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Steeped in history and rich with Aboriginal culture, where wide open prairie meets vibrant cities, Saskatchewan and Alberta, are the pulse of the…

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The Canadian Prairies is a large region in Canada that includes the three Provinces, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba and spans from the Tundra through the Canadian Bread Basket. It is a region of great natural beauty, historic importance and adventure. A tour to any and all of these provinces is sure to impart of the visitor the splendor of the heartland as they will be able to experience different ecosystems, a variety of first nations cultures as well and the charms of the some the great cities of Canada. These provinces offer experiences that are sure to broaden perspectives of any visitor.


Alberta
Alberta is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places on earth, as vast as it is varied in landscape and experiences. Filled with unique activities, urban charms and cultural jewels. Along the province’s southern rolling foothills, visitors can discover the rich culture of First Nations communities. To the east, the red-hued Canadian Badlands where dinosaur adventures abound. This province is more than just a place to visit; it is a place to truly experience. Alberta is a four-season destination, where cities and alpine towns welcome visitors like locals alike and encourage them to explore. Hike, canoe, discover river walkways in the cities, dine on summer patios and view incredible wildlife in the summer. Explore the province’s winter landscapes and marvel at the glowing northern lights.
Alberta journeys are measured by the moments that take your breath away. Savour those moments as you learn more about Alberta’s breathtaking landscapes by joining a tour featuring this province.


Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan is one big, beautiful place. Land and sky are ever-present influences. Nature is always in your backyard. Overhead, dramatic “Living Skies” command attention. Sunsets reveal colours rarely seen. Brilliant sunshine prolongs summer days and warms the chill of winter. Night skies (some of the darkest in North America) showcase the infinite wonders of the cosmos. The hospitality here is second-to-none. Visitors are immediately made to feel like part of the community, like a member of the family. No matter what part of Saskatchewan you choose to explore, no matter how long you decide to stay, the essence of this place will make a memorable impression.
A four-season destination, Saskatchewan offers an impressive range of travel offerings and experiences, from thrilling outdoor recreation and adventure to peaceful, relaxing getaways; from exploring nature to enjoying lively urban hotspots. A vibrant artistic and cultural landscape, colourful festivals and a delicious culinary scene provide unforgettable travel memories.


Manitoba
There is no experience quite like Manitoba. There is nothing like feeling your heart race as a polar bear strides silently mere metre away. Nowhere else holds the absolute calm of Manitoba’s many fly-in fishing lodges. Nothing thrills like immersing yourself in the different worlds that Winnipeg, our capital city has to offer. Here, our many cultures are ready to welcome you. Canada’s heart beats here. Let yours beat with it.
Visit our north, where polar bears and beluga whales gather in incredible numbers. Venture south, where rural towns mix rich history with the modern day. Or land in Winnipeg and take part in the city’s cultural festivals that fill the year with adventures.


Top Things to See and Do:
-Onboard a segway, explore Edmonton with River Valley Segway Tours.
-Celebrate the festivities of the Calgary Stampede – Onto the next 100 years!
-Trail ride in the beauty of Waterton Lakes National Park
-Discover sacred ground at Head-Smashed-In-Buffalo Jump
-Experience Alberta’s 75-million-year-old history in Drumheller
-Parks – Saskatchewan has two national, 35 provincial and 80 regional parks, with more than 400 campgrounds throughout the province.
-World-class fishing – Saskatchewan’s nearly 100,000 lakes offer limitless angling adventures and an abundance of trophy-sized catches.
-Paddle the Churchill River – For avid canoeists and kayakers, Saskatchewan ranks among the top great adventure destinations.
-Wildlife up close – A trek through Prince Albert National Park takes you into Plains bison country. Be on the lookout for elk, moose, deer, wolves, bear and the countless species that inhabit this beautiful transition eco-region.
-Golf – Saskatchewan boasts nearly 300 golf courses, more per capita than anywhere else in the world.
-Stargazing – Canada’s largest dark sky preserve is in southwest Saskatchewan. In the north, brilliant Aurora
-Borealis commonly animates the night sky.
-Western adventures – Blaze your own trail as you experience the traditional cowboy lifestyle first-hand at working guest ranches.
-Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) history – Retrace the origins of Canada’s iconic force at the RCMP
-Heritage Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan’s capital.
-Rejuvenating water – Little Manitou Lake’s mineral-rich water has therapeutic qualities and remarkable buoyancy. You simply cannot sink!
-Culinary pleasures – Saskatchewan’s culinary scene stretches from city to town to village where imaginative chefs and restaurateurs are inspired by locally grown fare.
-Swim with thousands of beluga whales in- Churchill (July-August)
-Stare into the eyes of a polar bear in-Churchill (October-November)
-Canada’s newest National Museum – The Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg
-Experience Winnipeg, a multi-cultural oasis
-Fish for monster cat Fish in-Lockport
-Walk amongst the bison of Riding Mountain National Park
-Hike the Canadian Shield in Whiteshell Provincial Park
-Endless yellow fields of canola throughout the Interlake region (July-September)
-A dancing sky of aurora borealis-Churchill (February-March)
-Skating on the world’s longest ice rink (January- March)


Travel Tips:
When planning a trip to the Canadian Prairies, pack sunglasses, layers, and a camera and be prepared to enjoy every minute. The Prairies is home to youthfully spirited adventurers and welcomes every visitor with genuine warmth and hospitality. The region is inspiring and enriching experiences from prairie to tundra adventure and nature is around every corner that will create a lifetime of memories

 

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