Arctic coastline, stunning lakes, luxury lodges, fishing, polar bears & beluga whales combines with genuine Canadian hospitality is truly unique to these provinces.
Saskatoon – the gorgeous campus of the University of Saskatchewan is the centerpiece of this picturesque city, surrounded by great shopping areas, galleries and attractions.
Wanuskewin Heritage Park – this unique site interprets over 6000 years of Northern Plains Indian culture.
Batoche National Historic Site – displays the remains of the village of Batoche on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River.
The Western Development Museum – a network of four museums in Saskatchewan, preserving and recording the social and economic development of the province.
Tunnels of Moose Jaw – this year-round tourist attraction entertains guests with unique productions of Canadian history.
Cypress Hills – there is plenty to see and do in the Cypress Hills area located in southwest Saskatchewan, besides just spending a day zipping through the trees!
Winnipeg – known for its friendly and welcoming spirit, Winnipeg is a diverse multicultural city with a rich and varied history.
Churchill, Beluga & Polar Bears – during the summer months of July and August, north of Winnipeg , is the Churchill River – home to over 3000 beluga whales that migrate into the river to give birth and feed. At the end of the summer as the ice melts the polar bears come, with the best viewing times in October and November.
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