Kelowna City View at Dilworth Mountain

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What to Expect when Visiting Kelowna this Summer

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As provincial travel restrictions are anticipated to be eased on June 15, and with Canada-wide travel looking to begin on July 1, Kelowna is expecting a busy summer, with visitors coming in from all over B.C., Alberta, and provinces to the east —  over 90 percent of all travel into the Okanagan comes from Canadian tourists…

Tourist in Your Own Town: Pandosy

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I moved to Kelowna from the prairies and since arriving here I can’t get enough of the amazing views, hiking trails, great wineries, restaurants and breweries, and the friendly people in the city. The weather has also been quite a treat! With all that being said, until recently, I hadn’t had the chance to really explore the Pandosy area, but now I have and here are some of my favourite things about the area…

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…

Kid Free Staycation with a View

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After a winter of exploring local with the family, it was time to drop the kids off with Grandma and Granddad for a weekend to explore some of the many adventures Kelowna and the Okanagan have to offer…