Airport Shuttle/Greyhound Bus Station Shuttle
Watch for our blue vested resort ambassadors in the arrivals area to assist you!
Phone: Central Reservations at 1.800.663.2772
Things To See Along The Way
|YLW Airport Pick up|
|Okanagan Lake - The lake is 135 km long, between 4 and 5 km wide, and is home to the world famous Ogopogo|
|Layer Cake Mountain - is a volcanic land form composed primarily of Dacite [day-site], volcanic rock with a high silica content. It shows unique layering that has not been seen anywhere else.|
|Joe Rich Community - The lovely fertile valley beyond Black Mountain is named after the trapper and prospector who settled there prior to 1900. Joe Rich made his home there for many years, but is said to have been a convicted horse thief.|
|Look for wildlife along the way, eagles, falcons, wolves, deer, moose, lynx, cougar, fox to name a few.|
|First Ski Lift – Gem Lake Express - only 10km’s to go|
|Welcome to Big White we hope you enjoy your stay.|
Shuttle Schedule2017/2018 Schedule to be released
Shuttles must be reserved 72 hours prior to arrival. If there are no scheduled pickups, the shuttle buses do not operate. Shuttle times and rates are subject to change. Please let us know if Tots need a booster or car seat.
Big White's Airport Shuttle runs during the winter season only.
We pick up and drop off at the Kelowna International Airport and the Kelowna Greyhound, no additional stops are allowed.
We cannot confirm the type of shuttle that you will be on until 72 hours prior to your travel dates. The type of vehicle may be the Big White Shuttle Van, a 29, 47 or 56 seat passenger bus (these buses are contracted by Big White Central Reservations Transport Department) or a Taxi. The difference in shuttles is dependent on the number of people and time that the shuttle has been booked. The Shuttle will collect passengers from Kelowna Airport first and then pick-up passengers from Kelowna Greyhound Bus Station.
Please also note child or booster seats will not be available if your Airport Transfer is serviced by a charter bus or coach. BC Regulations do not require buses or coaches carrying over 10 passengers to have seatbelts, therefore child or booster seats cannot be secured and are also not required by BC Regulations.
For more details, contact Central Reservations at 1-800-663-2772 or email us at email@example.com.