Explore BC

Follow four travel bloggers—two teams of two—on a month-long adventure as they Explore BC and its many unique experiences.

Team Orca consists of Brendan and Rob, hailing from Rocky Mountain House and Ottawa, respectively. Both are seasoned world travellers and this will be the first time they’ll be meeting each other. Team Eagle is Dina and Ryan, a husband-and-wife duo from London, Ontario, who have visited more than 40 countries together since 2009, yet have never visited British Columbia.

Over the course of four weeks this summer, these four bloggers will attempt to experience much of what BC has to offer: everything from white-water rafting and whale watching to gliding and rock climbing; from winery tours and brewery tours to historic museums and aboriginal experiences. Be sure to follow the adventure on our Facebook page and have your say in where they go and what they do!


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A great view of Penticton can be had from the top of Munson Mountain. It’s easy to find: it’s got “PENTICTON” written across it, like the famous Hollywood sign.

We had a short walk up the hill and were rewarded with a beautiful panorama over the vineyards and lake below.

We’d heard that a thunderstorm was coming, and from our vantage point could see angry skies and lightning striking in the distance. We enjoyed the view for awhile and then hurried back to the comfort of our B&B to escape the impending storm.

Fruit stand Beach

We stopped at a fruit stand by the highway and picked up some beautiful local cherries, then went to Sun Oka beach on Okanagan Lake. We lazed on the sand all afternoon, enjoying our delicious fruit and soaking up the sun.

~Team Eagle (Ryan and Dina VagabondQuest.com)

We saw a superhero floating in the air above Osoyoos Lake! What, super hero?!

Oh wait, it’s just an ordinary human! Oh well… but he is still really cool, floating around with water jets like that! I think I’d be too scared to do that! The thing is called a Flyboard, by the way. Crazy stuff! I wonder if it is difficult to stay straight up, or the device makes it easy to do so.

Well, even though we didn’t try Flyboarding, we still truly enjoyed the beautiful Osoyoos Lake. There are a lot of beaches you can frolick on. Above, you can see me enjoying the beach at Haynes Point, a peninsula in the lake that’s also very popular for camping.

~Team Eagle (Ryan and Dina VagabondQuest.com)

Weirdest lake we’ve ever seen in Canada: Spotted Lake in Osoyoos! The circles are created by the extremely high concentration of minerals in the water. Every summer a different pattern of circles is formed as the water evaporates.

~Team Eagle (Ryan and Dina VagabondQuest.com)

Beautiful driving from Rossland to Osoyoos. We spotted lots of deer, but most didn’t hang around long. This one posed nicely for a photo.

~Team Eagle (Ryan and Dina VagabondQuest.com)

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