Moccasin Trails, an emerging Indigenous Tourism Company owned by TOTA Indigenous Specialist, Greg Hopf, and Board Chair, Frank Antoine, are launching a West Kelowna Cultural Tour.
After running successful canoe tours throughout the Shuswap, the 100% Indigenous-owned business is thrilled to be bringing a tour to the Central Okanagan. Moccasin Trails specializes in taking guests back to ancestral paths throughout the region on waterways or trails alongside a Traditional Knowledge Keeper to share stories and songs, giving guests a deeper understanding of First Nations culture.
The Paddling Stories [?uc’lm smymay] Indigenous Cultural Tour takes you on a canoe journey from Gellatly Nutfarm across Okanagan Lake with an opportunity to learn ancient Syilx stories, view pictographs, and take part in a traditional feeding of the water ceremony.
Following that, enjoy lunch at the Red Fox Club and indulge in the flavour of modern Indigenous cuisine before a tour and wine tasting at Indigenous World Winery.