Best Kelowna Winery Touring

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West Kelowna Wine Tour – Afternoon

Experience the very best in BC's wineries on a luxurious West Kelowna Wine Tour! This is our most popular tour. Enjoy panoramic views of Okanagan Lake and Mt Boucherie, an extinct volcano that creates gentle slopes with ideal conditions for growing grapes. 4 hours long, this tour will take you to some of BC’s most renowned wineries. Pick up starts at 1:00-1:30pm...

Kelowna afternoon wine tour

Experience breathtaking views of Kelowna and its remarkable wineries with a tour through two distinct regions. Discover the small, intimate farmgate wineries in East Kelowna boasting wonderful local wines to sample and purchase and see Lakeshore's numerous vineyards that offer amazing lake vistas as well! Learn more about our agricultural history while admiring spectacular...

Getting the best out of a Private wine tour

We serve both Kelowna or West Kelowna Kelowna and West Kelowna are like one city with the Okanagan Lake separating them. HWY 97 runs through both cities and over the only bridge on the lake that connects the cities. The population of both cities is over 165,000 (as of 2017) with 80% in Kelowna. Kelowna...
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Kelowna and Okanagan Valley Winery Excursions

Take a tour of Kelowna’s most celebrated wineries with the help of our experienced staff! With comfortable transportation, we’ll ensure you have an unforgettable time immersing yourself in the beautiful rolling hillsides that overlook Okanagan Lake. We offer unique afternoon tours – this will be an excursion. Plus, indulge in tastings at various tasting rooms and enjoy some delicious wines along the way! Let us take care of all the planning so you can kick back and relax for what promises to be an incredible experience.

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Afternoon Tours

Explore the extraordinary wineries of Kelowna and area! Let us be your tour guide. We’ll handle all the details, from transportation in comfortable vehicles to booking tastings with exceptional vintages or one-of-a-kind blends. You can sample exquisite bouquets, try unique varietals, and even see how it’s made on our specialized tours! With over 120 vineyards spanning across the valley and its surroundings, this is a chance for true connoisseurs to discover something exceptional about Okanagan wines – join us today for an Excursion!

Try Local Vintages

  • Merlot
  • Pinot Noir
  • Chardonnay
  • Riesling
  • Gewürztraminer
  • Pinot Blanc
  • Pinot Gris
  • Syrah
  • Viognier
  • Tempranilloe
  • Bubbly
Ciao Bella
Ciao Bella

Discover

Discover the wonders of Okanagan Valley with Red Dog Wine Tours! Our experiences offer an intimate look into some of the most romantic-looking local wineries. There’s something for everyone to enjoy, from novices to connoisseurs alike. With a decade of cultivating relationships with vintners in the region, we have access to exclusive locations that few get a chance to explore – making your tour truly special! Let us take you on a journey through Kelowna and Okanagan Valley vineyards like never before — book now for unforgettable memories!

Red Dog Wine Tour Van at the Vibrant Vine in East Kelowna
Vibrant Vine

Explore Downtown Kelowna


Kelowna’s Downtown core is just north of the floating bridge by City Park and Hot Sands Beach. See the “Downtown Map” for parking. The lake side promenade extends from the bridge past Bernard Ave, the Marina, Waterfront Park Boat Lock and Tugboat Beach to the Rotary Marshes. Walk up Bernard Avenue, a popular downtown area lined with restaurants and shops. Visit the Kelowna Visitor Centre next to “The Sails” sculpture at the foot of Bernard Ave. Downtown is the place to be for lake side, roof top and patio restaurants, outdoor entertainment and night clubs. In the Cultural District, around the Grand Hotel, you will find museums, the art galleries, the library and the Rotary Centre for the Arts as well as more great restaurants.

Go for a sightseeing hike


Experience history, breathtaking panoramas and fabulous fun on the excellent hiking or biking trails in the mountains surrounding Kelowna. There are many levels of hiking options in the Okanagan. A couple of easy walks/rides close by: (1) Knox Mountain is minutes from downtown, at the north end of Ellis Street. Kelowna’s premiere natural park, the lookout looms close over downtown and provides an excellent view of Okanagan Lake. (2) Historic Myra Canyon on the famous Kettle Valley Railway is located in the mountains on the Southeast end of the city. It’s view is much higher than Knox and is also very popular with visitors. The drive up is approximately 30-40 minutes, an upward spiral of approximately 25 km. Bike Rentals available at the top from Myra Canyon Bike Rental Ph:1-250-878-8763 (May – October)

Wine Tasting


With acres of vineyards and over 35 wineries, Kelowna and West Kelowna are part of one of the ultra-premium wine producing regions in the world. Visit large and long-established wineries to small, intimate family farms. And it’s a great way to explore our beautiful region, even if you’re not a wine lover. You can do a self-guided or guided wine tour. A tour company can show you the special hidden gems, the new, the historic and the ‘tried and true’ wineries to visit. They can pick you up from your home or accommodations so you do not have to worry about drinking and driving. Don’t forget to read their TripAdvisor reviews to get an idea of what to expect, and book the tour online directly from the company website to get the best deal. If you choose to do your own tour, have a designated driver and do some research. Read the “Self-Guided Wine Tour Guide” section of the map or go to http://kelownaguide.com.


Relax on the Beach


Kelowna has miles of sandy beaches and 22 beachfront access parks. City Park and Tugboat Beach downtown are two of the most popular. Two popular beaches on Lakeshore road south of downtown are Boyce-Gyro and Rotary. All these beaches have amenities including grassy areas, boardwalks, picnic areas, playgrounds, concession stands, rentals and washroom facilities. City Park has a large kids water park. Much smaller beachfront access parks are found along Abbott Street and Lakeshore Road. Bear Creek Provincial Park is in West Kelowna down Westside Road next to the campground and a loop waterfall hiking trail. Also in West Kelowna are Kalamoir Beach, more secluded with lakefront trails, and Willow Beach, next to the Gellatly Bay walkway. Many more are not mentioned here- see the map.

Shop till you Drop


Along HWY 97 is the region’s largest indoor mall, Orchard Park Mall. It offers over 170 stores ranging from fashion, accessories, beauty products, and electronics as well as a 500 seat food court. Orchard Plaza has over 75 shops, restaurants and services, including Save on Foods, MEC, and Winners. It’s also home to a Famous Players 5 screen cinema. Several other shopping centers can be found along HWY 97. Downtown Kelowna is known for boutique shoe and clothing stores, a huge variety of restaurants, art galleries, great ice cream and gelato. In West Kelowna explore the big chain stores around the Westbank Hub Centre. Local goods can also be found at the wineries and at the Kelowna Farmers and Crafters Market – Wednesday and Saturday mornings.

Enjoy the Parks


Abundant green spaces are connected by biking trails and paths from Knox Mountain to Mission Creek Greenway, one of the Okanagan’s most accessible wilderness paths. Starting at Lakeshore Rd, the greenway winds along Mission Creek all the way to Gallaghers Canyon in East Kelowna. The first 7.5 km are flat and wide, popular with cyclists, dog walkers and runners. At the Springfield Road entrance to the park, you will find the EECO CENTRE. Further up is Scenic Canyon Regional Park. Hike on the well-maintained paths to discover historical treasures, see old rock ovens and abandoned gold pits. In West Kelowna just opposite Bear Creek Provincial Park campground, are several hiking trails that lead to the waterfalls, swimming holes and a view over the lake.

Golf


With over 2,000 hours of sun every year, Kelowna boasts one of the longest and driest golf seasons in the country. Several of the golf courses offer incredible views of the lake, while their clubhouses offer après golf dining experiences. Try Mission Creek Golf Course is a mature, mid length 18-hole golf course that borders the Mission Creek Greenway. For a unique experience in an Orchard setting or for evening golf, choose Orchard Greens, the only golf course to flood light the entire course. For a great putting course, try 19 Greens in West Kelowna, located just across the bridge. Scandia Golf & Games has both outdoor mini golf and indoor Jungle mini golf.


Play in the Lake

Imagine how welcome a dip in sky-blue Lake Okanagan feels on a warm sunny day. At 135 km long and 4 km wide, there’s plenty of room for everyone. Rent a canoe, try windsurfing, paddleboats, or jetsking. Note that a licence is required to operate any motorized watercraft. Local rental companies can assist you with your licence and basic instruction to help you have a safe and enjoyable time. Sunwave Boat Rentals offer a mobile delivery service that makes renting a boat quick and easy. They meet your group at a boat launch, complete a rental agreement and orientation and send you off to enjoy the lake. At Lakefront Sports Centre and you can rent a power boat from OkanaganRentaboat.ca, patio boat or Jetski at their dock by the boat launch at the Grand Hotel downtown or fly high with Okanagan Parasail Co.

Have fun indoors


Orchard Park Mall offers air conditioned indoor shopping. There are indoor playgrounds, attractions, wineries and arts and cultural venues. Downtown Museums include: Okanagan Heritage Museum, Okanagan Wine and Orchard Museum, Central Okanagan Sports Hall of Fame, Okanagan Military Museum and the Art Gallery. Performance Arts are alive at Kelowna Community Theatre (KCT), one of the Interior’s largest performing art venues and Rotary Centre for the Arts (RCA). Fun is non-stop at Scandia Golf and Games with 130 arcade games, rides, a roller coaster simulator, bumper cars, Go-Karts, Canada’s largest mini-golf course and batting cages. Energyplex has it’s Cube, Trampolines, Gym, Rock Climbing, Ballistix, Laser Tag, Bungy Trampolines, Craft & Movie Corner and a Full Service Café.