Tourism Kamloops is BCLiving’s Most Intriguing Fall Destination of 2023

November 5, 2023 at 3:15 pm  Business, Kamloops, News, Tourism

Kamloops has appeared in BCLiving’s latest issue as the most intriguing fall destination of 2023. Tourism Kamloops extends a warm invitation to venture beyond the peak tourism season and experience our fall vibrancy. Although the leaves are changing and temperatures are cooling, Kamloops remains a captivating destination – this transition from summer to fall marks the perfect time to visit, as crowds thin and the opportunity to unwind awaits.

“The fall season in Kamloops is my most favorite,” says Monica Dickinson, CEO of Tourism Kamloops. “Whether you’re here for outdoor adventure or engaging in our local culture and attractions in the city, this time of year presents an incredible opportunity to slow down, unwind, and discover the hidden gems that make Kamloops extraordinary.”

A fall visit to Kamloops provides a fresh approach to exploring the city’s wealth of experiences, from sports and outdoor activities to culinary delights and a thriving arts and culture scene. The crisp air and fall foliage lend to a more intimate and indulgent experience.

Kamloops has always taken pride in its culinary scene, and this fall is no exception. The city is putting its food front and center, inviting both locals and visitors to savor the rich flavors of the region. Explore the bountiful fall harvest at the Kamloops Farmers’ Market, where you can sample the best of local, seasonal produce and goods. For those looking for a more spirited indulgence, Kamloops’ local breweries and cozy coffee shops provide an array of tasty seasonal sips and treats. From international cuisine to homegrown favorites, you’ll find a wide variety of restaurants offering diverse and delectable dishes. Sign up for the ‘Loops Explorer Pass to unlock instant discounts at some of the top restaurants in the city.

Kamloops has something to appeal to every interest this fall. For the outdoor adventurers, our mild fall temperatures mean you can be outside longer playing in our breathtaking landscapes on foot or on bike. Or delve into our city’s arts and culture offerings to enjoy a Kamloops has something to appeal to every interest this fall. For the outdoor adventurers, our mild fall temperatures mean you can be outside longer playing in our breathtaking landscapes on foot or on bike. Or delve into our city’s arts and culture offerings to enjoy a variety of installations and performances including our Illuminate Kamloops activations and exciting theatre and symphony programming. Sports enthusiasts also have plenty to cheer about in Canada’s Tournament Capital. We love welcoming out-of-town sports teams and their loyal fans to face off against our own Kamloops Blazers and TRU Wolfpack.

To our fellow Kamloopsians, we encourage you to rediscover your city this fall, becoming tourists in your own town. Whether you know Kamloops like the back of your hand, or this is your first time visiting, you can find our BOLD Street Team around town this fall. Our passionate volunteers are ready to provide an exceptional visitor service experience and ensure your stay is unforgettable. With a great roster of events, attractions, and our natural outdoor playground, Kamloops promises to delight all your senses this fall.

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