Environmental Involvements

Nimmo Bay Resort participated in the Central Coast Land Resource Management Plan as the tourism representative, and we are a founding member of the Quality Waters Strategy committee, helping revise the fishery guidelines for our Provincial freshwater rivers and lakes.

Royal Roads University

Craig Murray was appointed to the Board of Directors for the Royal Roads University (RRU) Tourism Advisory Board from 2008 to 2010. The University recognizes the importance of Wilderness Tourism in today’s global mix of travellers to British Columbia. After 30 years of doing business at Nimmo Bay, Mr. Murray brought a unique perspective to the diverse tourism board.

First Nations

The Wi’la’mola Accord is a first of its kind environmental/tourism program with our local First Nations. This recognition of environmental and tourism initiatives highlights this incredible territory, from sea level to 7,000 feet. In 2004, many of the local First Nation Chiefs and five tourism business members signed this agreement in Alert Bay and Nimmo Bay. This is a living document and is open for new members who practice environmental sustainability.

Fairmont Empress, VIH and Nimmo Bay

Elegantly restored, Fairmont Empress is beautifully situated on Victoria’s sparkling Inner Harbour. Experience the best of the city with a stay at this iconic hotel and spa. From here, travel by luxury charter seaplane to Nimmo Bay, experiencing the exciting wilderness of the West Coast.

VIH Execujet Cessna Caravan Amphibian

Fly directly into Nimmo Bay with VIH Execujet’s Cessna Caravan Amphibian, one of the most versatile and luxurious float planes on British Columbia’s west coast. With the capability of landing on either land or water, all you have to do is sit back, relax and take in the amazing views of British Columbia’s coast.