Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort lies at the foot of Mount Stevens in the Great Bear Rainforest of British Columbia, accessible only by air or sea. Most guests arrive via helicopter or floatplane from Port Hardy on the northeast coast of Vancouver Island. The resort features deluxe cabins that come with spectacularly lush views, homemade cookies, wine, and more. The main lodge offers guests a variety of musical instruments, including guitars, a full-service bar with an outstanding selection of specialty spirits and cigars, as well as local, coastal, homemade fare. The ideal honeymoon for adventurous wildlife lovers, guests can visit 10,000-year-old glaciers, natural hot springs, white sand beaches and watch for bears, whales, and other marine life.
Remote location accessible by helicopter or floatplane
Rooms with decks overlooking the bay
Excursions to hot springs, white sand beaches, and wildlife watching
100 Little Nimmo Bay, Mackenzie Sound, Mount Waddington A, BC V0N 2R0, Canada— +1 800-837-4354