Nimmo Bay is an exclusive wilderness lodge. Only accessible via sea plane or helicopter, it is in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest on the west coast of British Columbia.
Originally a fishing lodge, the resort offers exclusivity and privacy.
Just nine cosy log cabins all have two bedrooms, bathrooms and relaxation areas that offer breath-taking views of the bay and surrounding area. Outside, they have hot tubs and open showers.
A plethora of activities are available throughout the season here, with fishing chief amongst them. The area is home to Pacific Salmon (Coho, Pinks, and Chinook) Steelhead and trout (Rainbow and Dolly Varden). Other activities include hiking, kayaking, heli-adventures, bear viewing and whale watching.
Why we like it
The ultimate adventure hideaway. With heli adventures a specialty, nowhere feels out of reach. Be dropped to a mountain peak and discover hidden glaciers or enjoy a private lunch on a secluded beach. The possibilities are endless. With a remote setting, Nimmo also welcomes those seeking a peaceful retreat. Relax with a yoga class or spa treatment overlooking the inlet or explore the tranquil waters by kayak. You decide the pace.
Nimmo Bay Resort is a member of National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World, a collection of world-class accommodations offering rich and meaningful experiences and showing a commitment to sustainability.