The vast land stretch between British Columbia and Ontario comprises an area known as the Canadian Prairies, a 2,000 km valley of plains, forests, and farmland. It is divided into three provinces — Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan. They constitute Canada’s great wheat-producing region and are a major source of petroleum, potash, and natural gas. Discover the land of adventures when you explore Canada’s open spaces across the prairies. Come for a day trip or look at unique itineraries and book a vacation worth remembering.
Explore Canadian Prairies
You can see all the beautiful scenery of the Rocky Mountains from movies; from early 19th-century Marilyn Monroe in “River of No Return” to the Oscar’s Best Director Ang Lee shooting “Brokeback Mountain,” even Oscar winner for best actor Leonardo DiCaprio film “The Revenant”; the background presents the views of the Rocky Mountains. The Canadian Rockies are an undisputed icon of Alberta; with stunning mountain peaks, lush alpine meadows, turquoise lakes, roaring waterfalls and diverse wildlife, here is your ultimate outdoor adventure spot, whatever from the murmuring of the running water in summer or the flying snowflakes in winter; you will find a breathless beauty moment.
Saskatchewan is a prairie province and proud of the homeland for Metis. If you are an outdoor activity enthusiast, there have more than 400 campgrounds throughout the region, and fishing is another popular activity, the colourful wide sky with over 100,000 lakes and rivers become the best freshwater fishing sport for all anglers; If you want to try hunting, the rolling prairie with dense forest and thousands of lakes from ducks to moose or bear, our highly professional guide will make your dream come true. If you are humanities and history lover, visit over 6000 years of Athabasca Sand Dunes; discover the history of Indigenous cultures in the Wanuskewin dig sites and explore the T-rex dinosaur bone fossil excavated near Eastend; another highlight to visit Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Training Center at Regina. Saskatchewan inspires you to experience a unique way of travel.
Manitoba its lakes and rivers, mountains, forests, and prairies stretch fusion into depth history, diverse communities, and four distinct seasons; Winnipeg was the economic and financial center of North America in the early 20th century, and many brilliant art buildings are still preserved today. Visit the Assiniboine Park zoo to immerse yourself in the famous story of “Winnie the Pooh”; walking into The Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) will take you on a journey through reflection, dialogue and uniquely Canadian lens, how the power of human rights will move you. Going to the north a thousand kilometres away, the world polar bear capital Churchill town only accessible by railroad or flight, explore their diverse wildlife, spectacular natural scenery and sharing the story of the 18th century Hudson’s Bay Company fur trade fortress. Travel to Manitoba, you won’t miss their rich history, culture and natural ecology.
Discover Canadian Prairies
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