BC - Get away to Nimmo Bay
The scent of cedar in the air. The taste of sea salt on your tongue. The thrill of observing animals in the wild. The rush of discovery. The stillness of the forest. A longing to reconnect. Welcome to Nimmo Bay. Accessible by air Nimmo Bay is the only development in this area of British Columbia’s wild Great Bear Rainforest. The remote location, tailored itineraries, and unparalleled hospitality offer guests wilderness, wildlife, and wellness experiences by land, water, and sky, including Coastal Safaris, Helicopter Adventures, Wellness Experiences, and Culinary Journeys. Each cabin has breathtaking views of the wilderness and is equipped with two bedrooms, one bathroom, a lounge area, sumptuous special touches and unprecedented housekeeping service. At the base of a nearby cascading waterfall you will find a natural plunge pool, 2 cedar-sided hot tubs and a heated rain shower. A short boat ride or paddle away, guests can escape to a floating, wood-fired sauna.
Nature & Wildlife, Mixed-Activity
Leisurely / Moderate
Arrive by float plane or helicopter (not included in rates)
Months of Operation
May, June, July, August, September, October
Choose from a 3, 4 or 7 night stay (starting on Mondays and Thursdays). While at the lodge you can choose from a host of activities, including kayaking, snorkelling, hiking, beach combing, yoga classes, sauna, hot tub and stand-up paddle boarding.
Private luxury cabin
House wine, spirits and beer
3 gourmet meals per day, plus savoury and sweet snacks available anytime
Self-serve mini bar, poker table, satellite television and stargazer viewing system
Hot tub, floating sauna, fire deck, wooded paths, outdoor rain shower, fitness room, yoga studio and gift shop
Hiking boots, rain jackets and pants, wet suits, fishing gear, gloves, wool socks, fleece pants, and open water storm suits
Sample tour. Itinerary, accommodation, transportation, inclusions and prices are correct at the time of publication but may change without prior notice. Please inquire.
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