.
In partnership with the Clayoquot Biosphere Trust (CBT), Tofino Resort + Marina contributes revenue alongside guests who contribute 1% of all resort and restaurant purchases to current and future watershed projects. The funds are collected by CBT and placed into an endowment fund which then gets distributed to keystone projects that protect wild salmon populations.
Projects include funding and supporting charities and ENGOs such as Central Westcoast Forest Society, Tofino Salmon Enhancement Society and the Salmon Round Table.
The Clayoquot Sound and more specifically the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations territory is an incredibly beautiful and bountiful landscape. From old growth forests to invigorating marine life, it knows no bounds.
Guests who stay and/or embark on an adventure/activity with Tofino Resort + Marina contribute a humble 1% of their total bill to the unceded territory of the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations. These funds will assist the Tla-o-qui-aht in developing exciting economic development and environmental protection programs for all to use and enjoy. This includes the development of the Tribal Parks’ Guardians Program, cultural preservation and restoration initiatives, hydropower projects and marine life and fish hatchery operations – with your help all programs are constructed and operated in a manner that is respectful of Tla-o-qui-aht heritage, the natural environment and all life who inhabit it.