Canada’s westernmost province, British Columbia is located between the Pacific Ocean and the province of Alberta. British Columbia has three main mountain ranges and two thirds of the province is covered in forest. BC boasts miles of natural beauty and is teeming with diverse wildlife. British Columbia is also home to the city of Vancouver, which hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics. Continue reading


Swimming in Kelowna

If the weather allows, and between June and September this is highly likely, swimming will no doubt be on the agenda. The H2O centre on Gordon Drive offers great entertainment for those wishing to cool off, with slides, rapids, hot tubs, a wave machine, a surf simulator, and an Olympic-sized pool. This is one of many indoor pools in the area, with The Johnson-Bentley Memorial Aquatic Centre catering for those on Westbank who would prefer not to drive. Continue reading



The Okanagan is a beautiful area within the interior of British Columbia. Camping, swimming, wine tours, great food, not to mention incredible golf courses and more are all available in the Okanagan! One of the warmest regions in all of Canada, the Okanagan is an incredible place to vacation all year round. It’s comprised of the major centers, Kelowna, Penticton, Vernon and Osoyoos. During the summer months you can enjoy the hot, sandy beaches, Continue reading



If you are travelling with kids, it is always a great idea to bring entertainment. These days, we often turn to tablets and smartphones when we want to play games. Even the most technologically inclined child can benefit from old fashioned games and activities. You might be surprised to find that they really enjoy eye-spy or tic tac toe. Continue reading