Nimmo Bay Resort | Heaven For Outdoor Lovers
For all of you searching for a perfect retreat, Nimmo Bay Resort is just a thing. This intimate resort is located in the middle of the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia. It was chosen as a National Geographic Unique World Lodge and included in Andrew Harper’s Top 10 Best Fishing Lodges.
The only way to arrive at Nimmo Bay Resort is by a helicopter, floatplane or a boat. This tucked away piece of heaven offers many outdoor activity options. There’s the Wilderness and Wildlife Adventure that explores places around the resort. Some of the activities are kayaking, paddle boarding, Great Bear Rainforest hiking, whale watching, bear watching and marine life tours from a boat.
For those who like to fish Nimmo Bay Resort organizes Heli-fishing and Heli-fly fishing. They will provide all the equipment and take you to one of 50 isolated rivers and streams around the resort. The helicopter will take you there and you can stay all day fishing Coho, Chinook, Pinks, Steelhead, as well as Dolly Varden Char, Rainbow, and Cutthroat Trout.
There’s one more option for exploring the wilderness. Helicopter Adventure covers 50,000 square miles and takes you to see amazing 10,000-year-old glaciers, mountain tops, white sand beaches, waterfalls, remote islands, isolated rivers and lakes and cultural museums.
This great escape is perfect for couples, family, friends and corporate retreats. You can stay in one of the nine cozy cabins: six intertidal and three streamside. These wooden four-room units include living area, a washroom and two bedrooms. Each one is equipped with everything you could possibly need during the stay.
Just like each adventure, food is organized in the best possible way. Breakfast is served in the big family-style dining room and lunch at a different location each day. When you finish with all the activities for the day, you can enjoy the dinner on the beautiful floating fire dock.
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