Updated: September 29th, 2020
Smack dab in the middle of Canada and often overlooked, Manitoba is home to some of Canada’s top signature experiences, including beautiful landscapes and unique adventures. It’s home to Winnipeg, which is one of Canada’s biggest cities as well as some of Canada’s top lakes and beaches, festivals, and world-famous northern attractions.
Kayaking with beluga whales, spying on polar bears, learning about human rights, cracking the code of mystic messages and Masonic symbols, and admiring the Northern Lights are just some of the incredible opportunities in this central province.
We’ve been to Manitoba many times and even lived in Winnipeg for five months, giving us first-hand insight into this wonderful place. In this Manitoba travel guide, we aim to let you know about the top things to do in Manitoba, as well as how to get there, where to stay, and more!
Fun Facts about Manitoba
- Churchill is not only home to polar bears but is also home to the largest beluga whale migration in the world!
- The character of James Bond was inspired by a spy from Winnipeg! So was Winnie the Pooh!
- The Centre of Canada landmark is less than 30-minutes from Winnipeg!