Floating in the middle of the Great Bear Rainforest, Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort exists at a different vibration than the rest of the world.
Accessible only by helicopter or floatplane, it boasts plenty of land and water-based adventures – from kayaking and hiking to whale watching and grizzly bear viewing – in and around the resort.
On this tour, you'll depart from Vancouver and spend four days at the resort doing whatever you please.
A full day coastal safari is included as part of your trip, which is sure to deliver memories of a lifetime.
Itinerary at a Glance
Vancouver to Nimmo Bay | Flights
Days 2 or 3
Nimmo Bay Resort | Activities
Guided activities including: yoga classes, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, hiking, paintball, snorkelling, beach combing, and visits to the floating sauna dock
Day 3 or 4
Nimmo Bar Resort | Full Day Coastal Safari
Day 4 or 5
Nimmo Bay Resort to Vancouver | Flights
Day 1 Vancouver to Nimmo Bay | FlightsDepart Vancouver today for a seventy-minute scenic flight over Canada’s famed inside passage to Port Hardy. Upon arrival, meet your Nimmo Bay representative and board your floatplane bound for Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort. With the afternoon at leisure, you may wish to hike the old growth Great Bear Rainforest in search of wildlife, kayak the Broughton Archipelago among salmon and sea lions, or soak in a cedar hot tub beneath a towering waterfall. (Dinner Included today)
Days 2 or 3 Nimmo Bay Resort | ActivitiesExplore Nimmo Bay with its endless outdoor activities, designed for every skill level. Listed among the included activities are paddle boarding (look for bears along the shoreline!), fly fishing lessons or a boat tour around the nearby inlets (with a gourmet picnic on a deserted beach of course!). Want more? How about yoga classes on the dock, guided whale-watching excursions, a visit to the Kingcome First Nations Village, and plenty of beachcombing. Accommodations are at Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort in a Cabin. (Breakfast, picnic lunch & dinner included today)
Day 3 or 4 Nimmo Bar Resort | Coastal SafariExplore the magnificent ocean wilderness of coastal British Columbia by boat on this full-day excursion. Enjoy guided activities like sightseeing, coastal beach visits, waterfall tours, bear viewing, whale watching, destination kayaking and paddle boarding, saltwater fishing, picnic lunches and tours of local sites, museums and research stations. The coast is your oyster. (Breakfast, picnic lunch & dinner included today)
Day 4 or 5 Nimmo Bay Resort to Vancouver | FlightsToday it's time to say goodbye to Nimmo Bay as you board the floatplane for the short scenic flight from Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort to Port Hardy. From Port Hardy you will board your flight to the South Terminal of the Vancouver Airport. (Breakfast included today)
Return flight Vancouver and Port Hardy & floatplane to Nimmo Bay
Private cabin accommodation
One full day Coastal Safari tour: guided boat tours such as sightseeing, bear viewing, whale watching, and cultural experiences
Guided activities including: yoga classes, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, hiking, snorkelling, beach combing, and visits to the floating sauna dock
Two waterfall hot tubs & one outdoor rainforest rain shower, gym, and resort amenities (kayak & paddle boards)
Use of games room including: poker table, self serve mini-bar, satellite television, stargazer viewing system, and board games
Wireless satellite based internet, & satellite phone service (on request)
Adventure gear including life vests, kayak and rafting shells, hiking boots, rain jackets, rain pants, wetsuits, fleece pants, wool socks, open water storm suite and bug repellant
Includes all meals (gourmet cuisine with special requests available)
All house alcohol, wine and beer, & non-alcoholic beverages
Conservation and sustainability fee
Heli-tours (on request)
Saltwater fishing excursions and licenses
What to BringPlease pack as little as possible. Comfortable pants, shorts, shoes, shirts, sweater, warm jacket, long johns, swimsuit, and personal toiletries are all that you need.
LuggageThere is a limit two pieces per person. Soft sided luggage is commended, and the combined weight of both bags should not exceed 35lbs (15kg). Bags should be no longer than 36 inches in any direction. To help you keep to this limit, please note that they will supply all adventure gear.