• Explore the epic nature of the PNW feat. enormous old growth trees, lush rainforests, picturesque lakes, rugged beaches & spectacular canyons

  • Check out the towns, markets, restaurants, etc. that are the heart of the Island

  • Gain insight into Vancouver Island culture including Indigenous customs and way of life.

  • Want to level up your experience? We've got you covered with discounted customizable activities like whale watching, surfing and more!

  • Tick camping in the most pristine locations of the PNW off your bucket list 

  • Our unique experience is unlike any other out there and is in the company of likeminded people from all over the world. Let loose, relax, find yourself and make lifelong friends.

Neck of the Woods

camping adventure on vancouver island

  • Portable charger

  • Sleeping bag* 

  • One large luggage max

                *rentals available ($)

Ready to pack?

Don't forget these essentials:

  • Warm layers

  • Rain jacket

  • Sunscreen

  • Swimwear & towel

  • Comfy walking shoes


quick details

Operating: May to Sept

Duration: Four days

depart Victoria (7:45am)

return Day 4 (8:00pm)

Ages: 19+

  • Local guide, driver & shoulder to cry on 

  • Transport on our adorable, homey bus

  • Camping fees, equipment* & set up!

  • Yummy brekkies (x3) & 1 BBQ Feast 

Include all meals optional ($)

Day 1 - South Island to Ucluelet


Day 2 - Tofino & Pacific Rim National Park

Wake up to breakfast at our campsite before we head out to explore the island's dreamiest region. Thrill seekers and beach bums alike are in their element when visiting the Pacific Rim National Park. The area is Canada's surf capital and world famous for its breathtaking beaches. Inland you'll find lush rainforests easily accessible through the region’s many hiking trails.


We'll spend most of the day strolling the beaches and exploring the trails mentioned above, stopping for lunch and some free time in Tofino, the island's most beloved west coast town. Tofino has a magical presence and is a hub for art exhibits and museums showcasing the history of the Nuu-chah-nulth People who have occupied the area for thousands of years.

booking for a group?

We get that costs add up quick when you travel and that's why we've skipped the bells and whistles to keep you on budget.


This ain't no luxury tour, it's a camping adventure. We keep it unpretentious, friendly and fun.   

From $629 per person



  • Transport (rental car, insurance, fuel $550)

  • Tent & Gear ($350)

  • Campsites ($75)

  • Private Tour Guide ($100+ per day)

  • Breakfasts ($50)

  • BBQ Dinner ($30)

  • National Park Fee ($8)

  • Firewood ($40)

Total Value: $1,553

Contact us about private tours! Family vacations, corporate events, birthdays, you name

it, we've got you covered.

Day 3 - Free Time &  Lakeside Camping

There is so much to see and do around the Pacific Rim, one day simply doesn't cut it. This morning is for you; chill out in town, go to the beach, whale watch or surf, totally your call! Just a heads up that some activities like whale watching book out in advance so if you have your heart set on a specific activity please let us know ASAP so we can book you in. 

In the afternoon we head east, stopping to wander through an Old Growth forest before arriving at the lake to set up camp for the night. Not much beats a dip in in a secluded lake on a hot summers day. We'll cook up a barbecue, take a dip in the lake, play some games, crack a beer and enjoy our last night together! 

Day 4 - Port Renfrew & the Southwest Coast

 Sadly, our final day has come. Roll outta bed and take one last dip in the lake, have breakfast and we'll head out stoping in the town of Ladysmith, a heritage hillside community next to the sea. We have some top notch recommendations at our favourite bakery here that you do not want to miss if you're craving a sweet snack.


We'll head back to Victoria via an alternate route that takes us out west towards Port Renfrew where we'll stop for lunch. The area here is known for the Old Growth forests and some of the biggest trees in the world.



I've wanted to see more of the Island and don't have my own transport, so when Twofiveo was recommended to me I thought it was just what I was looking for.


The great thing about this is that even though there is a schedule/itinerary, you still get enough freedom to explore something that may not have been on the original plan or if you're having fun in one place then they don't just rush you on to the next. You get freedom and options.        -Kat, 26 yo, Derbyshire, UK



We start the day with a breezy hike in the forest that takes us through a tunnel opening up to a gorgeous waterfall on the outskirts of Victoria. We'll stroll the quaint streets, quirky shops and of course Totem Poles in downtown Duncan, the City of Totems before stopping at the Old Coombs Market, famous for the goats that live on the roof (yes, you read that right), for lunch.

In the evening we arrive in Ucluelet, a small fishing village perched on the dramatic landscape of the island’s west coast. Kick back in the hot tub or sauna, play some games or crack a beer while we set up camp for the night at our roomy site in the forest.