The morning after a few bevys you're going to need to caffeinate. Most people tend to go for the hip Tofitian, I prefer Rhino Coffee House. A bit more roomy if you're looking to sit in and a stronger hit.
This is one of my favourite walks I have ever done. We went early to beat the crowds and I highly recommend this as we were the only ones in the entire forest. The rainforest trail is like stepping into a Disney enchanted forest. You walk around enormous trees, some of which are 800 years old, and can hear all sorts of birds chirping away. The trees were a mixture of maples, red cedars, and Douglas firs. There are multiple stops to learn about the history of the forest and give you some insight into the circle of life within the forest, which both Will and I found fascinating.
After deciding we weren't going to do a bear tour, we were trying to decide what else to do with our time in Tofino. We wanted to see the Clayoquot Sounds but had done a lot of sea life boat tours before. As we walked down to the pier I saw a sign for Tofino Air who offered a bunch of different flight tours. It seemed like something a bit different and something that would be worth the money. We paid $115 each for a 30 minute flight above Tofino and the sounds. We're usually not the people that pay for things like this but felt like doing something a little different, and neither of us had been on a sea plane before. It was totally worth the money and seeing the sounds from above was breathtaking. I thankfully managed to hold my travel sickness down and enjoy the view.