Kelowna’s craft beer scene dates back more than 20 years, and a recent surge of new breweries and its own annual beer festival has given it fresh energy.
Fall is a wonderful time of year to visit restaurants in Kelowna. How can you not feel good about sitting down to a meal knowing the head chef and his team scoured the local farmer’s market that morning selecting fresh produce and other ingredients for its preparation?
There's no such thing as a bad time of year to visit the Okanagan. In the fall the temperature is just right, there's always a lake or a mountain close by, and there is a bounty of delicious local food and drinks right at your fingertips. In the Fall, though, this warm and fertile valley serves its most prized delights. Here are just some of the reasons why you'll want to visit the Okanagan in the Fall.
Wednesday, September 13, 2017 4:00 PM by Tourism Kelowna
Technically, summer isn’t officially done until September 22. That means you still have time for one last summer trip.
Monday, September 11, 2017 3:00 PM by Tourism Kelowna
In Kelowna, you’ll find the lounges and pubs are a great recharge after an Okanagan day. The cocktails and drinks on tap definitely offer the opportunity to relax a bit too.
A luxurious hotel or quaint B&B can make a weekend with your significant other even more perfect. Isn’t it time to treat each other to water views, an abundance of wine and great food?
Kelowna locals love the water. When they're not in it, they're on it. And when they're not on it, they're looking at it - jealous of those who are enjoying its cooling touch and plotting a quick return in their beachwear.
Wine connoisseurs speak of sweetness, acidity, tannin, fruit and body when describing wines. But the perfect wine-tasting experience shares another characteristic: a great view.
Thursday, August 10, 2017 3:00 PM by Tourism Kelowna
One huge benefit of the Kelowna lifestyle is the availability of fresh produce and fruit at countryside markets and fruit stands. The Okanagan climate provides a long, hot growing season well suited to tree fruits, vegetable gardens and vineyards.