Sustainable Lodges For Conscientious Travelers

Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort

Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort is a secret hideaway nestled into the old growth forests of British Columbia, Canada. This resort is accessible only by helicopter or floatplane, is tucked away in the Great Bear Rainforest.


The lodge is situated at the foot of a waterfall that cascades 5,000 feet down from mount stephens. The waterfall is the lifeblood of the resort providing pristine drinking water and enough hydropower to run the lodge off grid. Most of the resort's food and wine is locally sourced from the region.


Guests of all ages and abilities can explore the wild paradise with a fleet of paddleboards, kayaks, helicopters and boats. Weather tracking humpback whales, or hiking in old growth forests, fly-fishing for salmon, or sitting down. To an elegant picnic at the edge of a glacier, there are myriad ways to experience this slice of wild paradise.

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