Golf: Bear Mountain – Valley Course & Mountain Course, Ridge Golf – Bay course, Olympic
excursion to Tofino by seaplane




Arrive in Vancouver Airport
Pick up your vehicle and leave for your hotel Fairmont Pacific Rim (about 20 mins)
Night at the Fairmont Pacific Rim


Free day and exploring Vancouver (services and tour upon on request)
Night at the Fairmont Pacific Rim

Day 3

Breakfast and check out
Leave for The Westin Bear Mountain in Victoria (about 4 hours by boat between vancouver and victoria)
Check in at the Westin Bear Mountain
Night at the Westin Bear Mountain

Day 4

18 holes – Westin The Valley Course
Night at the Westin Bear Mountain

Day 5

18 holes – Ridge the Bay Course (about 20 minutes)
Night at the Westin Bear Mountain

Day 6

18 holes – Westin The Valley Course
Night at the Westin Bear Mountain

Day 7

18 holes – Olympic View (about 20 minutes) or excursion to Tofino by seaplane
Night at the Westin Bear Mountain

Day 8

Breakfast, check out and leave for Vancouver Airport


  • E-class rental car with unlimited mileage
  • 2 nights at the Fairmont Pacific Rim in double room
  • 5 nights at the Westin Bear mountain in double room
  • Buffet breakfasts
  • Golf program with 4 green fees (see program)
  • Local taxes

note: The golf program can be modified at their discretion by the guests
Depending on availability at certain golf courses, we may need to change the program.


  • travel insurance
  • meals not mentioned
  • personal expenses
  • practice balls not included in the green fee
  • rental of golf equipment
  • golf carts
  • golf transfers ( hotel concierge services)

Price is per person including taxes, min. 2 golfers, 2 golfers per room.

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Tofino is a district of about 1,876 residents on the west coast of Vancouver Island, in British Columbia, Canada, located at the western terminus of Highway 4, on the tip of the Esowista Peninsula, at the southern edge of Clayoquot Sound.


Tofino, Canada

A popular tourist destination in the summer, Tofino’s population swells to many times its winter size. It attracts surfers, nature lovers, campers, whale watchers, fishermen, or anyone just looking to be close to nature. In the winter it is not as bustling, although many people visit Tofino and the west coast to watch storms on the water. Close to Tofino is Long Beach, a scenic and popular year-round destination, at the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. Nearby Maquinna Marine Provincial Park, with its natural hot springs, is located about 45 kilometres (28 mi) north of Tofino and is also a popular day-trip destination for tourists although it is only reachable by boat or float plane.

The settlement of Tofino first acquired the name in 1909 with the opening of the Tofino Post Office, named in association with Tofino Inlet nearby. Tofino Inlet was named in 1792 by the Spanish commanders Galiano and Valdés, in honour of Admiral Vicente Tofiño de San Miguel y Wanderiales (or Vanderiales); born in 1732, in Cádiz (Andalucía-Spain); and death in 1795, in San Fernando (Cádiz-Andalucía-Spain), under whom Galiano had learned cartography.