Gisele Martin is a prominent cultural ambassador, language activist and storyteller of ƛaʔukʷiʔatḥ First Nation. Join her for an engaging two hour cultural walking tour in her home territory.
This walk takes place on The Schooner Cove boardwalk, which is part of the Tla-o-qui-aht Tribal park. The trail meanders through Nuuchahnulth ancestral forests and leads to the corner of Long Beach. The trail itself is approximately 1.5 km long, and has 336 stairs. The trail head is about 15 km drive from Tofino and the turn off can be found by looking for the sign that reads “Schooner Cove Trail”.
What to expect
Gisele will meet the group at the parking lot/trail head. Then, she will guide the group down the trail providing interpretation along the way, and also when the group arrives at the beach. Once the two hours are over Gisele will take her leave and guests will be free to explore the beach further to their liking or head back up the trail.
No pets on walks
Youth under 18 must be accompanied by adults
Dress for the weather and be prepared for weather changes
Bring a back pack with water and snacks as there are no stores nearby
Group size limit 10 people, unless otherwise requested by a group larger than 10 people
Babies (who can be carried the whole way) go free
Tour dates (July only, on Mondays from 4pm-6pm)
On our calendar, please see these dates to book:
Gisele Martin Nuuchahnulth cultural walk
Please choose date and number of people in order to book.
Tour runs from 4pm to 6pm.
Online bookings must be 24 hours in advance. For last minute bookings please contact us directly 250.266.3787