Open stretches of prairie and rolling grain fields stretch from Canada’s southern border with the US right up to the arctic shores of the colossal Hudson Bay. But there’s a lot more to these sparse but beautiful landscapes than meets the eye. Go polar bear spotting in the arctic tundra of the north or depart from the rocky Hudson shores to spot whales playing in the water. The largest city, Winnipeg, is home to a thriving arts and cultural scene, renowned for its fringe theatre and summer festivals. The province’s other major hub, Churchill, is the place to come to experience the sheer wonder of nature that dominates the region. There’s so much to see and do with a hotel in Manitoba.
Winnipeg - The ‘Gateway to the West’ and largest city in the province, Winnipeg is a lively place, with a booming arts and culture scene. With a hotel in Winnipeg you can hang out with hipsters in its bar lined streets or explore the city’s architectural treasures on a walking tour.
North of 53 - The largest region in Manitoba, discover polar bears and beluga whales, or revisit the history of the fur trade in a true unspoiled wilderness.
Interlake - Sandy beaches and vast forests cover the landscape of Interlake in the southern end of the state, but the region is dominated by its two vast inland oceans Lake Winnipeg and Lake Manitoba.
Parkland - A stunning mix of scenic woodland and rivers, this is a great place to explore by bicycle. You can also climb Canada’s highest mountain and enjoy some of the province’s best bird life and fishing spots.
Central Plains - A fertile land of green countryside that’s rich with tradition, myth and legend. Walk a scenic network of trails through marshland, along beaches and past huge rocky cliffs.
Head north to visit the frosty shores of the vast Hudson bay and follow the route taken by countless thousands of fur trappers back when Canada was an unexplored wilderness. Camp your way across the huge prairies and grain fields in the centre of the state or visit some of the province’s huge inland oceans to the south. With so many lakes, Manitoba has a great choice of beaches in the summer months, with excellent bird watching and fishing spots across its expansive interior.
Hike and bike your way around rugged back country, sunbathing on lake beaches in the summer months or go whale and polar bear spotting in the winter. The vast prairies and woodlands provide lots of opportunities for camping and exploring, and when the snows come you can cross country ski or snowmobile your way across the landscape. With rock climbing, golf and white water rafting on offer plus the urban thrills of fringe theatre and summer festivals in Winnipeg, Manitoba province has a little something for everyone.