Naramata is historic, but hip.
It’s quiet, yet vibrant.
It’s agricultural and sophisticated.
It’s a tourist destination, but not a resort town.
“Naramata is often considered an extension of Penticton,” said Discover Naramata’s new president Kate Colley, co-owner of the Naramata Inn.
“But Naramata is a stand-alone, world-class, year-round destination and we have big plans to let visitors know they can book direct and enjoy everything Naramata has to offer.”
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Steve MacNaull | Now Media Group | May 11, 2022