Hit the water in a variety of ways, navigating by kayak or paddleboard, snorkeling, tubing, wake boarding, or swimming.
Swoop high into the mountains in your private, piloted helicopter to hike among glaciers, rocky peaks, and alpine lakes.
The helicopter is equipped with a bike rack, making pedaling across remote mountain passes possible.
Bring your mind and body into balance with a therapeutic treatment in one of two massage rooms.
Discover where nurture meets nature with a hot tub soak at the base of a rainforest waterfall.
A fascinating underwater realm beckons divers into the great blue deep.
Spot orcas, white-sided dolphins, and humpback whales on a wildlife cruise.
Wild Pacific salmon fishing, black-bear watching, orca spotting, heli-hiking, and open-ocean boating are just a few in an incredible array of wilderness adventures available to guests at Nimmo Bay. Expert guides, survivalists, artists, and naturalists provide guests with a fascinating education on the wildlife, the old-growth forests, plants, and culture of the region. They are deeply committed to preserving both the natural and cultural heritage of Great Bear Rainforest, and since most of them are native to the area, they have decades of memories and experiences to share.
Activity inclusions vary by season. Please inquire with the lodge when requesting your reservation, as some activities and enhancements must be booked in advance.
Fresh and local define every meal at Nimmo Bay. You’ll enjoy hearty breakfasts; gourmet picnics wherever the day takes you, whether it’s atop a mountain peak or on a secluded beach; and sumptuous dinners paired with local British Columbia wine. Guests may also choose to enjoy a special culinary experience during their stay. Set out into the rainforest with the lodge’s culinary team of food and beverage experts, and forage unconventional ingredients, which will be whipped up into a special meal back at the lodge kitchen.
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