Destination Osoyoos, BC

Canada’s Warmest Welcome

Reward your team with a retreat to Canada’s only true desert. Luxury resorts line Canada’s warmest lake in this friendly and intimate resort community. Surrounded by scenic vineyards, bountiful orchards and award winning wineries, Osoyoos offers a wide range of cultural, intellectual and artistic experiences that can be customized for groups up to 350. Osoyoos is a place where First Nations culture and contemporary lifestyles exist side by side and where ancient traditions and modern life have each carved out a place in this dramatic and welcoming environment. Framed by sunny skies, desert hills, warm lakes, vineyards & orchards and championship golf, Osoyoos is the ultimate year round desert destination.

Visit UNDISCOVERED Penticton

Rolling vineyards, sparkling lakes, golden beaches, vast mountain ranges and one the best year-round climates in Canada are just a few of the things that entices people to Penticton. Penticton is one of just two cities in the world situated between two lakes. Beaches and water fun are part of the Summer culture here – dive in like a local and get wet. Okanagan and Skaha Beaches feature nearly 15 acres of premium, sandy beach and swimming areas.  Along with all of the year-round recreational activities available, agriculture has been an important contributor to Penticton’s livelihood. There are over 80 wineries in the Penticton metropolitan area, 5 craft breweries and 3 distilleries all within easy distance of the downtown core.



Specializing in all-inclusive adventure tours in Canada’s North offering a variety of wildlife-viewing programs, one of a kind polar bear adventures, spectacular aurora viewing and  tundra Buggy tours. One of the best places on Earth to see polar bears in their natural habitat or witness the  awe-inspiring Northern Lights. Summer is when our guests see Beluga whales by the thousands, colourful blooms  erupting over the tundra while soaking up the northern sun. Frontiers North Belugas, Bears and Blooms adventure combines the best of summer in Churchill. Customized programs are available for corporate groups & retreats year round and always include local cultural experiences and opportunities to see wildlife.

Yellowknife Outdoor Adventures, NWT

Northern Lights & Great Northern Pike

Yellowknife Outdoor Adventures offers extraordinary fully-guided outdoor adventures year round. Summertime offerings include epic monster pike fishing or bird watching on the scenic Great Slave Lake in Yellowknife, NWT or mind blowing snowmobile excursions & northern lights experiences in a cozy wilderness cabin in the winter. Fully customizable packages includes accommodation, Yellowknife City Tour, guided experiences and high quality equipment. Add an ice road tour, indigenous gallery tour, flightseeing and wildlife viewing for a truly northern experience!


The comfort and convenience of an airport hotel, with a dash of added flare and a unique and funky design. 

Calgary’s coolest hotel is just minutes from the Calgary Airport and boasts more than 4,500 sq ft of event space. This state-of-the-art hotel features 200 chic rooms and theme suites that are ideal for more intimate gatherings. Flexible & funky meeting space, popular Tonics Restaurant & Bar, two rooftop hot tubs, fitness room and 24 hour airport shuttles make the Applause Hotel the perfect meeting place or pre & post stopover for any visit to the Canadian Rockies. Small Meeting Package:  breakfast, lunch, meeting room + 2 breaks starting at $89.

Skwachays Lodge, Vancouver BC

Art, Culture, Architecture & a Social Conscience

Canada’s first Aboriginal Arts Hotel boasts 18 one-of-a-kind suites designed by local Indigenous artists and award winning designers.  Located in the historic Gastown district and envisioned by Vancouver Native Housing, this culturally significant lodge is also home to 24 Aboriginal Artists in Residence and a gorgeous Free Trade Art Gallery. Guests will be inspired by their uplifting story and have an opportunity to experience a traditional sweat lodge and  enjoy aboriginally inspired breakfasts each morning. Ask us about the “Buy Out” specials for small groups.

Coast Hotels - Okanagan Valley, BC

South Okanagan Hospitality

The brand-new Coast Oliver Hotel compliments the popular beach front Coast Osoyoos Hotel beautifully. In the heart of BC’s wine country, each of these hotels each feature more than 80 well-appointed guest rooms and suites; indoor pools, hot tubs, fitness rooms & business centres. The Coast Osoyoos Hotel sits on the sandy beach of Osoyoos Lake where watersports are the favorite pastime! These Okanagan Valley hotels are surrounded by award winning wineries & lush orchards; 4 spectacular full length golf courses; mountains filled with hiking trails and Canada’s warmest lake!  The Group Sales Team will assist you in putting together an amazing incentive program.



Summer Trails & Sharing Tales

Imagine an authentic cultural immersion in heart of one of the world’s most beautiful nature reserves, Kluane National Park. Your host is retired Chief of the Champagne and Aishihik First Nation whos’ family has operated a trapline on these ancestral lands for centuries. Cultural immersion packages are fully customizable and can include trapline tours, drumming, dancing, fishing, hiking, drum & knife making and story telling around the campfire.  Rustic cabins can accommodate up to 80 people are Ideal for Corporate Groups looking to get back to nature in a most inspirational setting.

Area 27 – Okanagan Valley, BC

Area 27 – Grand Prix Driving Academy

Jacques Villeneuve designed the 5 km/3 mi circuit to capture the essence of a classic Grand Prix track. Area 27 is a “Members only” track that is a unique venue for Corporate events, vehicle testing, media launches and Customer Appreciation days. On-site Concierge service is available to coordinate unique events and mind-blowing experiences. Academy 27 offers a 1 and 2 day Driving Experience training and high-speed “ride alongs” with professional drivers that are very popular with Incentive Travel Planners from across the continent.

Yukon First Nations Culture & Tourism

Long Ago Peoples Place

Located just off the Alaska Highway between Whitehorse and  Haines Junction. Long Ago Peoples Place is an authentic re-creation  of a traditional First Nations village.  Cultural interpreters with ancestral knowledge offer interactive programming that leaves the visitor with a strong sense of culture, history and self. Guests will enjoy feasts of traditional foods and lessons in tool making, beading, drumming/dancing,  local plants and harvesting and usage.  This is the perfect “add-on” to any Whitehorse program.

Who What Where Day Tours Extraordinaire

A boutique tour company offering authentic year-round experiences delivered by real locals with northern attitude. Informative and unique tours of Whitehorse, Kluane National Park, Carcross Southern Lakes & Teslin, Skagway Day and more. Create a tour to fit your time, budget, and curiosity. Local guides & local knowledge.


Fishwheel Charters

Travel the majestic Yukon River with a Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in guide, and experience one of the areas most unique and authentic river trips during the summer months and winter excursions. Chose from Yukon River Tour & Dawson City River Tour. Visit a  traditional fish camp & fishwheel in action and learn about Moosehide Slide, Hospital Hill, Ships Graveyard  & the Hän Village of Moosehide.  Let Fishwheel customize a memorable experience for groups up to 15.  Ph: 867-993-6237