This magical Canadian wilderness resort with a floating sauna is only accessible by boat or plane
Do you need to get away? Like, REALLY away? Well, Canada, we think we may have found the ultimate COVID vacation destination! Floating isolated on the waters of the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia, Canada, you’ll find an isolated spa retreat that has been physically distancing their guests since they opened in 1980. The Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort is a beautifully remote relaxation station with views and unique activities that will make you feel totally rejuvenated at the end of your stay.
In order to actually get to this one-of-a-kind wellness retreat, guests will have to arrive by air or water – which really gives you insight into how removed this place actually is.
However, despite how distant this place may feel from literally everything and anything, any chance of you feeling as though there’s nothing to do is slim to none. Trust us.
From guided boat and helicopter tours, hiking, kayaking, fishing, or paddle boarding Nimmo Bay offers a variety of sights and activities.
Climb and jump into waterfalls, eat 5-star meals, take in a yoga or meditation class, or let your worries melt away in their Finnish-style floating sauna. This is really is the crown jewel of the resort after all!
This middle-of-nowhere dock and spa is an exceptionally magical experience, where guests are invited to picnic, swim, or sit by the fire without the distraction of the outside world.
Of course, a vacation like this won’t be cheap. But it absolutely will be worth it (if you can afford it). The cost of escaping the human race is around $1,495 a night but varies depending on the time of year.
For more information check out the official Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort website here. Or just do what we’ve been doing and look at the pictures while you daydream about being anywhere but your one-bedroom apartment. Either or!
Where: 100 Little Nimmo Bay, Mackenzie Sound, Mount Waddington A, BC