April 27, 2015
In so many ways, the Okanagan Valley is the land of plenty. With its fertile soils and spectacular seasonal climate, local orchardists have been growing tree fruits for generations. In recent years, these ventures have morphed into a thriving agri-tourism industry as more and more visitors to Kelowna hotels are flocking to the area to see firsthand how their food is produced. Depending on when you’re visiting the Okanagan, there are two prime times to experience an orchard—blossom and harvest.
April 24, 2015
Kelowna realtors have seen it happen all too often. A family or a couple come to the beautiful Okanagan Valley for a summer holiday, and end up staying a whole lot longer—as in permanently. Whether it’s the allure of the endless acres of nearby vineyards and orchards and the tantalizing bounties they offer, or the endless seasonal activities the region has to offer, people are constantly enchanted by the City of Kelowna. If your trip just wasn’t long enough, and you’re considering relocation to the area, our Kelowna realtors at Quincy Vrecko and Associates have compiled some information regarding some of the specific Kelowna neighbourhoods you’ll find useful.
April 22, 2015
The Okanagan has long been renowned for its ever-flourishing wine scene. People come from all over to venture out into the region’s vineyard-laden countryside to sample and procure some of the best varietals this country has to offer before returning to their Kelowna hotels to relax and unwind.
April 15, 2015
For many homes, the term family extends to all members living under its roof—including those with four legs. With the increasing availability of pet-friendly hotels Kelowna canines crave, why not create new experiences by including them on your adventures?
April 11, 2015
It’s usually around this time of year that out-of-towners start putting their summer vacation planning for Okanagan destinations into high gear. There are plenty of quality Kelowna hotels to choose from. But when it comes time to head for some sightseeing, why not go an alternative route by touring in a boat from a Kelowna Marina?