Group Tours & School Programs

Our guided programing is over for the season. Please join us to experience the centre self-guided.

Group Rates

Group rates are available for unguided and guided groups. Admission fees are payable by the tour leader on the day of the visit. We can design the tour to suit the time you have and the interests of the group. Most guided tours last 1.5 hours but short tours are also possible.

Group Rates

Adult & Senior Groups

With Guided Tour GSTTotal
Groups of 10 – 25$18.00$0.90$18.90
Groups of 25+$20.00$1.00$21.00
Unguided Visit
Groups of 10 – 20$11.00$0.55$11.55
Groups of 20+$10.00$0.50$10.50

School & Youth Tours

Guided Youth Tour$15.00$0.75$15.75
Two Youth Programs/visit$17.00$0.85$17.85

For more information contact: Barbara Sabyan at 1.888.468.8555 or 250.495.7901 ext. 211 or by email at

Nk'Mip Fishing in Creek

How to book a program:

Download our tour booking form and contact Barbara Sabyan  at 250.495.7901 ext 211 or via email:

School Programs

Okanagan Cultural Tour

School groups begin their tour with the 20 minute feature film, “Coyote Spirit” which depicts a young girl’s encounter with the spirit of Coyote on her visit to the Osoyoos Indian Reserve. Following the film, students are guided by interpreters to a reconstructed Okanagan village; along the way, they are educated about the local plants and animals of the Osoyoos desert grasslands, and their traditional uses. At the village, students have the opportunity to examine traditional tools used by the Okanagan First Nations in a hands-on artifact session. If time permits, classes attend a second pit-house theatre production which recounts how Coyote brought salmon to the Okanagan.

1-2 hour program.

Snakes Alive

Most students have heard of Western Rattlesnakes; however, there are seven local species of snakes in this region, most of which are also at risk. The “Snakes Alive” program educates students about snake species and their habitats as well as safety in rattlesnake country. The program explains the conservation techniques of the Nk’Mip Rattlesnake Research Project and illustrates how our fragile ecosystem is vital to their survival. A live gopher snake and rattlesnakes are featured in each program.  After the program, students are encouraged to explore the centre exhibits and trails.

4o minute program.

For more information contact: Barbara Sabyan at 1.888.468.8555 or 250.495.7901 ext. 211 or by email at

Nk'Mip Cultural Centre
Coyotes Gift Shop
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Plan Your Visit

The Osoyoos Indian Band welcomes you to our Desert Cultural Center, where you will discover the stories, people, art and history of our area. View our hours and admission rates.

Nkmip Coyote Howling

Explore & Experience

Explore indoor and outdoor cultural and nature exhibits. Discover the desert ecology and wildlife in “Critter Corner” and “Living Land” displays. Hear the legends of Sen’klip (Coyote) in two multi-sensory theatres.

Shop for a Unique Gift

Visit our Gift Shop for indigenous handcrafted art and merchandise for everyone from children to discerning adults.