Nimmo Bay is the resort that invented heli-fishing on the coast of British Columbia, yet it provides down to earth wilderness experiences that bring guests remarkably close to nature. Family owned and operated, this resort is also a Canadian Tourism Commission’s signature experience, offering outstanding cuisine, a range of outdoor experiences with all the comforts of a luxurious wilderness retreat.
Set at the foothills of Mount Stephens along the Great Bear Rainforest coastline of British Columbia, Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort is an exclusive fly-fishing and wilderness adventure destination. Founded more than 30 years ago, the resort is a mecca for anglers, mariners and adventurers alike. With the use of Helicopters and Boats, Nimmo Bay customizes adventure holidays to match anyone’s wildest desires.
Built in harmony with nature, half of the resort is floating in the peaceful bay, while the other half is grounded on a small out-cropping of land. Running through the centre of the resort is a magnificent waterfall. This waterfall not only supplies the resort with drinking water but also with green energy. Access to the Resort is limited to boat, float plane and helicopter. Daily wilderness and helicopter adventures give guests access to 50,000-square-miles of untouched wilderness.
Pictures by Jeremy Koreski