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Not many people associate Canada with warm, arid deserts, but in Osoyoos you can enjoy the beauty of an arid landscape as it meets the calm blue lakes. This makes it the perfect climate for winemaking, and the fertile vineyards and orchards give an abundant harvest. The town itself is nestled within the verdant mountain backdrops, where busy cafes and boutiques keep the friendly, small-town charm alive.

Things to see

Feel like a giant by visiting the Osoyoos Desert Model Railroad. The model railway zigzags through hundreds of intricately painted model houses and buildings, with endless tiny details for you to spot. The Nk'Mip Desert Cultural Centre is cleverly built into a hillside, camouflaged into its surroundings so you can enjoy the desert landscape of the area. Visit to find out more about Canada’s only desert and the rich culture of the Native Canadians. There’s more to learn at the Osoyoos and District Museum and Archives, a relatively small and unassuming building where enthusiastic volunteers will be happy to tell you about the history of the town, from the first settlements, to the 19th century Gold Rush, and the development of modern Osoyoos. The British Columbia Visitor Centre at Osoyoos is an essential stop point for any tourist or traveler passing through. Within the calm atmosphere of the wood and glass paneled building, you can get help planning your itinerary from staff who know the area inside out, or just stop off to use the free WiFi, browse the gift shop, or pick up attraction tickets. Visitors simply can’t miss Haynes Point Provincial Park, based on a small strip of land jutting into Osoyoos lake. The wetland trail is a pleasant, shady stroll, and the clear lake water is said to be the warmest in Canada, tempting swimmers to take a dip.

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Feel like a giant by visiting the Osoyoos Desert Model Railroad. The model railway zigzags through hundreds of intricately painted model houses and buildings, with endless tiny details for you to spot. The Nk'Mip Desert Cultural Centre is cleverly built into a hillside, camouflaged into its surroundings so you can enjoy the desert landscape of the area. Visit to find out more about Canada’s only desert and the rich culture of the Native Canadians. There’s more to learn at the Osoyoos and District Museum and Archives, a relatively small and unassuming building where enthusiastic volunteers will be happy to tell you about the history of the town, from the first settlements, to the 19th century Gold Rush, and the development of modern Osoyoos. The British Columbia Visitor Centre at Osoyoos is an essential stop point for any tourist or traveler passing through. Within the calm atmosphere of the wood and glass paneled building, you can get help planning your itinerary from staff who know the area inside out, or just stop off to use the free WiFi, browse the gift shop, or pick up attraction tickets. Visitors simply can’t miss Haynes Point Provincial Park, based on a small strip of land jutting into Osoyoos lake. The wetland trail is a pleasant, shady stroll, and the clear lake water is said to be the warmest in Canada, tempting swimmers to take a dip.

Where to stay

Osoyoos is a relatively small town, and if you stay close to the beachfront, you can stroll into downtown to enjoy the bars and restaurants. During the day, cafes tempt you in with the smell of coffee and baked goods, and boutiques beckon in shoppers with quirky, unique items to be taken home. There’s also a small but thriving industrial park which is functional looking, yet enjoys the mountain views of the rest of the town, and business travelers often choose a hotel convenient for this location.

How to get to Osoyoos

Osoyoos has a small airstrip within walking distance of the industrial park, making it a popular way for busy business travelers to arrive. However, many people prefer to take a flight to the major airports in Vancouver, driving to Osoyoos on a simple highway route that takes under 5 hours. There is also a Greyhound stop conveniently located in the center, where you can connect with a local bus to take you to your destination.