Au cœur de cette immensité d’une indescriptible beauté, le nord du Manitoba recèle des joyaux et des paysages parmi les plus spectaculaires de la province. Partez à la découverte de cette région encore vierge en commençant par les sept merveilles du Nord! Certaines se laissent visiter plus
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Would it surprise you to learn that Manitoba is among the best places on Earth to experience one of the world's great natural wonders? Standing alongside The Grand Canyon, the Great Barrier Reef and Mount Everest is the humble Aurora Borealis . Well, maybe not so humble, when you consider the jaw-dropping show this wonder puts on nearly 300 days out of the year in Churchill, Manitoba. If you have witnessing this phenomenon on your list, here are 5 things you need to know about the northern lights in Churchill, Manitoba.
Photo d’en-tête de Austin Mackay Que l’horizon se couvre de lourds nuages noirs, d’un arc-en-ciel d’espoir ou d’aurores boréales aux longs rubans colorés, l’observation céleste a une signification bien particulière au Manitoba. De plus en plus de gens s’amusent à scruter, de jour comme de nuit, nos
Header photo by: Katie Goldie A trip to the northern town of Churchill, Manitoba is not the easiest trip in the world. It can be expensive. There are limited transportation options...and even more limited seasons. But guess what? A visit to this very special region is absolutely worth your trouble.
Header image courtesy of @alexdevriesphotography. The Northern Lights are one of nature’s most spectacular phenomenons–and lucky for us, Manitoba is one of the best places in the world to view them. With peak viewing season running from January through March, these glorious washes of celestial
Chances are you know someone in your life who's an introvert. Or maybe you are one yourself. Maybe you seek solitude. Maybe you're looking for open spaces without too many people. You might like activities that allow you to retreat into silence. Sometimes you might want to be completely alone, but
Header Photo by: Stacie It's the most wonderful time of the year (depending on who you ask, of course), as the temperature drops a little, the sweaters come out and the air turns crisp. It's fall of course, and you? You really, really love fall. You loved it before pumpkin spice everything was even
What does it feel like to see the northern lights dance above you in the remote subarctic? Many have described the experience as a humbling one; an awe-inspiring event that leaves one feeling so, so small in the grand scheme of our magnificent universe. And yet, in that moment of humility, there may also be an overwhelming sense of significance. Therein lies the magic of the aurora borealis.