Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort, best known for offering world-class heli-fishing and wilderness adventures throughout the Great Bear Rainforest along the west coast of British Columbia, is offering city dwellers the chance to unplug, unwind, and relax with their Rainforest Retreat package, available from May 1 to 31, 2015.
The Rainforest Retreat package starts at $1,200 Cdn per person, per night, based on a minimum three-night stay, and includes daily meals and house alcohol, round-trip float plane transfer from Port Hardy to Nimmo Bay and accommodation in a private cabin. Guests have access to the resort's amenities including hot tubs, yoga deck, games room, fire dock and reading room. âWe invite urbanites to step back from their desks, turn on their out of office notification, and leave their phones on airplane mode, and really, truly disengage from the stress of day-to-day life,â says Fraser Murray, owner of Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort. âMay is an absolutely amazing time to be in the Great Bear Rainforest. Between the amazing food and the relaxing environment we offer, guests won't have any desire â or need â to check in with the office.âThe Great Bear Rainforest comes alive with a hive of activity during the spring. When migratory animals and birds come back to the area, bears wake from their hibernation, and the forest renews in anticipation of the arrival of summer. But, compared to the noise levels found in nearby urban centres such as Vancouver and Seattle, the symphony of spring at Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort is calm and peaceful. Guests may book other activities that Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort offers such as guided kayaking, SUP, and hiking right from the main lodge. For more information, and to book, visit www.nimmobay.com or call 1-800-837-4354.About Nimmo Bay Wilderness ResortNimmo Bay Wilderness Resort is an intimate family owned and operated resort located in the middle of the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia. Guests of Nimmo Bay will find themselves exploring the beautiful wilderness either on land, on water, or by soaring through the air in a helicopter. The Resort was named one of the National Geographic Society Unique Lodges of the World in 2015, joining a collection of less than 30 properties worldwide that are committed to sustainable travel. Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort is a fly in only resort. The resort itself is the only development in the area and there is no road access. From Seattle, direct flights via floatplane are available with either Kenmore Air or Northwest Seaplanes. From Vancouver (YVR), via Pacific Coastal Airlines it is a one-hour flight to Port Hardy (YZT). From Port Hardy, guests may reach Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort via floatplane or helicopter. Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort is happy to arrange transportation from Vancouver or Port Hardy for guests. For more information about Nimmo Bay, call 1-800-837-4354 or, visit www.nimmobay.com. -30- Media Contacts:Brian Cant, Tartan Group: 250-592-3838, 250-888-8729 (cell) or email@example.com Kate Rogers, Tartan Group: 604-880-1494 firstname.lastname@example.org