Bien que Voyage Manitoba recommande fortement à toutes les entreprises touristiques de respecter les protocoles de fonctionnement et les restrictions en matière de capacités autorisés par le gouvernement du Manitoba, nous ne pouvons pas garantir que les entreprises présentées ci-après respectent
Pas étonnant que le parc provincial du Whiteshell soit l’un des plus populaires de la province. Avec ses superbes lacs et rivières, sa forêt boréale et, bien sûr, ses roches accidentées du bouclier précambrien, ce parc est un sanctuaire pour les amoureux de la nature. Cette année, ne manquez pas de l’explorer plus à fond en découvrant les 10 endroits étonnants que voici et préparez-vous à retomber en amour.
While Travel Manitoba strongly recommends that all tourism businesses adhere to the operating protocols and capacity restrictions allowed by the Manitoba government, we cannot guarantee the compliance of any business featured in the content below. Please contact the business directly for operating hours and policies. Throughout the province, please continue to practice safe social distancing and adhere to all recommended guidelines. #staysafe It's no wonder that Whiteshell Provincial Park is one of the province's most popular parks. Characterized by stunning lakes, rivers, boreal forest and of course the rugged Precambrian Shield, the Whiteshell is a nature lover's sanctuary. This year, make a point to explore more of this park with these 10 amazing spots and be prepared to fall in love all over again.
While Travel Manitoba strongly recommends that all tourism businesses adhere to the operating protocols and capacity restrictions allowed by the Manitoba government, we cannot guarantee the compliance of any business featured in the content below. Please contact the business directly for operating hours and policies. Throughout the province, please continue to practice safe social distancing and adhere to all recommended guidelines. #staysafe Header photo by Yoga with Kalie Whether you prefer to dive right in, drop oh-so-carefully into an inner tube or lower yourself into the water in the most painstaking manner (the stomach is the hardest...), our cool and crisp lakes beckon even the wimpiest to take a dip. While we continue to work on our listicle of all 100,000 lakes in Manitoba (anyone have an idea for a clever title?), we have 9 refreshing lakes you MUST swim in this summer in Manitoba.
Header photo by: Kyle Schappert I don’t care about how much of a city slicker you are, when summer hits, we all itch to get out to the lake – any lake! Manitoba’s 5 degrees of cabin separation means that most of us get out at least once during the summer, while others move into their cozy summer
As Brandon welcomes the top men's curling teams in the country for the 2019 Tim Hortons Brier March 2-10, we thought we’d take a closer look at the love affair between Manitoba and curling. This province has a reputation for curling excellence, with top teams achieving national, international and
In Manitoba, summer means getting out and enjoying all that our rich environment has to offer, whether it be venturing out on a hike or dipping a paddle into one of our 100,000 lakes. Both beginners and seasoned pros can find a route to suit their needs, and we have plenty of whitewater and gently
Meet thousands of frenzied snakes, decipher ancient writing on rock walls, dig for fossils and venture into cavernous depths. Manitoba’s natural wonders match any adventure had by film hero and archaeologist Indiana Jones. World’s largest snake pits Located between the towns of Narcisse and Inwood,
Fall is in full force right now, but here at the office we’re still reminiscing about a few of our favourite summer adventures. In our latest We Heart MB edition, Dené, with paddle in hand, takes on the Caddy Lake tunnels, Jillian builds new farm-life memories with her kids, Michel shares his love
Let the wonders of nature be a backdrop for reflection on the power of the human spirit at Whiteshell Provincial Park. Begin your Whiteshell journey at the Bannock Point Petroforms near Nutimik Lake. The petroforms are stones laid out on the bedrock in the shapes of turtles, snakes, geometric