Destination Osoyoos is proud to be the official Destination Marketing Organization for the resort municipality of Osoyoos. Please contact a member of our team if you have a specific inquiry. For updates including marketing opportunities, please sign up below for our quarterly stakeholder newsletter.
Destination Osoyoos Documents
Please visit our corporate page to download Destination Osoyoos documents including visitor statistics for the Osoyoos Visitor Centre and the Destination Osoyoos 5 Year Strategic Plan.
Stakeholder Specials and Packages Submission
Are you an Osoyoos tourism business with a great offer, special, or package? Click below to fill out the form with your packages, discounts, special offers and much more. Submissions will be approved by Destination Osoyoos and published on our package page.
Step-by-step guides to prepare tourism businesses and their staff for emergencies, with templates and tools to help operators easily plan a fast and effective response.
For current weather conditions in Osoyoos, please click here.
Destination Osoyoos believes that our stakeholders should have access to resources and tools to be successful and navigate all aspects of sustainability including accessibility, green tourism, inclusiveness, and Indigenous tourism. Check out these tools to get you started:
Business Recycling Toolkit
Guide to Sustainable Purchasing
Learning and Educational Resources
The Learning Centre from Destination BC is a one stop shop for tourism businesses looking to expand skills. The program is open 24/7, and allows businesses to access free resources and tools, featured articles, guides, templates, and videos. Click here to access.
Thompson Okanagan Tourism Resiliency Program
Over the last few weeks, the Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association (TOTA) has been diligently working on creating a new program that directly addresses the impacts of COVID-19 on tourism businesses and helps to navigate the Provincial and Federal initiatives that have been put in place to try and mitigate the effects of the pandemic. The organization, while still continuing with its core programs, has pivoted from its role and is focused on providing one-on-one direct support to all tourism businesses within the Thompson Okanagan corridor. Click below to learn more.
WorkSafeBC: Resources for Resuming Operations
WorkSafeBC and the Province of British Columbia have establish protocols for Phases 1 and 2 of BC’s Restart Plan. For a full list of resources and information, including all protocols by sector from WorkSafeBC click here.