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6 Days Wine Holidays in Canada

6 Days Wine Holidays in Canada

  • Osoyoos - Harrison Hot Springs - Vancouver

Cheese Tasting & Wine Vacations in Canada

British Columbia offers you unique natural sites such as the Osoyoos Desert, an extraordinary habitat and Canada's only desert; Harrison Hot Springs famous for its natural hot springs and mountain views, and 122-meter Bridal Waterfall, the sixth largest waterfall in Canada. During this vacation, you will taste the wines from the first-class wineries of British Columbia region. In addition, you will also taste various selections of premium goat cheeses.

Highlights

  • 1 goat cheese tasting
  • 8 wine tasting sessions
  • A special 4-course winemaker dinner and a farm-to-table lunch
  • Visits to the main cultural attractions of the region
  • Visits to various natural sights
  • 5 nights accommodation
  • 5 days with instruction
  • English
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You will stay in a 4-star hotel.

Day 1 - Fraser Valley, Similkameen Valley, Osoyoos, Okanagan Valley

  • This wine tour begins in Fraser Valley, a thriving agriculture area with picturesque farms nestled in natural wilderness and fields. Your first stop is a visit to the historic Fort Langley and Village, a National Historic Site which played a major role in the development of British Columbia.
  • Afterwards, explore the charming village of Fort Langley with its many antique stores and boutiques.
  • Next stop is at Bridal Falls. This 122-meter waterfall, the sixth largest in Canada, tumbles down the mountains face at Bridal Falls Provincial Park.
  • On the way to the Okanagan Valley, you'll pass through The Similkameen Valley. The fertile soil and sunny climate of this region allows farmers to grow exceptional fruits and vegetables, and makes it one of the finest growing areas in North America. The valley is rich in western heritage and gold mining history.
  • The town of Keremeos is known as the fruit-stand capital of Canada. From June to October, the main road through town is filled with local fruit and vegetable stands. You will visit one of the best fruit wineries in the area. Upon arrival in the Southern Okanagan Valley, you will stay overnight at a lakefront resort in Osoyoos, Canada's warmest region.

Day 2 - Osoyoos, Okanagan Valley

  • Start the day with a visit to NkMip Heritage Cultural Centre. Built into the hillside, this cultural centre features stunning views of the southern Okanagan Valley. Learn about the Okanagan first nations habitation with on-site tours of a traditional village, performances and interactive displays. While there, you also get an opportunity to visit North Americas first nations owned and operated winery, NkMip Wine Cellars, for a tasting.
  • At lunch time, you will take a remarkable culinary journey through Canadas only desert which begins at Osoyoos Lake and continues through Canadas only pocket desert, organic fields and vineyards and ends at a biodynamic farm. A farm-to-table lunch will be waiting for you, including various fresh, locally-grown food paired with outstanding wines to nourish the senses.

Day 3 - Naramata, Okanagan Valley

  • Before leaving the southern Okanagan, you will stop at Osoyoos Desert Centre, an extraordinary habitat and Canadas only desert: one of North Americas most fragile and endangered ecosystems. Despite its small size, it is a true desert environment with native plants and reptiles such as rattlesnakes. A guided walk on an elevated boardwalk highlights the nature features.
  • Next, you will visit Tinhorn Creek Winery (winner of 250+ international medals) for a wine tastinga nd lunch at their renowned restaurant Miradoro voted one of the best winery restaurants in the world by Wine Access magazine.
  • Continue north to the beautiful Naramata region where you will spend the afternoon and visit several boutique wineries for tastings. The vineyards are situated on the hills overlooking Okanagan Lake, a truly spectacular setting.
  • Spend the night in a historic heritage inn in the charming village of Naramata situated by the lake and an impressive gourmet.
  • Winemakers dinner will be served this evening.

Day 4 - Kelowna, Okanagan Valley

  • Begin the day by driving north to tour some of the many wineries around the town of Kelowna. The tour and tasting at Mission Hill Family Estate Winery are recognized as world-class by the International Food & Wine Magazine. Mission Hill Winery offers spectacular panoramic views of Okanagan Lake, awe-inspiring architecture and award-winning wines.
  • Visit an artisan cheese maker, a family-operated dairy producing various selections of premium goat cheeses, where you get to taste some delicious cheeses.
  • Enjoy a spectacular lunch, tour and tasting at Summer Hill Pyramid Winery. This winery features organic wine-making at its best and is Canada's largest certified organic vineyard. You will have the afternoon free to enjoy it as much as you wish.
  • Your overnight stay is at a lakefront hotel in Kelowna.

Day 5 - Harrison Hot Springs

  • After a leisurely morning, you will head back east through the majestic mountain range and through the ranching region of Nicola Valley.
  • Stop for lunch on your own in the town of Merritt; The Country Music Capital of Canada.
  • Arrive to the final destination for the day - Harrison Hot Springs. With a spectacular lakeside setting, this town was settled in the 1850s and is known for its natural hot springs and mountain views. It is a peaceful getaway for relaxation and your lakefront resort in Harrison Hot Springs will provide just that.

Day 6 - Vancouver

  • After breakfast, return to Vancouver.

During this vacation, youll visit the Historic Fort Langley, Bridal Falls, NkMip Heritage Cultural Centre, and Osoyoos Desert Centre.

The vacation will take place in British Columbia, Canada.

  • 3 dinners (2-, 3-course meals and 1 winemakers dinner 4-courses)
  • 3 lunches (2-courses or buffet)
  • 5% good and services tax (GST) and hotel tax
  • 5-night stay in 4-star hotel
  • 5 breakfasts
  • 8 wine tastings
  • Meal gratuities and driver gratuities
  • Motor coach transportation
  • Professional tour guide
  • Airport transfers (can be arranged for an extra charge)
  • Hotel luggage service (where available)
  • Incidental charge
  • Lunches / dinners not specified as included
  • Non-alcoholic / alcoholic beverages
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Transportation to/from destination
  • Tour guide gratuities (suggested amount; 3 USD per person and per day)
  • Vancouver accommodation (can be arranged for an extra charge)

Arrival by airplane

The closest airport is Vancouver international airport (YVR).