Come aboard one of our cabin cruiser vessels and enjoy a fun and relaxing tour to Hot Springs Cove where you can hike a beautiful rainforest trail before soaking in the natural hot spring pools.
*DUE TO COVID-19, HOT SPRINGS COVE IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED*
Update November 2021: At this time we are unsure of when Hot Springs Cove will be re-opening. For 2022 reservations, feel free to make a reservation for any dates available on the calendar. We will contact you if any changes need to be made to your reservation. This includes rescheduling of your departure time or if your tour is cancelled due to the Hot Springs not being opened.
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Additional Hot Springs Cove Information
Hot Springs Cove Season: Year-round
*Hot Springs Cove is currently closed due to Covid-19*
Covered Vessel: 8am, 11.30am (May through October)
Zodiac: 2.30pm (May through October)
From November through April departures may vary based on high tides.
Our Boats: Guests departing for Hot Springs Cove will have the choice of travelling to the hot springs onboard one of our cruiser style vessels or on our adventurous Zodiac style vessels.
Want to keep your social bubble together? We also offer private Hot Springs Cove tours.
What You'll See & Experience
Guests on our Hot Springs Cove tour will travel approximately 26 nautical miles from Tofino through the inlet waters or open ocean of Clayoquot Sound towards Maquinna Provincial Park. Throughout this 1-1.5 hour journey (each way) guests often have the chance to see the various whales that frequent our waters including Grey Whales, Humpback Whales, and Killer Whales. Along with whales, guests will also likely get to experience bald eagles, seals, sea lions, sea otters and other marine life in their natural habitat. Once arriving at Hot Springs Cove, a 30-40 minute boardwalk hike allows guests to soak in the mystic surrounding of the rainforest before relaxing in the natural thermal pools for a couple of hours.