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Discover Manitoba

Manitoba is the most easterly prairie province in Canada. For more than 6000 years, Manitoba has been the home to Aboriginal and Métis people for over 6000 years, who to this day continue to hold tremendous cultural influence over the area.

Manitoba is a nature lover’s dream – home to polar bears, beluga whales, sparkling lakes, pristine rivers, alpine forests, rugged mountain peaks, and two national parks.

The Capital of Manitoba is Winnipeg, one of the most culturally diverse cities in Canada with over 100 languages spoken.  One of the most visited towns in Manitoba is Churchill, where people flock from around the world to see the polar bears, Churchill is also one of the top three places in the world where you can observe the aurora borealis, otherwise known as the Northern lights.  Visit  Riding Mountain and Wapusk national parks, with their exceptional scenery, abundant wildlife, and opportunities for camping, hiking, and kayaking.

Highlights of Manitoba’s social calendar include the Manito Ahbee Festival in Winnipeg, which celebrates Indigenous arts, music, and culture; and the legendary Manitoba Stampede, one of Canada’s most celebrated rodeos, held in the small and hospitable town of Morris.


If a holiday of a lifetime involving the chance to see polar bears and beluga whales grabs your fancy, then head off to Churchill, northern Manitoba. Situated on the west shore of Hudson Bay, the town has more than a few once-in-a-lifetime surprises in store.

It is one of the top places in the world to see the luminescent swirls and streaks of the northern lights; you can view polar bears ambling along the coastal ice from a tundra buggy, and sail out on the Churchill River to marvel at and hear the sweet sounds of beluga whales aka ‘sea canaries.

For the adventurous, there’s snorkeling and kayaking, for nature lovers plenty of bird and animal life, and for foodies the chance to taste of traditional Arctic char.



A significant stop on the Trans-Canada trek, Winnipeg offers everything and more of a true destination city, so be sure to stay and enjoy a bit of the Manitoba capital’s culture, history, nature and renowned fringe-theatre productions.

There’s something for everyone: gallery-hopping in the historic Exchange District, tours of the Canadian Mint, getting up-close and personal with Bison at FortWhyte Alive, star-gazing at the Manitoba Museum Planetarium, browsing St Norbert Farmers’ Market, walking the city’s signature trail ‘The Loop’, or enjoying ‘glow-in-the-dark mini-golf at U-Puttz Amusement Centre.


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Travel Details

Flights to Winnipeg from the UK are indirect, commonly changing in Calgary.  The travelling time is approximately 12 hours 30 minutes including the change of aircraft



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