The Okanagan Valley, in the interior of British Columbia, is a popular Canadian vacation destination known for skiing in the winter and watersports in the summer. The area's quaint towns and lush vineyards are connected by a network of clear blue lakes and rivers and surrounded by rolling, sun-dappled hills. Head to Kelowna for one of several wine festivals or to Penticton for the sugary summer Peach Festival. To the south is Osoyoos, home to an arid desert filled with rare plants and animals.
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Enjoy inspired Canadian Vineland cuisine along side Canada’s finest hand crafted wines on this private tour from Kelowna. You’ll discover crisp, full flavoured and refreshing examples of the Okanagan's best wines while enjoying the cuisine of Top Chef Canada’s Chris Shaften. At each winery you will enjoy an exclusive tasting experience and your picnic lunch will be paired with a bottle of premium wine hand selected by our sommelier.
Inclusions: Full Picnic of your choosing at one of our tour stops, Table wine while enjoying your picnic (minimum 1.5 glass each), Professional guide, Pick up/drop off within Kelowna city limits (alternative arrangements subject to additional costs), Wine tastings, Snacks, Bottled water
Exclusions: Gratuities, Taxes, Pickups Outside kelowna, Airport pick up
My sister and I took this tour yesterday with Chris as our Guide and Chef and we had an amazing time. We enjoyed some wonderful wines from some smaller wineries we had not visited before. The food prepared by Chris was mouthwatering and beautifully presented and as an added bonus Chris was so entertaining and informative. We would certainly recommend this tour and will definitely try one of their other tours when we return to Kelowna next year.
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Join the rewarding sport of climbing on this 5-hour rock climbing experience in Skaha Bluffs Provincial Park. Explore the rock in a safe environment with qualified instructors, who will teach you the basics of rocking climbing - from climbing technique and belaying, to safety and ropes care and equipment. This beginner skills course is a great start to get your grounding before you advance on your own.
Inclusions: Local taxes, Professional guide, Use of helmet, All Climbing Equipment
My wife and I spent a lovely week biking around the Naramata wine district. As part of our stay we eBiked the 80 km. from Myra Canyon to Penticton on the old KVR rail bed. Mike from HooDoo took us from Penticton to Myra Canyon. Along the way he was a terrific font of knowledge about the building and operation of the Railway. Made our trip much more enjoyable. Great service. The Myra Canyon section of the journey is probably the best, with 18 trestles to enjoy and amazing scenery. Road down to Chute Lake a bit sketchy but easily passable. Lunch at Chute Lake was wonderful, especially as we were a bit wet from the rain and needed to dry out. No reservations needed for lunch. Views on the ride in to Penticton are amazing. Highly recommend this bike ride.
Rappelling can be done by almost anyone, as long as you are willing to trust your guides and try. Your guide will cater to the adrenaline junkie or anyone who wants to try something out of the ordinary. Skaha Provincial Park is a gem in the crown of BC parks. It is a unique area that is well worth visiting even for a short hike. On this 4-hour Rappel Tour, you'll experience jaw dropping views and an unbeatable sense of accomplishment you are not soon to forget!
Inclusions: National Park fees, Professional guide
You might have a very safe experience but none of the guides appear to hold any certification by a professional organization that is recognized in Canada. Look for an ACMG certified guide if that is important to you
The Okanagan Desert Tour is an unforgettable experience. Travel by foot through Canada's only desert in search of secretive and fascinating creatures found nowhere else in Canada. The Okanagan Desert Tour showcases the unique, rare, and endangered places, plants, and animals of the Osoyoos area. You visit one of the four most endangered ecosystems in Canada, the region with the highest species diversity and some of the last remaining Sage and Antelope ecosystems in Canada. Minimum 2 people
Inclusions: Chilled bottled and sparking water, Binoculars, Spotting scope, Birding Field Guides, Plant Guides, Snacks
Exclusions: Sit down lunch at a restaurant (à la carte price not incl)
Booked the Naramata wine tour for my wife’s birthday. Frank picked us an on time and off we went. Had the entire tour to ourselves which wasn’t a surprise given Covid and all and it’s is off season. We had 4 tastings lined up and since we were running a bit ahead of schedule Frank squeezed in another tasting free of charge. We ended up buying a couple of cases of wine to help support the local wineries and had a great time in the process. Will definitely call Sagebrush best time we are looking for a tour which is often as we have lost of friends who come to visit us here in the Okanagan. Awesome job Frank! Thanks again for a great day.
You'll use an app to explore Kelowna in this fun scavenger hunt. Use the app to find things around the city, take photos and collect points. At the end, take a look at the rankings to see your score compared to other teams across the country. All our Scavenger hunts have a live remote host to help along the way. Come out and explore with us in Kelowna.
Inclusions: All Activities, GST (Goods and Services Tax), 2 hours with a remote interactive guide
Exclusions: Use of Activity-owned smartphone, Private transportation
You get amazing food + drink from non-chain, independent, top-end restaurants, showcasing a variety of tastes hand selected by a food blogger. You learn about Kelowna, the culinary scene, and get tours of the restaurants. One will discover Downtown Kelowna's hidden gems!
Inclusions: All Fees and Taxes, Snacks, Alcoholic Beverages, Lunch
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