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Kelowna: 3 Hour Walking Food Tour

1. Kelowna: 3 Hour Walking Food Tour

Learn about the food and culture of Kelowna on a jam-packed 3-hour local experience where you will hear the stories you won't find in any brochure, meet the people who make the city so great, and taste the food that has put Kelowna on the international culinary stage. The tour starts at the Laurel Packinghouse, where you will meet your guide. Then, after a brief introduction to Kelowna and the tour, you set off through the stunning cultural district and lakeshore of Kelowna. There are lots of opportunities for photos/videos of the beautiful buildings, art, statues, gardens, waterfalls, Okanagan Lake, and many other historical/cultural sightings. Along the way, enjoy include 7-8 delectable taste/drink stops at local businesses with alcoholic/non-alcoholic options available.

Between Kamloops & Revelstoke: Smartphone Audio Driving Tour

2. Between Kamloops & Revelstoke: Smartphone Audio Driving Tour

Make your drive come alive with an audio tour between Kamloops and Revelstoke. Take the tour from either direction. Get insight into the area's natural wonders, attractions, and history. Let your audio guide transform your drive into a sight-seeing, fact-finding, trivia-answering, family-friendly adventure. Have the freedom to stop anywhere and take your time exploring. Learn about the Thompson river and it’s Sockeye salmon. Hear information and recommendations as you pass by Mount Ida, Eagle river, the Eagle river park, Mount Macpherson, and Mount Begbie. Listen as the audio guide tells you the story of the Fly Hills Fire and the Last Spike. Discover the mission of Anstey-Hunakwa Provincial park and the Mount Griffin Ecological Reserve. Explore the BC Wildlife Park. Delve into cultural information about the village of Chase and Shuswap Lake’s Squillax community. Find out about Tsutswecw and Yard Creek park. Gain insights into the cities of Salmon Arm, Canoe, and Sicamous. Check out recreational and sporting sites at Larch Hills, the Three Valley Gap, and Heritage Ghost Town. Use the guide safely with the hands-free feature that plays automatically as you get close to points of interest. Save your data with an app that can be used offline.

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What people are saying about Kelowna

Andrew is a super engaging guide who put a lot of effort into it. The tour was entertaining and extremely tasty. You should keep track of your appetite. Our family loved it and really had a lot of fun with the other nice participants.

Love this tour. It’s the best of everything in Kelowna. Andrew is an excellent guide, he has found his calling. We really enjoyed ourselves and highly recommend this tour.

Thanks for the awesome tour. It was a wonderful experience for the whole family and all the delicious foods are just amazing! Thanks Andrew.

Loved the format; walking and background history. Enjoyed the variety of places and their staff. Andrew was awesome!