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Choose your own adventure from the wide range of attractions in the Okanagan Valley. Make it a leisurely visit by sampling wines at some of the 170 wineries and playing golf at the 50 courses on offer in the region. Seek out the valley’s extreme activities: Hike around the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies, see a massive waterfall and descend deep into an old gold mine.
Originally settled as gold mining territory, the Okanagan Valley has developed into British Columbia’s largest wine-growing region and a highly popular tourist area. At the center is Kelowna, the valley’s largest city. Stay here for easy access to the rest of the valley and to enjoy the town’s beautiful Lake Okanaga shoreline. Fish, kayak or swim in the lake’s warm waters.
Learn the history of the region’s wine-growing industry at the BC Wine Museum in Kelowna. Visit during the evening on the first Thursday of each month for a free tasting of regional wines. Head to Princeton in the southwest part of the valley to see the Mascot Gold Mine and learn about the industry that once ruled the area. Climb up into the mountains, descend a heritage walkway and go deep into the old mine.
Explore the northeast end of the valley to find its most picturesque natural areas. Wells Gray Provincial Park sits among the Cariboo Mountains. Hike the region’s trails to find a volcanic cave or see the majestic Helmcken Falls cascading 463 feet (141 meters). Head farther into the mountains to Mount Robson Provincial Park, centered on the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies, Mount Robson. Take the popular Berg Lake Trail to cross paths with Berg Glacier.
Reach the Okanagan Valley by driving 4 hours inland from Vancouver. You can also fly into the Kelowna airport from Vancouver and Seattle. Once there, get around easily by car or make use of the bike paths that traverse the valley and the surrounding hills.
A: Many travelers to Kelowna and the wider British Columbia region opt to rent a car. Whether it's reaching those out-of-the-way places or just cruising around with no plan, having your own vehicle will help make your trip that extra bit special. Have a look at our guide to Cheap Car Hire in Okanagan Valley and see if anything catches your eye.
A: Pull out your passport and prepare to hop aboard your flight to Kelowna, BC (YLW-Kelowna Intl.). It's highly likely you'll be on one of the 64 international flights that operate each month from this major airport in Okanagan Valley.
A: Grab your suitcase and check in to one of the high-quality condos. They're one of the most common hotel types. Motels, bed & breakfasts and hotels are also popular in Okanagan Valley.
A: It's your choice. Combine cars, flights and hotels, or simply select one option. You can also add some top experiences and attractions to your schedule. Whatever you're after, we can help you organize a vacation in Okanagan Valley that's right for you.
A: The easiest way to save money is to bundle everything with Expedia. Flights, Hotels and Experiences can all be easily combined into a neat package deal — and by doing this, you'll save some time as well. Keep this in mind before you book.
A: Head to Kelowna and experience fantastic attractions like Kelowna General Hospital. Prospera Place and Summerhill Pyramid Winery also entertain and delight many visitors.
*Savings based on all vacation package bookings with Flight + Hotel on Expedia.ca from January through December 2020, as compared to price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.
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Amazing location,staff. Will always return to this Delta whenever we are back in Kelowna
Nice staff, everything was clean. Room was clean, comfortable bed and good size room. Next to a liquor store and grocery store along with a few fast food restaurants. Pick up at the back for wine tours and cabs. $10-12 cab ride to Bernard to be by the water, restaurants/pubs. Also same to breweries. ...
This review is for the type of accommodation this is-it's NOT a 4 star Hotel ! 5 minute walk to the Skaha Lake main strip. Easy and quick check-in, rooms decent for the price although my friends found the beds too soft. Due to Covid, bagged 'breakfast' in the lobby consisting of yogurt, muffin, fruit, ...
Location was wonderful and property was well maintained. The staff and management were exceptional.
It was a nice place to stay and the suite was a good size, would have preferred a king bed in the bedroom, which we ended up having to share with one of the kids (two queens). I found there was little to no social distancing at the pool which was disappointing, would be good to limit the number of ...
The room was very clean and staff were friendly. Great room for a night or two. We only stayed one night. No complaints.