NK'MIP Desert Cultural Centre

NK'MIP Desert Cultural Centre

Learn the rich heritage of the Okanagan People and their desert life-style in our state-of-the-art interpretive facility with interactive learning displays, multi-media theatre and stunning architecture. NK’MIP Desert Cultural Centre also offers special performances by a native dancers and storytellers, beautiful guided walks through the desert terrain and information on our unique and precarious eco-system. www.nkmipdesert.com

 

COYOTE'S GIFTS

COYOTE'S GIFTS

Located at NK'MIP Desert Cultural Centre Coyote's Gifts is an authentic First Nations gift store carrying a wide select of merchandise for everyone from young children to discerning adults.

 

Rappel at NK'MIP Desert Cultural Centre

Rappel at NK'MIP Desert Cultural Centre

Experience rappelling at the Nk'Mip Desert Cultural Centre starting with a 20 minute morning hike, with beautiful views of desert environment, rappel down the 65-foot cliff face solo, or if assistance is needed, with the aid of an on-site certified mountaineer.

 

Osoyoos ATV Tours & Watersports

Osoyoos ATV Tours & Watersports

Osoyoos ATV Tours & Watersports is Osoyoos' favorite ATV Tour and Watersport company. Join the fun and experience a scenic tour up Mount Kobau, or the warmth of Lake Osoyoos on jet skis, power boats, paddle boards and more.www.osoyoosatvtoursandwatersports.com

 

Guided Fishing Tours

Guided Fishing Tours

The Okanagan region offers amazing year round fishing adventures and the Okanagan Alliance fishing department is dedicated to providing you with a fishing experience you will never forget with many guided tours throughout the Okanagan.

 

Solterra Spa

Solterra Spa

Solstice Spa Offers full treatments including manicures, pedicures, massage and hair and make-up services. The spa can accommodate up to 5 treatments at a time and will be offering some in-suite services. For best selection please book early.

 

Did You Know!

NK'MIP RESORTEXPLORING:

Many of the towns within the Okanagan territory are named after an Okanagan word. An example is Osoyoos. The traditional word was s'yus which meant 'where the two lakes meet'. Kelowna means Grizzly Bear and Penticton (sn'pnk'tn) means 'a place to stay forever'. Try to explore what your city or town means.