Penticton combines the idle pleasures of a beach resort with its own edgy vibe. Nestled between the Okanagan Lake to the north and Skaha Lake to the south, Penticton is a vibrant Rocky Mountain city offering no shortage of things to do. It’s long been a final stop in life for Canadian retirees, which adds a certain spin to its Salish-derived name Pen-Tak-Tin, meaning ‘place to stay forever.... View Listings


Summerland is a small town that genuinely displays the benefits of graceful growth. With its rich agricultural and business history, this town has come of age as a premier wine & vineyard destination, but Summerland’s greatest charms remain its timeless ones. Active lifestyles are obvious priorities in Summerland, evidenced by the investment in upgrading of biking trails such as Fir Briga... View Listings


The journey to Naramata begins with graceful curves in the road, warm sunshine, and a growing sense of well-being as you leave behind city life of Penticton and delve into the heart of wine country. You will leisurely make your way along the Naramata Bench, meander through vineyards and orchards, past wineries and charming bed and breakfasts, all the while bathed in sun and overlooking shimmeri... View Listings

Okanagan Falls

Okanagan Falls.....Located on the southern end of Skaha Lake in the Okanagan Valley, and known locally as OK Falls, the little community of Okanagan Falls was originally known as Dogtown, from the Okanagan Indian word Skaha (meaning dog), after which the nearby Skaha Lake was named. The actual Okanagan Falls were reduced to gentle rapids many years ago with the construction of the flood control... View Listings


Kaleden is a small, picturesque town situated in British Columbia's beautiful Southern Interior. This quiet community is known for its stunning views of Skaha Lake, an inviting lake that compliments the town's vineyards and orchards. Visitors come to Kaleden to kick-back, relax, and immerse themselves in beautiful surroundings. With fine beaches throughout the community, it’s no wonder that t... View Listings


The Wine Capital of Canada, Oliver, located in the heart of the South Okanagan. Surrounded by desert to the south, lakes, mountains, vineyards, award-winning wineries, and its farm-to-table offerings. Outdoor enthusiasts will find a variety of trails in the area that appeal to hikers and mountain cyclists alike, from the leisurely hiking and biking path along the Okanagan River, to the challenging... View Listings


Enjoying Canada’s driest climate, Osoyoos bills itself as Desert Wine Country, located in the middle of the Southern Okanagan wine country, whose fine wines match any wines from anywhere. Osoyoos is a town surrounded by desert, vineyards, and mountains. Known for its lowest rainfall, the highest temperatures and hosts the warmest lake in Canada - ensuring that you can experience and enjoy Oso... View Listings