We are excited to be included in the National Geographic’s Unique Lodges of the World!

National Geographic chooses lodges from around the world that offer a unique and authentic experience, with a focus on sustainability. The lodges are also chosen based off exceptional service and the overall commitment to quality.

The team from National Geographic visited Nimmo Bay to dive into the experience at the resort. With our remote location in the Great Bear Rainforest and beautifully designed lodges, we showed National Geographic the outstanding resort and activities our guests experience every year.

Here’s a sample of what National Geographic had to say:

“Nimmo Bay seems carved from its own wilderness, a small collection of beautifully designed wooden chalets that seem to float at the water’s edge. Food, wine, and energy are sourced locally, and with a 5,000-foot waterfall just steps from the lodge, nature and wildlife are literally on the doorstep. But with a fleet of paddleboards, kayaks, helicopters, and boats, guests of all ages and abilities can get far beyond the doorstep. Whether 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.”

There were 24 unique lodges featured in the National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World – we are proud and honoured to be one of the two Canadian properties featured.

See the National Geographic Unique Lodge page featuring Nimmo Bay Resort here.