Canada - Manitoba (Chapter)
This is the Manitoba chapter from Lonely Planet’s Canada guidebook.
The two prominent stars of Manitoba are Winnipeg, with its big-city sophistication, and Churchill, with its profusion of natural wonders. But it’s what lies between that truly defines this often misunderstood prairie province. Open spaces seem to stretch forever.
- revel in polar bears, beluga whales and even an ancient fort in the subarctic city of Churchill
- hike and paddle Manitoba’s best natural setting at Riding Mountain National Park
- delve deep into Canada’s past in the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, a museum that combines interactive exhibits with cutting-edge architecture
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Winnipeg & Around, Lower Fort Garry, Oak Hammock Marsh, Lake Winnipeg, Gimli, Hecla/Grindstone Provincial Park, Southeastern Manitoba, Whiteshell Provincial Park, Western Manitoba, Brandon, Riding Mountain National Park, Northern Manitoba, The Pas, Thompson and Churchill.
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