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Manitoba - Don't Miss

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Manitoba's Capital, offers an unforgettable mix of big city fun and hometown charm
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Majestic, rugged and awe-inspiring. The north of Manitoba includes Chruchiill, Hudson Bay and a chance to see Polar Bears and Beluga Whales
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Quiet parklands and unblemished wetlands welcome rare prairie orchids and flocks of wild waterfowl
green tick Eastern Manitoba
Incredible parks, outdoor spaces, canoeing, hiking or skiing a forest trail, beaches and fishing
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Interlake has sandy beaches, vast marshlands and the indigenous spirit of generations past
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Duck Mountain Provincial Park and Riding Mountain National Park with cool lakes, rushing rivers and dense green lush forests
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Western Manitoba has a rich heritage and breath-taking nature. Dense wooded parkland and wide open prairies
Manitoba - an extraordinary diversity of experiences

Whatever visitors are seeking, Manitoba is a land of untouched nature, majestic wildlife, vibrant culture and friendly people. Manitoba’s landscape is as enchanting as it is diverse, with prairie grassland in the south and west, rugged Canadian Shield lakes and forests in the east and north, and arctic coastline and tundra in the extreme north.

Why choose Manitoba?

Manitoba sits in the middle of Canada, located at North America’s geographic centre.

The province is bordered by Saskatchewan to the west, Ontario to the east, Nunavut Territory to the north, and to the south by North Dakota and Minnesota.

Located a mere 65 miles north of the American border, Winnipeg is easily accessible by rail, road and air and is Manitoba's Capital with an unforgettable mix of big city fun with hometown charm.

Travel north to Churchill and Hudson Bay and disocver the awe-inspiring, majestic and rugged landscapes that are natural habitats for Polar Bears and Beluga Whales.

In Central and Eastern Manitoba you have a wide variety of parklands, outdoor spaces and unblemished wetlands to discover. Here you can indulge in canoeing, river rafting, hiking, skiing, walking forest trails, fishing or just relaxing on the beaches with summer temperatures reaching around 25 degrees.

Manitoba also has a very rich heritage and an aboriginal way of life in the far north where the poeple are warm and welcoming with stunning cuisine and a real sense of community.

Whatever you want from a holiday, Manitoba can deliver everytime with a multitude of National Parks, Rivers, Dense Woodland, Wide open Praries, Polar Bears and Whales.

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