Tofino’s Sea of Lights parade provided a breathtaking experience for locals and visitors on Friday. (Photo - Andrew Bailey)

VIDEO: Sea of Lights parade sparkles in Tofino

Tofino Resort and Marina’s Sea of Lights provided a breathtaking holiday experience on Friday night.

Tofino Resort and Marina’s Sea of Lights event provided a breathtaking holiday experience on Friday night. Goers were treated with a triumphant performance from the children’s choir while enjoying complimentary cookies and hot cocoa as festively decorated boats sailed past.



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