Advertise in the Kelowna 2018 Official Visitors’ Guide.

Book your display advertising in the Official 2018 Visitors’ Guide.



GET NOTICED by advertising in the most comprehensive source for information on Kelowna, West Kelowna, Westbank First Nation, Peachland, and Lake Country. Over 150,000 copies distributed at Visitor Centres and hundreds of traveler points throughout the Central Okanagan, British Columbia, Alberta, and beyond.

* 40% through local hotels, attractions, restaurants, and retail.
* 35% direct inquires online, email, phone, drop-in, and at YLW.
* 14% BC Visitor Centres and BC Ferries.
* 6% trade shows, direct sales, local conferences, and events.
* 5% Alberta Visitor Centres and Alberta Motor Association.

Even More Value – This sought-after guide is also published online where visitors can quickly view, zoom, print individual pages, or download the entire publication.
Visitor Guide Media Kit and Rates

Book Your Space Today! Contact Laura Gibbs 250-469-3029 or email:

Questions about this guide and other opportunities to promote your business through Tourism Kelowna programs, contact Shauna Merritt 250-861-1515 ext 206 or email:



Marketing Kelowna and area continues into Autumn

It’s safe to say that 2017 has been a challenging year for our destination. What’s important to note is that throughout the weather-related challenges, local businesses have remained open and continued to provide great experiences for visitors from far and wide. Tourism Kelowna continued to market our destination throughout the summer, and we have extended paid marketing tactics into the autumn.

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Kelowna’s Ale Trail helps quench your thirst for beer (and adventure!)

Want a view to go with your craft brew? Then the Kelowna Ale Trail is for you.

Tourism Kelowna is proud to support the Kelowna Ale Trail, the BC Ale Trail’s newest itinerary to explore.

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Request for Feedback: TOTA’s Survey of the Economic Impact of the BC Wildfires

The Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association (TOTA) is collecting information regarding the economic impact of the current wildfire situation on tourism businesses in the region.

Your feedback will help TOTA provide the provincial government with an overview of the effects the wildfires are having on local businesses, both in areas directly affected and those outside of the directly affected areas.

You can participate in the survey by clicking here.

Steve Small joins Tourism Kelowna as Digital Marketing Co-ordinator

Steve Small joined Tourism Kelowna as our Digital Marketing Co-ordinator on May 1, 2017. Some of you will already know and recognize Steve as he has been with our team as a Visitor Sales and Services Counsellor since 2015. His experience and training made him a super candidate for this key role on our marketing and communications team.

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