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Tours in Manitoba starting from $6,751

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About Manitoba Tours

Manitoba basks in more than 2,300 hours of bright sunshine each year.

Churchill is known as the “Polar Bear Capital of the World.”

Winnipeg is the Slurpee capital of the world, with an estimated consumption of 400,000 Slurpees per month.

Winnie the Pooh was named after the city of Winnipeg by a Canadian lieutenant named Harry Colebourn of the Fort Garry Horse.

Winnipeg’s Union Station was designed by the same architects responsible for New York’s Grand Central Station.

Terry Fox, a Canadian athlete and cancer research activist, was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Why go on a Manitoba tour?

Nestled in the heart of Canada, Manitoba is a province with amazing wildlife and vibrant communities just waiting to be explored. Whether you are looking for some outdoor adventure, romance, culture or family fun, you will find it all in this grandiose province. Start your expedition in Churchill and track polar bears in specially modified tundra vehicles. Spend the night here and perhaps get the chance to see the beautifully haunting Aurora Borealis. After an inspiring night, why not venture into Winnipeg? Winnipeg’s arts and cultural communities are well-known across Canada. From various food and music festivals – the city bustles with diverse, creative minds. Then travel south on Highway 10 through beautiful Riding Mountain National Park. Stroll along the area and enjoy a vast array of opportunities for relaxation, laughter, discovery, and fun.

When is the best time to go?

Over the course of a year, the temperature in Manitoba typically varies from -19C to 27C and is rarely below -27C or above 31C. Generally, the warm season lasts from May 24 to September 30 with an average daily high temperature above 19C. The cold season hovers between November 26 and March 6 with an average daily high of -3C. Be sure to consider this when planning your upcoming Manitoba tour.

To learn more about Manitoba tours, we invite you to speak with a travel agent who’s been there before! They can help you find the best priced suitable for your getaway.