South Okanagan has a wealth of adventure to offer any traveller in the British Columbia region. As the wine capital of the province with a unique desert climate, this region is unlike any other part of Canada, and is well worth a trip, – especially to the luxurious Walnut Beach Resort. By booking cozy hotel rooms at the lakeside oasis and arranging to embark on a complete Okanagan eco-tour, travel groups are sure to have a holiday they'll never forget.
The Antelope-Brush ecosystem is one of the four most endangered habitats in the country, and happens to be found in the heart of the Okanagan. The dry grasslands of this region make up a miniature world of a number of unusual insects, reptiles, amphibians, mammals, rare birds and special plants, all of which can be seen by travellers who venture through this rare wilderness.
After learning all there is to know about the area's creatures, visitors can treat themselves to a wine tasting at any number of renowned vineyards that are found all over Okanagan Valley. In fact, Spirit Ridge and Moon Curser vineyards are two of the area's best, and they are situated only minutes away from the luxurious Osoyoos hotel.