We offer a wide variety of arrangements to the Kamloops Community! Need the ideal Mother's Day arrangement? Then look no further than Enchante Florist. We boast a wide variety of floral arrangements, plants, and sympathy pieces. Looking for a lovely get-well plant? We offer amazing plants such as our Emerald Garden Basket or Simply Elegant Spathiphyllum. Feel free to browse the wide variety of plants and other arrangements we have on our website or call and one of our friendly staff would be more than happy to help you pick the perfect product.
We offer delivery to Kamloops at a reasonable service fee of $10.99 and a delivery fee of $14.99.
Flower Delivery in Kamloops, BC
We are proud to serve and deliver to Kamloops, British Columbia. Kamloops (/ˈkæmluːps/) is a city in south-central British Columbia, Canada, at the confluence of the two branches of the Thompson River and east of Kamloops Lake. It is located in the Thompson-Nicola Regional District, whose offices are based here. The surrounding region is more commonly referred to as the Thompson Country.
At a 2016 population of 90,280, it is the twelfth largest municipality in the province. The Kamloops census agglomeration is ranked 36th among census metropolitan areas and agglomerations in Canada at a 2016 population of 103,811. In 2019, the city was estimated to have grown to a population of 100,046.
Kamloops is known as the Tournament Capital of Canada. It hosts more than 100 tournaments each year at world-class sports facilities such as the Tournament Capital Centre, Kamloops Bike Ranch, and Tournament Capital Ranch. Health care, tourism, and education are major contributing industries to the regional economy and have grown in recent years.
In 2016, Kamloops was the first city in British Columbia to be designated as a Bee City. Numerous organizations in the community are protecting and creating bumble bee habitats in the city
Kamloops is a four-season adventure playground. From mid-December to March, go downhill skiing or explore winter trails via snowshoes, cross-country skis, or bike. Summers are long in Kamloops and from April to November, the weather is perfect for hiking and biking trails, paddling lakes and rivers, and experiencing local culture.