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.
The British Columbia Wine Institute (BWCI) is extending a special, limited-time industry discount of 15% to the Wine and Culinary Tourism Futures Conference in Kelowna.
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.
New content has been added to tourismkelowna.com and golfkelowna.com to inspire visitors to choose Kelowna and help them plan their adventures. Based on recent research, and aligning to our advertising efforts, we have enhanced content around Wine & Food, Outdoor … Continue reading
The 2017 Kelowna Wine Trails and 2017 Kelowna Farm to Table guides are in and they look fantastic! Each publication has a fresh new look and is packed with deliciously helpful tips and tricks on how to make the most of the wineries, craft breweries, distilleries, farms and foodie experiences available in Kelowna, West Kelowna, and Lake Country. Continue reading
It’s here! The 2017 Kelowna and area Visitors’ Guide is hot off the press and has already started finding homes on racks and counter-tops across the city, the valley, province, and the country! Continue reading
In 2016, we continued with our digital-first approach and combined new and proven tactics to build awareness and capture travellers where they’re looking for inspiration and while they’re booking their travel. And it’s been working. Below are just a few examples of advertising activities that performed well for 2016. Take a few minutes and look through these samples to get an idea of how we attract visitors. Continue reading