tofino glamping

Wildpod glamping in Tofino lets you sleep in luxury pods next to the Pacific Ocean

If you've always wanted to take a trip that somehow combines the beauty of camping with the luxury of a hotel, then glamping is probably right up your alley. 

And one glamping site in particular lets you stay in a beautiful pod on the tip of the Pacific Ocean. 

Wildpod Luxury Waterfront Camping in Tofino, B.C. offers an experience like no other. Travelers who visit can stay in one of six glamping domes, all of which sit on the edge of Tofino’s downtown core as well as the tip of the waterfront.

The ideal location of the pods means it's easy to take advantage of everything the town has to offer while also feeling sufficiently surrounded by nature. 

Each dome varies slightly from the rest and its design is loosely inspired by its name — be it the rock pod, the sand pod, the wave pod, the wood pod, the nest pod or the leaf pod. 

All of the pods are, however, equipped with an ensuite bathroom and shower, a massive panoramic window, a queen size bed, a kitchenette, a propane fireplace and more. 

One night in one of these glamorous domes ranges from $150 to $195, so it'll definitely cost you more than any old camp site. 

Still, the pods are undoubtedly a cut above the MEC tent in your basement — and the experience is bound to be too. 

Lead photo by

kalya murph


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