Friday, December 08, 2006

It's official...

We live in a paradise.

The Okanagan Valley, and the South Okanagan in particular (Penticton, Naramata, Oliver), are the only Canadian destination on Frommer's Top Travel Destinations for 2007.

Okanagan Valley, British Columbia

This lush region of British Columbia, dubbed by some as "Napa North" or "the Tuscany of Canada", boasts a mild climate, with rolling hills and a growth of plentiful fruits, nuts, and grapes. Vineyards are the big business now -- with more than 120 in the region, it is an ideal place for wine tasting. As in Napa, the topography and climate of Okanagan Valley make it a great place for hiking, kayaking, and biking (bike tours will even take you from winery to winery). The gateway to the region is Kelowna and the center of the wine region is a town called Naramata.

So book now. Competitive rates for private room, floor space, camping space at the Mr&Mrs Metro Manor.


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