Watch as the landscape changes from Summerland and Naramata, through Penticton and Okanagan Falls and on to Oliver and Osoyoos. Cities and towns hug the lakes here with lush green orchards and vineyards beyond.
The 180km-long Okanagan Valley is home to orchards of peaches and apricots, and scores of excellent wineries whose vines spread across the terraced hills, soaking up some of Canada‘s sunniest weather. The valley has provided a summertime escape for generations of Canadians, who frolic in the string of lakes linking the Okanagan’s towns.
Osoyoos, near the US border, is almost arid, but things become greener heading north. Central Kelowna is a fast-growing city that’s a heady mix of lakeside beauty and fun.
In July and August the entire valley is as overburdened as a grapevine before harvest; the best times to visit are late spring and early fall, when the crowds lessen. Snowy winters also make nearby Big White resort an attraction for skiers and snowboarders.
Situated between two lakes and home to one of the best beaches in the Okanagan, Penticton offers year round activities, 80+ wineries and a lively home town vibe.
Boasting the warmest lake in Canada & world class wineries, Osoyoos is packed full of adventure and awaits your arrival.
Nestled in the heart of the South Okanagan Valley, Summerland, BC, with its award winning wineries and glorious beaches is yours to explore.
Located on the southern tip of Skaha Lake, Okanagan Falls is popular with locals and visitors alike for its swimming, water sports and amazing wine.
Situated in the heart of the Southern Okanagan, Oliver is rich in history and is home to internationally recognized wineries.
Follow the scenic winding road to award winning wines, culinary treats and stunning lake views of The Naramata Bench.
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