Manitoba offers an ever changing terrain, from the southern agricultural pastures to the green forest and hills; further north lies the post Ice Age Canadian Shield surrounding Hudson Bay.
Wildlife of Manitoba
It is Churchill on the shores of Hudson Bay that, during the summer months, attracts birds and up to 57,000 beluga whales. Polar bears take up residence here in the autumn waiting for the winter sea ice to form so they can hunt for seals.
Other places of interest include Riding Mountain National Park, well-known as a black bear hotspot and the beaches of Lake Winnipeg. The provincial capital, Winnipeg, is also home to many cultural attractions and is known for its ethnic diversity.
Places to visit in Manitoba
Featuring heavily on our experiences of visiting Manitoba, these selected places are destinations that also prove consistently popular with our travelers. Our specialists can help you choose how to include them in your wider trip, based on your preferences.
Map of Manitoba
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Photos of Manitoba
Accommodation choices for Manitoba
We’ve selected a range of accommodation options for when you visit Manitoba. Our choices usually come recommended for their character, facilities and service or location. Our specialists always aim to suggest properties that match your preferences.
A city landmark, the Fort Garry Hotel was built in 1913 by the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway and retains much of its period charm and old-world atmosphere despite a modern makeover. Its central location makes it a convenient option for exploring the city.
The Lazy Bear Lodge offers one of the friendliest accommodations in Churchill, Manitoba. It features 33 handcrafted log cabin rooms all with two double beds.
Built on the shores of Hudson Bay, Seal River Heritage Lodge is home to some of the best whale and polar bear watching in the world.