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TOURS Offered MaY 2021 - October 2021

Kelowna Tours

?UC'LM SMYMAY  Paddling Stories and Indigenous World Winery

Duration: 6 hours

Location: Kelowna / West Kelowna

Per Adult: $175 (includes Indigenous knowledge keeper, canoe tour, transfers, wine tasting and lunch)

Per Child (6-12 years): $105 

This 6-hour Indigenous tour starts at the West Kelowna Yacht Club and ends with a delicious lunch at the Indigenous World Winery. 

Guests will engage all five senses on this fascinating tour. Paddle on Lake Okanagan with a local Indigenous knowledge keeper who will share stories, songs and ceremonies while teaching about the region’s history, flora and fauna and the culture of the Syilx people. Along the way, guests will visit important cultural sites, including pictographs which provides a direct connection to the land and invites for meaningful exploration and education.

Returning from the canoe paddle, guests will be transferred by van to the Indigenous World Winery for a VIP Behind the Scenes Winery Tour. Indigenous World Winery is the only 100% Indigenous-owned winery in Canada and each wine is named after their family members. Listen to the fascinating narrative of the vineyard’s winemaking and learn how each label has its own background story. Afterwards enjoy a delicious lunch at the vineyard’s bistro / restaurant.  

COVID-19: Your safety is our highest priority. We operate within a strong federal regulatory framework that ensures the safety between you and our guides / staff.

Ancestral Path Experience – A Cultural Plant, Food and Educational Tour

Duration: 6 hours

Location: West Kelowna, Parking at Indigenous World Winery  

Per Adult: $175 (includes Indigenous knowledge keeper, transfers, museum admission and lunch)

Per Child (6-12 years): $105 

 

Guests will be taken on a spiritual journey walking the ancestral paths of the Syilx people while learning about the traditional and medicinal use of the various native plants from a local Indigenous knowledge keeper. Guests will also learn about the Syilx culture and have the opportunity for real conversations.  

Afterwards, a van will take you to the Sncewips Heritage Museum located in West Kelowna. The museum collects, preserves, restores, and interprets art and artefact collections that reflect the heritage and natural history of the Syilx people.

Enjoy a delicious Indigenous-inspired lunch at Kekuli Café, named for the kekuli (say ke-koo-lee) – a traditional Indigenous winter dwelling. The café is famous for its traditional and gourmet bannock delights which are made fresh daily. After lunch, you will be transferred back to the Indigenous World Winery where you may wish to partake in a wine tasting (not included).

COVID-19: Your safety is our highest priority. We operate within a strong federal regulatory framework that ensures the safety between you and our guides / staff.

KAMLOOPS Tours

 

The River “Setétkwe” Tour

Duration: 2 hours

Location: River Road, Kamloops

Per Adult: $125

Per Child (6-12 years): $75

Corporate, Community, School Bookings and Family Rates Available.  

 

Enjoy this guided canoe journey along the South Thompson River. Start with a tobacco feeding ceremony before setting out with your guide and Indigenous knowledge keeper. Listen to the history of the Shuswap peoples along with some traditional songs as you paddle right through the beautiful city of Kamloops.   

Prior to launching you will receive water safety and paddle instruction. The canoe journey will start from River Road and end at Riverside Park. The tour will last 1.5 hours in total.

There are additional tours available if you want to stay on the water longer. We can customize different tours and experiences when you call to book.  

 

COVID-19: Your safety is our highest priority. We operate within a strong federal regulatory framework that ensures the safety between you and our guides / staff.

The Coyote “Sek’lép” Tour

Duration: 2 hours

Location: HWY 1 near Kamloops Lookout Point

Per Adult: $75

Per Child (6-12 years): $50

Corporate, Community, School Bookings and Family Rates Available.  

Take a guided walk in the land of the Shuswap peoples. This is a traditional landmark that is located on the shores of Kamloops Lake. The Indigenous knowledge keeper will share how the Coyote was transformed into what you will see when you arrive at the site. The tour will finish with the guests participating in a song and a traditional offering.

 

COVID-19: Your safety is our highest priority. We operate within a strong federal regulatory framework that ensures the safety between you and our guides / staff.

Contact

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Kamloops, BC, Canada​​

Phone: 1-250-718-0205 | Email: info@moccasintrails.com

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