Manitoba sits at the heart of Canada. Situated between the provinces of Ontario and Saskatchewan, Manitoba has been made famous as the polar bear capital of the world.
Although the world’s largest land predator can be found in abundance in the provinces northern town of Churchill, there is much more to explore in Manitoba’s more southerly reaches as well.
In the capital of Winnipeg you’ll discover world-class museums such as the Museum for Human Rights. You’ll also be able to learn about central Canada’s unique Indigenous nations such as the Metis, the Cree, Ojibway, Dakota, and Dene.
Paddle the magical lakes of Riding Mountain National Park, explore the Icelandic culture of Gimli, or swim along the sandy beaches of Lake Winnipeg as you explore this incredible province.