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
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 How do you make an already amazing road trip ever better? Add in some roadside attractions! On your next trip up to the beaches of the Interlake, make a few stops along the way at these giant Interlake gems!
Whether it be roadside attractions, an abundance of a certain species, or a feature flower: Manitoba's towns and cities each have their own distinctive flair. So what are some of Manitoba's towns and cities known for? Read on for Manitoba's known but not-so-official capitals , and a few that really
In Norse mythology Gimli is known as the most beautiful place in the after life, where only the worthy will be transported after death. But not to worry, a visit to Gimli, Manitoba is very achievable in life! This lake-side town is about an hour drive north of Winnipeg and is a great summer or
Header photo by Dennis Bergen With mild temperatures ahead, now is the best time to get out and explore what Manitoba's rural communities have to offer in the wintertime! From octopus skating rinks and ice garages to poutine and ski trails, here are 10 things you should do this winter in Manitoba
Free fun can sometimes be hard to find, with such events and activities far, few and in-between. But if you’re a if-it’s-free-count-me-in kind of guy or gal, you’d be pleasantly surprised to know that Manitoba speaks your language. Here are a few free things to do when you’re low on cash, or just plain ole cheap.
As winter winds down and the melt begins, you may find yourself itching for the season to actually arrive (look, all we're saying is that we may or may not still see some snowfall even after the first "official" day of spring). If you want spring but the weather isn't quite cooperating, here are 8 fun and fresh things you should do as the waiting game begins...
Header photo: Acorn Cafe Happy first day of fall! It's all happening now - from delighting in the feeling of crunchy leaves underfoot to savouring the smell of freshly baked pumpkin pie wafting in the air. And we all know that autumn is a time for harvest, bounty and long dinners spent with friends and family. Here's where YOU should eat this fall in Manitoba...
Gimli is the sort of place that people love to flock to during the summertime, especially on the weekends. But if you’re looking to experience Gimli for a true taste of its Icelandic culture, then Icelandic Fest is undoubtedly the best time to go. And while the curtain on this year’s festival has
When I think about Gimli, I immediately conjure up an image of the Viking warrior statue standing tall at Viking Park. Next, I think of pickerel served with heaping portions of fries and long strolls along Lake Winnipeg after said heaping portions of fries. And of course, it just wouldn’t be right