Okanagan Valley

Sip and savour your way through one of Canada’s greatest wine and food regions

September 10, 2022
From $5,299/person

Sip and savour your way through the Okanagan Valley, one of Canada’s greatest wine and food regions located in British Columbia. Start lakeside in Osoyoos for the start of your palate-pleasing adventure and discover the history and culture of the local First Nations. Head north to Penticton visiting a local brewery and winery. In Kelowna, take your taste buds for a walk on a guided foodie tour and learn the history of this lovely city. Take a train through Davison Orchard, ending the day with a picture-perfect farewell dinner.

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Okanagan Valley

Highlights & Inclusions

  • Roundtrip airport transfers, CAA Thorold Office to Toronto airport
  • Return airfare including taxes, Toronto to Kelowna, economy class
  • 2- night stays’ in Osoyoos, Penticton and Kelowna
  • Breakfast daily, 2 lunches, 2 dinners and guided food tour
  • Visit 4 local wineries and 1 local brewery with tastings
  • Visit to NK’MIP Desert Cultural Centre
  • Services of a CAA Tour Director
  • Visit to Davison Orchards with train ride
  • Sightseeing and entrance fees as per itinerary
  • Hotel porterage of 1 suitcase per person
  • Gratuities for coach driver
  • Services of a local guide with gratuities
  • Land transportation, mini-coach or motor coach depending on group size

CAA Member Exclusive Benefits

  • $25 Beverage Card
  • 50 CAA Dollars per CAA Member* 
  • 10% savings on CAA Travel Insurance*

 

How to book: Reservations may be made through any CAA Niagara office. A non-refundable deposit of $500 per person is due at time of booking. Balance of payment is due June 3, 2022. Bookings made after June 3, 2022 will require full payment at time of booking. CAA strongly recommends the purchase of travel insurance. Ask for details.

Cancellation charges: Should it be necessary to cancel your trip prior to departure, the following penalties will apply:

June 2 or prior                    Deposit non-refundable
June 3 to 0 days prior        100% non-refundable

The day of departure is excluded when calculating cancellation charges. CAA strongly recommends the purchase of cancellation insurance.

Local laws and customs: The Government of Ontario requires that residents travelling out of province to be advised that there may be different living standards with respect to the provision of utilities, services and accommodations outside of Ontario. Travel Act Regulation 38(06)

Easy Pace: Tour moves at a leisurely pace involving minimal physical activity which includes standing, walking short distances and climbing some steps. A mixture of longer and shorter days with scheduled free time.

Prices: All prices in this brochure are in Canadian dollars, unless otherwise stated, are based on June 2021 contract rates, and are subject to change should currencies fluctuate or surcharge be imposed.

Responsibility and liability: CAA Travel Agency (Niagara) Inc., acts solely as an organizer of the tours outlined. Our intention is to operate all tours as described. Operational situations occasionally force changes and we reserve the right to adjust where necessary. CAA Travel Agency (Niagara) Inc. has made arrangements for this tour with various independent parties to provide you with the travel services offered. Each party has its own terms and conditions beyond our direct control as such you are bound by those terms and conditions. CAA Travel Agency (Niagara) Inc. will not be responsible for any acts or omissions on the part of these parties or any loss or damage, injury or death that occurs as a result of government actions, terrorism, acts of GOD, late arrivals, missed connections and other factors beyond our direct control. Rates are based on June 2021 contract rates and are subject to change. CAA reserves the right to cancel a tour or substitute services or modify the itinerary as required. Substitutions will be comparable or superior. If a tour is cancelled, CAA Travel Agency (Niagara) Inc has no further responsibility beyond the refund of all monies paid by passengers. A minimum number of passengers are required for a CAA Tour Director to accompany the group.

Accessibility: Each travel providers have specific regulations governing the carriage of individuals needing special accommodation. If you have a disability, plan on travelling with an assisted devise or need accommodations, please advise your Travel Consultant at time of booking to ensure the appropriate arrangements can be made.

(1) To qualify for CAA Member pricing, and to receive CAA Member-exclusive benefits, there must be one valid CAA Member travelling per booking. Non-members booking Extraordinary Explorations are subject to a surcharge and will not receive Member-exclusive benefits. Beverage card is one per person, in Canadian funds and has no cash value. CAA Dollars awarded per adult Member. To earn and redeem CAA Dollars, you must be a current CAA Member in good standing (CAA Membership dues paid in full by membership expiry date). CAA Dollars will be credited at time of departure. For more information on CAA Dollars, please visit https://caaniagara.ca/rewards/caa-dollars.

(2) Ten percent (10%) Member savings applies to Members in good standing of all other CAA clubs. Savings apply to the total premium excluding applicable taxes. Minimum premium applies. Visitors to Canada Insurance is limited to the promotional savings. Certain exclusions, limitations and restrictions apply.

3271 Schmon Parkway, Thorold ON, L2V 4Y6
TICO #04480422

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