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Luxury Manitoba Holidays

Travel to a region of beautiful scenery, incredible wildlife, and cosmopolitan cities.

Guide to Luxury Holidays in Manitoba

With a landscape boasting scenic mountains, dense forests and glistening lakes, Manitoba's countryside delivers unparalleled beauty. Over 80 provincial parks protect much of this untouched wilderness, where you can participate in all kinds of outdoor pursuits such as canoeing, hiking, fishing, and biking. You’ll also find quaint luxury hotels dotted through this region offering first-class facilities. From the sub-Arctic coastline at Churchill on the west shores of Hudson Bay to vast farmland and flowering prairies, Manitoba's diverse topography is home to an abundance of incredible wildlife. While a lot depends on the season, there's ample opportunity to spot beluga whales, polar bears, elk, wolves, muskox, moose and various migratory birds. Even though there's little chance of growing tired of Manitoba's wide open spaces, its metropolitan areas promise just as much adventure and enjoyment. Winnipeg is bursting at the seams with historical attractions including some of Canada’s oldest museums and galleries as well as excellent art and culture scene.

Every season represents a different outdoor opportunity in Manitoba. Visit during winter for a true Arctic experience complete with polar bear sightings and calm starry nights with the possibility of witnessing the Northern Lights. Summer is entirely different with warm sunny days playing host to events such as the Winnipeg Fringe and folk festivals as well as more quirky occasions like the Morris Stampede and Boissevain Turtle Derby. July or August is the best time for hiking, canoeing, or fishing in the wilderness.
British citizens don’t usually need a visa to visit Canada, but you’ll need to get an Electronic Travel Authorisation before you travel. Visit GOV.UK to find out more.
With its diverse range of cuisine and fine dining establishments, Winnipeg is the gastronomy jewel in Manitoba's crown. Regardless of whether you want traditional African cuisine or classic Canadian with a modern twist, it’s all on offer here. The Exchange District, Saint Boniface, Osborne Village and Corydon Ave neighbourhoods are home to some of Winnipeg's best restaurants. If you're staying in Churchill, look out for local game like elk, bison, and Arctic char a cross between salmon and trout.

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