Travel and Tourism Resources

 

While we wait for travel to open up again, we want you to keep dreaming of your next visit to Kelowna! We are still here to help you plan for future trips to UBCO and the Okanagan, so stay a while, explore our website, and don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’ll see you again soon!

 

Explore UBCO from home

Plan your next trip! UBCO is a fantastic destination for conferences, school groups, family reunions, tournaments, weekend getaways with friends, and even individual travellers. Want to know more about campus, and what amenities and accommodations are available for guests during the summer? Head back to our home page, and learn more!

Q: Can I make a reservation for next year?

We are still here, and happy to work with you in planning your next trip to UBCO, whether you are coming as part of a large group, small party, or individual traveller! Don’t hesitate to check availability and rates, or reach out to us for any questions.

Q: Want to know more about what it’s like to stay at UBCO?

Visit our FAQs page here.

 

Explore Kelowna from home

Take a break from whatever you were just doing, and spend a few minutes learning more about the attractions and businesses just outside of UBCO. From the Kangaroo Farm, to cideries, wineries, trails and beaches, there’s lots to do on campus – and off. See how you can #explorekelownafromhome.

 

Video: Tourism Kelowna

Q: How can I support Kelowna during this time?

Deciding to halt operations is never easy for any business. But COVID-19 has had an unprecedented impact on the tourism industry, local businesses, and communities in the Okanagan, and around the world. We’re committed to doing our part in halting the spread of COVID-19, and protecting our guests, staff and community. If you would like to support Okanagan businesses during this difficult time, visit Tourism Kelowna’s website, and learn more about how you can support Kelowna from home.

Q: When will I be able to travel again?

UBC is closely monitoring updates from our Provincial Health Authority with regards to plans to gradually loosen restrictions on businesses and travel. Currently, non-essential travel is discouraged, businesses are encouraged to operate online, and community members are being asked to stay home. For now, we plan to keep our campus residences closed to non-essential visitors until further notice.