Enjoy Osoyoos, BC Canada
Enjoy Osoyoos - Plunge Deep into the Sun-Drenched South Okanagan
Discover South Okanagan life, where easy living is as natural and abundant as the diversity of activities available in the region. Here, rough desert hills rub shoulders with dense green orchards, long rows of rolling vineyards and crisp blue lakes, framing a collection of endearing lifestyle communities, all cascading into your true four-season playground.
Dive into the many activities the region has to offer. The oasis that is Osoyoos offers something for everyone. Spoil your palate with world-class culinary offerings and exquisite wine from one of the many local wineries. Spend the day on the water, at a championship golf course, or browsing the boutiques in town. In the winter you will enjoy the mild temperatures and top-notch skiing.
Allow the history and culture of the area to take over your spirit. Experience the soul of the region by visiting the local museum, the art gallery or one of two very different desert centres. Or happen upon a community event and discover the pulse of the community.
Of course, if all you want to do is inhale the fresh air while you relax in the midst of beauty, you will find plenty of that in Osoyoos too. Spend the day lost in a good book while sitting on the beach and watch sailboats quietly go by on the lake. Sip on a fine wine while rediscovering romance, or eye nature while hiking or walking the many trails and paths in the area.
Things to Do
There is more to Osoyoos than good looks, good eats, good wine and good recreation. You will love the good weather. Famed for being Canada’s hotspot, summer temperatures regularly reach into the high 30’s Celsius and even the low 40’s. The lake is more than just enticing in the summer, it is refreshing, too.
In the winter, visitors love the mild winter temperatures and come to escape the chill back home.
Where to Stay?
Come visit Osoyoos and enjoy the golfing, hiking, biking, walking, bird watching, go-carting, skiing, water sports and the vibrant local community.