Manitoba is a province located in the very heart of Canada, often referred to as the “land of 100,000 lakes.” With its green environment promoting and preserving wildlife.
Would you like to hitch a ride with bears or share bridges with them? daring right? Well i will admit i exaggerated a little bit about the ride but yes you can be sure sighting bears is common in Manitoba, so do not be alarmed when you see one.
Because of Manitoba great conservatory zeal, Manitoba is home to thousands of polar bears and friendly Beluga whales who find Manitoba beautiful enough to dwell in. With beautiful scenery adorning the landscape. There is no dearth of reason why you should visit the Manitoba.
Pekwachnamaykoskwaskwaypinwanik Lake. ‘Yeah you read right’ try pronouncing the longest Canadian place name without twisting your tongue. Pekwachnamaykoskwaskwaypinwanik which means “where the wild trout are caught by fishing with hook” sits close to the Ontario border.
These Weird But factual Scenes In Manitoba Would Make You Fall In Love
The Northern Light
This spectacular view which is visible from open area, but for better view Churchill is among the top 3 spots to view this aerial magnificence. The best time to view this beautiful gaseous collision is around January to March, this view attracts thousands of tourist yearly to Manitoba. It is a sight indeed to behold.
World’s Longest Natural Frozen Skating Trail
Guinness officially recognized the frozen Red and Assiniboine Rivers as the longest natural frozen skating train. The full 7.5 km skating trail is a beautiful sight to behold. Sounds strange right? Winnipeg is home to the longest skating rail in the world.
Share Pint With Polar Bears In The Wild
Yearly thousands of polar bear journey to Hudson Bay to relax and spend winter. If the sight of polar bear dazzles you,then you should plan on visiting Churchill Manitoba during October and November, this is arguably the best viewing time of the year. You can swim with a beluga whale if you are not scared of the water. Manitoba provides natural habitat for the beautiful creatures. More than 50% of polar bears in the world are in Manitoba.
View The Great Ice Show
Talented Canadian artist and artisans globally, craft incredible and beautiful sculptures using ice for kids and adults too. This offers great time for family recreation. If you like the art of ice, then Manitoba welcomes you.
Manitoba Houses The Famous Museum For Human Rights
The world first museum that caters for celebration and evolution of human rights is in Winnipeg Manitoba. Freedom of Expression in Latin America, Points of View, and Truth and Reconciliation are currently in display at the museum.
Let The Lakes Thrill You
By now you know Manitoba is often referred to as the the home of 100,000 lakes.
Falcon Lake, Little Limestone Lake, and Birds Hill Beach, Clearwater Lake, Lake Manitoba are some of the famous and incredible lakes to visit, but a tour to the home of lakes without visiting the Pekwachnamaykoskwaskwaypinwanik Lake is incomplete.
Yeah you read right, this tongue twisting 31 long letters is the longest Canadian name place. translated as “where the wild trout are caught by fishing with hooks.”
This beautiful lake is located in northeastern Manitoba.