Manitoba has a lot of water. Like a lot. There are over 100,000 lakes and waterways in this province. What better way to enjoy all this watery goodness than from a boat? Here is a variety of options to get you on a boat this summer.
What ever happened to adventure? You know, packing a bag and seeing where the open road takes you? It's time to step out of your city-limit comfort zone and explore more of our stunning province! How many of these activities can you tick off this year? Here are 10 more fantastic things to do that are NOT in Winnipeg...
Photos by Dan Harper Can’t get enough outdoor adventure? Always looking for that next thrill? If you’re enthused by the idea of going off the beaten path and being one of few to experience rare travel destinations, it’s time to tune into one of Manitoba’s hidden gems: Nelson River and the historic
Vous adorez partir à l’aventure en plein air? Vous aimez les sensations fortes? Si vous avez envie de sortir des sentiers battus et de partir à la découverte d’une destination peu fréquentée, il est temps pour vous d’explorer des trésors cachés du Manitoba : le fleuve Nelson et le poste de traite
Header photo by Gage Fletcher Thinking about a once-in-a-lifetime vacation that takes you off the beaten path? Point your compass north to explore some of Manitoba’s greatest northern destinations. A flight with Calm Air means you can spend less time travelling and more time exploring these gems.
Greetings, friends. Welcome to the Great White North, where paradise is not considered a tropical island loaded with loud people (can you say overrated?). Instead, it is a place where the land is so remote and quiet you could hear an owl’s feather drop. From wolves howling off in the distance to the
Introducing “Why our heart beats for Manitoba,” a new series where we feature some of our friendly staff’s favourite stories and travel adventures. For the first edition, Cathy takes us to the edge of the arctic while Brett shows off his love for the Whiteshell, Breanne rediscovers nature in the
There are 57 National Historic Sites and over 140 Provincial Heritage Sites in Manitoba. While each has its own important story worth discovering, here are eight sites to explore. 1. Dalnavert Museum This beautiful example of the Queen Anne Revival style was the home of Hugh Jon Macdonald, the 8 th
A couple of years ago, our friend BCRobyn, went on a wild river tour with Nelson River Adventures to learn about Canada’s fur trade history, encounter wildlife in amazing proximity and experience the breathtaking beauty of northern Manitoba’s tundra horizons and boreal forest canopies. Here is her