- Directory Search
- Top Festivals & Events
- Shopping & Cuisine
- Meetings & Conventions
- Maps & Itineraries
- Manitoba´s Regions
- Visitor Information
- USA Visitors
- Top 20 in Manitoba
- Travel Media
- Tourism Industry
- Travel Trade
- Everything Churchill
- Fish Hunt Manitoba
- Canoe & Kayak
- Manitoba Hot
- Birding Manitoba
- Photo Gallery
- Tourism Winnipeg
- Star Attractions
Quiet parklands and unblemished wetlands welcome rare prairie orchids and flocks of wild waterfowl, and just like them you’ll want to come back every year.Central Plains Tourism Network
Manitoba is divided into eight main regions - choose from the menu below to explore each unique area of the province.
Winnipeg is the capital city of Manitoba. Home to over 700,000 people, the city is where the Red and Assiniboine rivers meet.
Beginning at the western edge of Winnipeg, the Central Plains region includes the town of Portage la Prairie.
This region begins east of Winnipeg, covering a long stretch of the Manitoba/Ontario border including the Whiteshell Provincial Park.
This region stretches from the northern edge of Winnipeg and between Lake Winnipeg and Lake Manitoba, and includes Hecla, Gimli and more.
Manitoba’s largest region includes the town of Churchill, the northern border with Nunavut, and Hudson’s Bay.
This western region of Manitoba includes both the Duck Mountain Provincial Park and Riding Mountain National Park.
Spanning the area southwest of Winnipeg, the area includes towns like Carman, Morden, Winkler, Morris and Emerson.
This southwestern area is home to the city of Brandon, and borders both the United States and Saskatchewan.