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 physical distancing and adhere to all recommended guidelines. #staysafe Thompson is a city defined by the untouched boreal wilderness that surrounds it. For locals, it's known as the hub of the north - a industrious mining town with proud Indigenous identity and deep roots in the fur trade. For visitors, it's where the highway ends - a city that evokes images of waterfalls, clear-to-the-bottom lakes, pine-scented forests and mystical howling wolves. Whether you are visiting for the first time, proudly call it home, or have family connections there - Thompson calls you north. Here are 10 reasons why Thompson is such an alluring destination for your next road trip.
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 ces mesures. Veuillez communiquer directement avec les entreprises pour connaître leurs heures d’ouverture et leurs politiques. Veuillez continuer de respecter les mesures de distanciation physique dans toute la province et vous conformer aux directives recommandées. #restezensécurité Photo en bannière : Josh Lund Un été sans camping n’est pas vraiment un été. Voilà ce que pensent bien des Manitobaines et des Manitobains (la plupart, selon moi) et c’est aussi ce que je crois personnellement. Même si vous avez déjà vos endroits favoris et peut-être faits vos réservations, je vous invite à élargir vos horizons pour faire du camping dans une nouvelle région de la province. Voici 10 superbes endroits pour faire du camping au Manitoba que vous devez absolument visiter cet été. Pour faire des réservations, utilisez les Services de réservation des parcs du Manitoba.
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 Josh Lund A summer without camping isn't summer at all. This is a sentiment shared by many (I'd argue, most) Manitobans and one that rings true to my heart. While you may already have your go-to spots and your seasonal sites secured, I challenge you to expand your camping horizons to a new region of the province. Here are 10 gorgeous places to camp in Manitoba that you should absolutely check out this summer. To make reservations, visit the Manitoba Parks Reservation System.
Header Photo: Prairie Firehouse We Manitobans know a thing or two about patio season. But some people might incorrectly assume that our favourite summertime hangouts can only be found within Winnipeg's city limits. That, my friends, is just plain WRONG! There are a number of spots around the province where you can sit back, bask in the warmth of the sun on your face, while enjoying your favourite ice-cold brew, pitcher of fruity sangria, or one of those cute cocktails with a paper umbrella floating on top! Here are a few options where you can wet your whistle this summer:
Getaways are the stuff that Manitoba summers are made of, especially when you’ve got kids, a short season, and two months of vacation, which require on-point planning. If you’re constantly on the lookout for ways to make your time with your kids memorable and fun, fishing lodge retreats are a great
It seems like a world away, far removed from the bright lights of Winnipeg and Manitoba’s populated south. Thompson is one of those places you hear about in conversation with others who have lived there, or travelled for work, but it’s not one of those places in Manitoba many think about exploring for a vacation. That’s an unfortunate oversight and in all honesty, it’s an oversight that I too would have personally made had it been left up to me. But this city has such a rich history and an untouched landscape that rivals Whiteshell and Nopiming provincial parks in its natural beauty, yet still remains largely obscure to most Manitobans.
Photo de bannière : Emelita Walton Le Manitoba compte un nombre impressionnant de parcs provinciaux. Ces 90 parcs représentent un énorme territoire et beaucoup de lacs à visiter. Notre concours sur les parcs provinciaux a démontré que, malgré le grand nombre de nos parcs, chacun possède des
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
Who knows winter better than Manitoba’s northern communities? The answer is no one – so it’s not a surprise that these towns and cities have some of the best outdoor activities winter has to offer: from ice fishing, to snowmobile trips to kicking back and watching the northern lights show.
Manitoba is known for its friendly people. But if you’re looking for someone to be more than just a friend, here are some Manitoba events and attractions where love is in the air. Maple taffy tryst Source You and some pals are experiencing the joie de vivre of the Festival du Voyageur. You venture