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Last day to enter Ocean Village Resort Contest and 10 reasons why you should

Photos courtesy of Ocean Village in Tofino, BC Facebook page

Today is the last day to enter the Ocean Village Beachfront Resort Contest.

Ocean Village
in Tofino is known for its "epic" storm-watching and gorgeous sunsets. Here are 10 more reasons why the Ocean Village Beach Resort is a wonderful place to stay, courtesy of the Trip Advisor community.

1. Magical scenery 

"There is a certain magic to looking out from your balcony and catching the sunset out on the Pacific. Being able to walk down the stairs and walk out to the beach is the strong initial attraction to this place. Its price point and  the fact that there's a kitchen there really make a strong case for staying there. There's no TV, but there is WiFi, should you need it. It is relatively close to Tacofino should you decide you don't want to cook. They are pet friendly as well," maltrat commented on Trip Advisor.


"Sunsets this week have lead to plenty of beachfront gatherings. They have been stunning night after night. Tonight there was a pink glow in the sand right in front of me, assuring me that I was in just the right spot..." – Ocean Village Resort

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