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About Manitoba

Manitoba – unique experiences


This Canadian province is a wonderland - polar bears, beluga whales, dreamy lakes, urban culture and mystic legends promise to surprise at every corner.


Sandy beaches, boreal forests, lakeside resorts are what draw people to the Interlake region. Here, nature and history lovers have access to many interesting possibilities like aboriginal historical sites and snake dens.


Parkland region is a natural paradise of woodlands, lakes, rushing rivers, black bears and moose - the perfect setting for adventurers and wildlife enthusiasts.


The largest region, North of 53 is Manitoba’s natural wonder - home to polar bears, beluga whales, wolves and many birds species. Besides admiring these animals and the Northern Lights, you can also go fishing, hiking and visit historical museums in cities like Churchill and Thompson.


The Eastern region is the place to enjoy camping, fishing, hiking or exploring historical sites. The Western region is great for exploring forests and prairies either by foot or bike and for losing track of time in its friendly and charming towns.


For history buffs and legend hunters there is Pembina Valley Central Plains region. Here you can dig for ancient fossils, explore the delta and stroll the villages in search of local fairs.


The urban scenery of Manitoba is unique as well. Winnipeg – the state capital – is a cultural oasis, full of exciting possibilities, Thompson is the city of wolves and Brandon is full of lovely arhitecture, festivals and museums.


If you get the Manitoba fever, travelling there on academic purposes is an option. Their educational system and institutions are multicultural and welcoming, offer modern facilities, professional teachers and affordable programs. The most well ranked universities are University of Manitoba, University of Winnipeg and Brandon University and the study programs vary from business administration to fine arts and science.

There is one baseball venue in Manitoba :

There is one football stadium in Manitoba :

There is one ice hockey venue in Manitoba :

There is one basketball arena in Manitoba :