Get off the beaten track and have real-life experiences in some of the Canada’s most amazing and endangered habitats. Book an Okanagan Eco Tour Adventure—Ecosystem and Birdwatching tours are available for individuals or groups in the South Okanagan. Tours leave from Osoyoos, Oliver and Penticton. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Give us a call, we’d be happy to arrange a tour that meets your groups parties needs.
Great Horned Owl Eco-Tours is pleased to introduce the “Complete Okanagan Experience” a One-day excursion featuring the best of the Okanagan:
1. A guided Eco-tour of Canada’s only desert, the Antelope Brush eco-system
2. Agri-tour of a 700 acre working organic farm
3. Wine tastings at three unique and exceptional wineries.
You’ll learn about the history of the region, organic farming practices, endangered wildlife, local birds and flora. Plus there will be plenty of time to sample some of the regions best wine.
Let us worry about the driving. Roundtrip transportation and a refreshing lunch included. Wine tasting fees (usually $5-8) are not included. Participation in the tastings are not required for the winery visit. …Read more
This adventure tour will take you to the remote South Okanagan protected areas in a trip full of contrasts and great diversity of species. Throughout the year over 300 species of birds can be seen in the Okanagan Valley including the rarely seen yellow-breasted chat, bobolink, long billed curlew or white-headed woodpecker …Read more
Located in the South Okanagan Grasslands Protected Area, only a short (1km) hike, this alpine adventure takes you 1873 meter (6145 feet) above sea level. Here you’ll find 360 degree views of the Okanagan Valley, Similkameen Valley and the Cascade Mountains. Including a distant northern view to McIntrye Bluff—which marks the farthest extremity of the Great Basin Desert. …Read more
• Explore the inside of Mascot Gold Mine
• Hear stories about the life of a miner, ghost towns and gold trails
• Visit the First Nations Snaza’ist Discovery Centre and learn how the Similkameen Peoples mined ochre, chert, opals, quartz and gold
• Experience awe inspiring vistas of the valley
• Dine in a restored turn of the 20th century restaurant