Kelowna City View at Dilworth Mountain

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Tourist in Your Own Town: Rutland

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Living in central Kelowna means that Rutland is not far from our home, so it is one of the Kelowna neighbourhoods we visit often. This vibrant community in east Kelowna—named after John Rutland, an Australian farmer who moved to the area in 1902—boasts an array of natural spaces, dining options, and culture for all to enjoy…

Day Tripping: Kelowna to Cherryville and Back

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This year World Tourism Day is on September 27 and the theme is "Tourism and Rural Development" with the focus on celebrating the unique role that tourism plays in providing opportunities outside of big cities to preserve cultural and natural heritage all around the world…

Plan Your Extended Stay in Kelowna: Get Outside Every Day

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Sitting on the shores of Okanagan Lake and surrounded by mountains, Kelowna is the perfect place for those that want to spend time outdoors. The valley creates a microclimate, which means our autumn weather lasts longer and our winters are much milder than other parts of Canada. So, it’s time to start slotting outdoor adventures into your extended stay itinerary.…