Experience Naramata in 48 Hours

Are you looking for a delicious culinary experience and unforgettable wine-country adventures? Experience Naramata!

Naramata is only 15 kilometres away from Penticton, in the beautiful Okanagan Valley. This tiny community boasts cute shops, quaint accommodations, great restaurants and coffee shops. I have enjoyed a couple visits to Naramata this last year as it is the perfect vacation close to home. You can see our June group trip highlights here, as well as my Fall girls trip here.

Are you ready to learn how to experience Naramata in 48 hours? Check it out!

Experience Naramata in 48 Hours

Things to Do

  • Visit Neverland Tea Cottage. This is a unique and instagrammable location to enjoy high tea. If you are a local, you’ll know that we have no tea houses like this in Kelowna so it is definitely worth the drive. If you want to see what this whimsy and easy elegance experience looks like, check out my reel here. I recommend that you do make a reservation in advance as this is a popular spot!
  • Experience the beautiful area by e-bike! We used Penticton E-Kruise and it was so convenient, as they drop off and pick up the bikes from your desired location. During our recent trip, we rode the bikes along the KVR trail. It is such a fun way to cruise through wine country!
  • Rent a boat and cruise around Okanagan Lake. This is a fun activity to enjoy the mid-day sun or golden hour! We rented a boat through Penticton Boat Rentals and they were great! Check out my reel here to see the breathtaking views that this boat ride offered.
  • Go on a wine tour. Some recent favourites I’ve visited are Serendipity Winery and Poplar Grove Winery but there are around 40 wineries in the area to choose from!

Places to Stay

  • Naramata Inn is a boutique style hotel, with a lot of charm and vintage vibes. If you are looking for centrally located accommodations, the Inn is located right in the heart of Naramata. We stayed here during our Fall girls trip and it was lovely!
  • Okanagan Wanderlust Properties have multiple VRBO properties. The one we stayed at for our recent trip is called Serenity Vista and is located 15 minutes outside of Penticton. This house was equipped with large windows, three decks, a hot tub, and so much space to enjoy! I would highly recommend if you’re travelling with others.


  • Naramata Inn Restaurant is located in the Naramata Inn.
  • Kin + Folk is a new restaurant in Penticton that is definitely worth visiting. Ambient atmosphere, unique Asian-inspired dishes with bold flavours and fantastic cocktails. You can see a sneak peak here.
  • OROLO at Time Wines in Penticton. Checkout the delicious appies and mouthwatering mains featured in this reel here.
  • Just Baked is a great stop for coffee, yummy treats, and their famous scones.
  • The General Store has great grab and go options which pair well with e-bike cruises.
  • The Restaurant at Poplar Grove Winery boasts great views and world class food! Check it out here.
  • Poplar Grove Cheese has amazing charcuterie boards. We enjoyed ours during our group trip the first night we arrived!
  • Abandoned Rail Brewery is located along the KVR, making it a great stop for a beer while e-biking!
  • The Bistro at Serendipity Winery is the best stop for a farm to table lunch. The Nettle Gnocchi and Truffle Mushroom Risotto were my personal favourite dishes. Checkout my reel here to see the outdoor patio overlooking the vineyards.
  • Legend Distillery is hidden gem where you can sip on some crafty cocktails. Check it out here.

Whether you are planning a girls trip or romantic getaway, Naramata is the perfect destination. Save this blog post for next time you need a getaway!

-Jenna xoxo

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