Hi, everyone! I know I don’t usually review this kind of book, and I doubt I ever will again, but I’m doing it as a review swap, so bear with me. 🙂
Title: 251 Things To Do In Tofino
Author: Kait Fennell
Genre: Nonfiction (travel guides
Age-Range: adult (or young adult, I guess!)
Publisher: BlueFire Media
Source: author (in exchange for honest review)
Rating: 5/5 stars
Content: 0/5. It’s a non-fiction travel guide, so …
251 Things To Do In Tofino by Kait Fennell
Welcome to Tofino, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, the surf capital of Canada and much, much more. They call this the “end of the road” for Western Canada, but you are going to be calling it the start of the best time of your life. All you need is this eBook, an open mind, an open heart and the sense of wonder and adventure to embark on the journey of a thousand lifetimes.
Whether you are here to find out why this is the Surf Capital of Canada or to check out the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve or to find something entirely new and exciting, this is the book that will help you start your journey and this is the place to find the magic that you seek. 251 Things to do in Tofino indeed does have that many suggestions (and more).
This eBook also includes:
• First Nations history, local artists & galleries
• Amazing outdoors and fun kids’ activities
• Annual events, entertainment and local gourmet eats
• Great tips to make unforgettable memories
• Voices of 100 local contributing authors
• A comprehensive, detailed directory of Tofino
• And so much more!
If you’ve ever been to Tofino, ever intend to go to Tofino, or just like going on vacations and don’t know where to go, then get this book. You will know everything you ever needed to know about Tofino from weather to what clothes to bring to history to how to talk like a native … and, of course, 251 things to do while there! 🙂
Besides being highly informative, it’s also entertaining, written in an engaging writing style. It’s easy to navigate and well put-together.
So get 251 Things To Do In Tofino and enjoy! 😀
p.s. Yes, I know this was an incredibly short review, but quite honestly, what does one say about a travel guide except that it’s interesting and well-written and it has literally EVERYTHING in it!? 😀 Also, it’s a day late … but … can I blame it on life?