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Greenwood municipal water was voted "Best in the WORLD 2012"
April 15th
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The Okanagan Valley is home to four annual seasonal wine festivals
August 30th
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The Thompson Okanagan region is the same size as Ireland
August 30th
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Wells Gray Provincial Park is nearly the size of Prince Edward Island
August 30th
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Wells Gray Provincial Park is the fourth largest provincial park in BC
August 30th
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At 3,954 metres, Mount Robson is the tallest peak in the Canadian Rockies
August 30th
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Murtle Lake is the largest ‘non-motorized’ lake in North America
August 30th
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Nk’Mip Cellars is North America’s first aboriginal-owned and operated winery
August 30th
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Osoyoos Lake is Canada’s warmest fresh water lake
August 30th
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Capital city of BC is Victoria
August 30th
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Sun Peaks ski resort is the second largest ski resort in Canada
August 30th
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Shuswap Lake hosts the largest houseboat fleet in Canada
August 30th
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The 50 hectare BC Wildlife Park in Kamloops has over 65 species of wildlife
August 30th
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The Thompson Okanagan region has 3,200 tourism stakeholders
August 30th
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Tourism generates $1.73 billion per year for the Thompson Okanagan economy
August 30th
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The 600-acre wildlife sanctuary of Cranberry Marsh hosts over 90 species of birds
August 30th
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Helmcken Falls is taller than Niagara Falls and plunges 141 metres down a narrow canyon
August 30th
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Greenwood is Canada’s smallest city
August 30th
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Shuswap Lake encompasses over 1,000km of shoreline
August 30th
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Wells Gray Provincial Park is the largest provincial park in the Thompson Okanagan region
August 30th
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Mount Robson was established in 1913 as the second provincial park in BC
August 30th
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BC is Canada's third most populated province, with 4,530,961 residents
August 30th
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Osoyoos is home to Canada’s only desert eco-system
August 30th
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In the Thompson Okanagan you can ski and golf in the same day at certain times of year!
August 30th
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BC Parks celebrates its 100th Anniversary in 2011
August 30th
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Wells Gray Provincial Park is home to over 40 waterfalls
August 30th
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Mount Robson was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984
August 30th

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The TOTA office is located in Kelowna. Hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. closed between 12 noon and 1:00 p.m. for lunch, Monday-Friday (excluding statutory holidays). For general inquiries contact us at:

Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association (TOTA)
2280-D Leckie Road
Kelowna, BC V1X 6G6
Canada

Tel:250-860-5999
Fax: 250-860-9993

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A satellite office is located in Kamloops, please direct all inquiries to the Kelowna office.

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Travel Experiences Guide

Web version of our annual guide for visitors to the region.

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Okanagan Bucketlist

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