As you fly past misty forests and rolling mountains, as a cascading waterfall and cozy red-roofed cabins built over tidal waters come into view, you may wonder if you’re at your luxury resort or Brigadoon.
It is, indeed, Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort on Canada’s rugged west coast in the Great Bear Rainforest of British Columbia. Intimate, family owned and operated, and accessible only by float plane or helicopter, it is remote enough to feel like a dream world. But the luxury, service, and connection with nature and each other that you will experience are as real as can be.
When not relaxing in your intertidal or forest cabin, you can choose from activities like kayaking, paddle boarding, bear watching, hiking, yoga, massage, and photography right on the resort grounds. Or sign up for some heli-fishing or whale watching. No matter what you do, know that your wellness and the health of the planet are uppermost at Nimmo Bay.
Stay in a cozy cabin built over the incoming tide or near a waterfall
Waterfall cascading through property supplies clean drinking water and green energy
Accessible only by float plane or helicopter
Paddle board glacial lakes
Boat picnic or sunset cruise
Heli-fish for wild Pacific salmon
Heli-hike along mountain ridges
Watch black bears and grizzly bears by boat, on foot, or kayak
Relax and invigorate yourself with Yoga classes or a Wellness day
Explore the Broughton Archipelago on the watch for whales, dolphins, and more
Explore 50,000 square miles of untouched wilderness on your private helicopter tour