Some popular destinations in Manitoba include...
Winnipeg is the capital city of the Province of Manitoba. Winnipeg
is a friendly, vibrant city with all the conveniences of a modern bustling city,
yet is safe and very easy to get around. With its seemingly endless blue skies
and dramatic sunsets, Winnipeg offers something for everyone.
Winnipeg is home to the largest francophone community in Western Canada. From
the world renowned Festival du Voyageur, to Winnipeg's French Quarter, you can
experience and enjoy Winnipeg's French flavour.
Churchill is located on the Hudson Bay, in Northern Manitoba, and is Canada's
polar bear capital. Late fall is the best time to see these beautiful creatures
and special vehicles take visitors out on the tundra to see the bears hunting
before the onset of winter.
In summer, from mid-June through August, it's Beluga whale season, when thousands
of whales head to Churchill to have their young.
Situated in southwestern Manitoba, the City of Brandon
is home to approximately 43,000 residents, making it the second largest city
in Manitoba. There are various parks located throughout the city, as well as
the Assiniboine River that winds its way through Brandon. The city offers a
wide variety of indoor and outdoor recreational activities.
Grand Beach is located approximately 80 km
northeast of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It has a 3 km beach of fine white sand,
considered one of the best beaches in the world. The beach is located within
the Grand Beach Provincial Park, along the east shore of Lake Winnipeg - North
America's sixth largest freshwater lake.
Thompson is the largest city in northern Manitoba. Some attractions in Thompson
include the Thompson Zoo, Paint Lake Provincial Park, Inco Mining Tours and
the Heritage North Museum. Mystery Mountain Winter Park overlooks Mystery Lake
and is ideal for downhill skiing, cross-country skiing and snowboarding.
Other important cities and towns in Manitoba include Brandon, Thompson, Dauphin,
Swan River, Churchill, The Pas, Selkirk, Portage
la Prairie, Gimli, Flin Flon, Steinbach, Morden and Winkler.