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Drive through British Columbia’s interior
to discover the changing scenery and
rich fertile land that the south of the
province has to offer. Visit Canada’s
second largest wine producing area,
spending time in the Okanagan region
and sampling the wine and fresh
produce made in one of the warmest
areas of the country.
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Arrive in Vancouver and make your own way
to the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre for
1 night. Day at leisure to explore this coastal
Drive through Fraser valley to the Okanagan
wine region, taking in the spectacular scenery.
We recommend visiting one of the many
wineries near Kelowna or the Okanagan Wine
and Orchard Museum, to learn about the
history of British Columbia’s wine industry.
Stay 2 nights at The Cove Lakeside Resort, on
the western shores of Okanagan lake. (N)
Join a full-day shared tour of the Okanagan
wine region, escorted by a knowledgeable
driver-guide. Visit five or six distinct wineries
for tastings. Lunch will be at Mission Hill
winery, where they grow their own produce
and work closely with local farmers. (L)
Travel from Kelowna to Osoyoos, the most
southerly town in the region, close to the
US border. Drive along the shores of the
Okanagan lake and stop at some of the fruit
stands that are often found along the highway.
Stay 2 nights at Watermark Beach Resort
Hotel. Set on the shores of Lake Osoyoos, this
resort offers beachfront accommodation with
scenic lake and mountain views. (N)
Visit five wineries along the Black Sage Bench
and the Golden Mile today on a full-day ‘hop on
hop off’ winery tour. The Golden Mile prospers
from receiving the morning sun, creating
ideal conditions for growing grapes for white
wine, while the Black Sage Bench basks in the
afternoon sun, allowing powerful red wines
to be cultivated. During your tour you will be
served a gourmet lunch. (L)
Travel to Vancouver via the Okanagan
Connector and the Coquihalla Highway.
This scenic route provides some of the most
stunning landscapes in the province, with
snow-capped mountains, thick pine forests,
flowing rivers and open green meadows.
Stay overnight at the Sheraton Vancouver
Wall Centre. (N)
Make your own way to the airport to fly home,
or continue your holiday in Canada. (N)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
This tour is based in 3- and 4-star accommodation.
International flights are not included with this itinerary. In some places,
transfers are not included as taxis are easy,
reliable and affordable. If you would prefer
to have all transfers and / or flights included,
please discuss this with your Cox & Kings tour
For a price quote based on alternative accommodation standards, to discuss flight options or to tailor this itinerary, please call to speak with a Cox & Kings consultant or
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WBC2019: 6 Nights
Located on the south west of British Colombia, Vancouver is named after British Captain George Vancouver...