Nested at the heart of a spectacular bay, the Murray family cabins create a small colony of accommodation that perfectly fit in the landscape of Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest, in British Columbia. Since 1980 – the year they decided to settle here, on the Pacific Ocean – Deborah and Craig have never stopped improving comfort in this place that already appears to be blessed by the gods. Over the years, they transformed it into a both luxurious and welcoming destination. Accessible by plane or boat, the Nimmo Bay offers a unique communion with its environment, National Geographic style. A place of fly-fishing, kayak, and trekking, this preserved archipelago also offers tasty cuisine from the surrounding nature. Must-have accessories include a diving mask and a snorkel! With a spa and a sauna by the fresh waters, guests can experience the fulfilment of revitalization in the best conditions. In these troubled times, what could be better than connecting with nature among the big trees?