1) British Columbia Wildlife Park
The most interactive wildlife experience in BC will wow your clients with the wildlife encounters that people are looking for when they visit Super, Natural British Columbia.
The BC Wildlife Park offers complimentary coach parking, and the driver and guide are welcome at no cost. Guests will experience a guided tour hosted by knowledgeable educators and park keepers who will showcase the animals native to Canada. The Park may be booked for the Travel Trade Experience every day of the year except for Christmas Day!
2) ACT Adventures
Whether you are new to Kamloops, just passing through or have lived here your whole life, our walking tours have something for everyone. ACT Adventures offers Walking Tours of Downtown Kamloops, including customized tours for larger groups in and outside of the city.
3) Monte Creek Ranch Winery
Monte Creek Ranch is located in the Thompson Valley, the newest winery to the emerging Thompson Valley wine region. While aiming to follow in the footsteps of the area's early explorers, Monte Creek Ranch welcomes guests who are travelling from all over the world to come experience the beauty and bounty that first brought pioneers out West. Visitors can enjoy a wine tasting, alfresco dining on the Terrace restaurant, guided vineyard tours and shop for local products. Discover the next frontier in winemaking.
4) Kamloops Heritage Railway
The Kamloops Heritage Railway operates the 1912 steam locomotive 2141, lovingly restored over an eight-year period with over 80,000 hours of volunteer labour. Enjoy a behind-the-scenes, up-close tour of the 2141 in the backshop tour. Guests step back into history as they walk through the train, visit the unique café lounge and explore the restored caboose. Climb into the engineer’s seat for a unique photo opportunity, and if there is a little steam left, pull the whistle! The 2141 is a working train, so there is always the chance to meet one of the engineers or dedicated maintenance crew while the engine is undergoing weekly maintenance.
5) Secwepemc Museum and Heritage Park
The Secwepemc Museum & Heritage Park is located on the banks of the South Thompson river, and provides fascinating insight into the lifestyle and culture of the Secwepemc people. While the Museum offers four galleries that showcase the Secwepemc people, the four-hectare outdoor Heritage Park offers ethnobotanical gardens that include traditional plants and trees used by the Secwepemc, and the archaeological remains of a 2000 year old winter village site. Two different tours are available for guests: the Residential School Tour, and the Pre-Contact tour.
6) Sunmore Ginseng Tours
Sunmore Healthtech Ltd. is located in Kamloops, a large manufacturing company of North American Ginseng. The factory is also home to one of the Sunmore Ginseng fields, which allows interactive tours that teach guests the process of growing and harvesting in Canada, and the difference between Asian and North American ginseng.
The factory and field tour also leads guests through the showroom, to sample ginseng tea, slices, powder and other products.