Situated in the heart of Canada, Manitoba is a province that has something for everyone. Nature lovers can explore the boreal forest, see belugas and polar bears in Churchill, or stay up past bedtime soaking in the Northern Lights. History buffs can dig deep into Canadian History at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg or walk through the Forks National Historic Site, or take a tour though the Manitoba Parlement. For those that want to get out of the city, Hecla Provincial Park offers everything from hiking, to sightseeing and hanging out at the beach.

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Manitoba is a province full of natural beauty and adventure. From the rugged shores of Canada’s sub arctic to the grassy prairies of the interior, there is much to explore. Travellers can find themselves hiking through dense forests, paddling through waters surrounded by beluga whales, or horseback riding across open fields.

In addition to its stunning scenery, Manitoba is also home to a rich cultural heritage. Indigineous  peoples have been living in the region for thousands of years, and their traditions can still be seen and experienced today with a plethora of Indigineous experiences

Known as the “Heart of Canada” Winnipeg Manitoba is literally the center of North America and was once expected to be the biggest city in all of North America as all major railway lines ran through the epicenter at that time. With travel expanding into flight the city’s trajectory changed but the stories are remarkable. From the Forks which have been a gathering place for over 6000 years to Manitoba’s Parlement which has stories upon stories that will surprise and entertain you. 

Winnipeg has now transformed into an innovative hub welcoming artists and creatives to inspire the city through a variety of initiatives. In Winnipeg you’ll find a vibrant art scene, world class culinary experiences, and unique places to experience it all, under one bustling skyline. As they say, “If you haven’t been to Winnipeg in the last ten years, you haven’t been to Winnipeg.” 

As someone who just had their first experience in “The Peg” I can assure you, it won’t be my last. Whether you’re looking for excitement, history, arts, or culture, Manitoba provides the perfect setting for an unforgettable journey.

Top Sights

Manitoba is a province full of adventure. From unique animal encounters to exploring provincial and national parks, there is no shortage of incredible places to explore. And for those who prefer a more urban setting, Winnipeg, the province’s capital city, offers a vibrant arts and culture scene as well as plenty of historical sites and experiences to explore. If you’re into festivals and events the province has lot of unique opportunities for you to take part in.


Winnipeg is the capital of Manitoba and its largest city. Downtown Winnipeg is home to a variety of shops and restaurants, as well as attractions like the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and Parliament Hill. The Forks is a popular spot for locals and tourists alike with a combination of local shops and local restaurants ready to welcome you. The Forks National Historic Site is also located downtown and is a must-see for history buffs or those looking for a beautiful park to explore. Parliament Hill is also located in downtown Winnipeg and offers tours of the Legislative Building. Just outside of downtown is Assiniboine Park, which is a 400 acre urban park that visitors should explore. Be sure to stop and check out the park’s newest addition, the Leaf, Canada’s first diversity garden.

Hecla Provincial Par

Hecla Provincial Park is located in the heart of the Interlake Region of Manitoba, just a short drive north of Winnipeg. The park is renowned for its pristine lakes and scenic hiking trails, as well as its abundant wildlife. For those looking for a more adventurous experience, the park also offers canoeing, kayaking, and fishing opportunities. With so much to see and do, Hecla Provincial Park is the perfect destination for a summer getaway.

Festivals and Events

In addition to the top sights mentioned above, Manitoba also boasts many different festivals and events that are held throughout the year, such as Folklorama and the Festival du voyageur. The Food Truck Wars features over 35 of the best food trucks in the province serving up everything from gourmet burgers to wood-fired pizza. No matter what time of year you visit, there's sure to be something going on in Manitoba!


Churchill is a world renowned small town located on the shores of Hudson Bay in northern Manitoba. The town is known as the "Polar Bear Capital of the World" and offers travelers the opportunity to see polar bears in their natural habitat. While it's most famous for being one of the best places in the world to see polar bears, but beluga whales can also be seen here from July to September. Dog carting is another popular activity in Churchill and something that visitors shouldn't miss. Churchill is truly a unique destination for those seeking the ultimate Canadian Arctic adventure.

Riding Mountain National Park

Situated in the heart of Manitoba, Riding Mountain National Park is a nature lover's paradise. With over 3,000 square kilometers of pristine wilderness to explore, the park offers something for everyone. Whether you're hiking through the forests, paddling down a river, or simply enjoying the views from one of the many lookout points, you're sure to find plenty of adventure. And if you're lucky, you might even spot some of the park's wildlife, including bison, elk, and deer. Whatever your interests might be, Riding Mountain Park is sure to provide an unforgettable experience.

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