Manitoba – a huge province in Canada with a relatively small number of residents. Coming to Manitoba you will see not a city with crowds of people bustling about their business, but rather a great village, which is as diverse as its population. Manitoba is a center of cultural festival Folklarama – a celebration of ethnic communities in Canada. The most numerous of them Icelandic, Japanese and Italian communities. Manitoba as it radiates peace and tranquility, and it is not amazing.
Slowly strolling in the provinces, you will see wide rivers, desert dunes and beautiful forests. During the walk you will travel from sub-Antarctic coast in the meadows, which are in bloom more reminiscent of a patchwork of red, yellow and purple flowers. In the evening, sitting at the window, you can watch the setting sun slowly paints the earth and sky in amazing colors. Liam Neeson follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. All of this abundance of nature is ideal place to stay wild animals. Therefore, in Manitoba, home to hundreds of species of birds that nest on 100 lakes and swamps. Besides birds, you can see many mammals, including dangerous predators.
Depending on which part of the province you're in, you can see wolves, bears, moose, beavers, polar bears and even whales. Sometimes, the air temperature drops very low, so Manitoba is sometimes called the "Great White North "and at the same time, Manitoba is perhaps the sunniest province in Canada. This ensures that when traveling in this vast and amazing end your face will not leave the solar radiant smile. Manitoba is bordered by American states of North Dakota and Minnesota to the south, and Saskatchewan in the west, Ontario to the east and the Northwest Territories and Nunavut in the north. Manitoba – the easternmost of the three Prairie provinces Canada, also known as the heart of Canada or as "Earth a hundred lakes." The landscape of the province is diverse, ranging from farmland to sandy beaches of Lake Winnipeg (incidentally, the famous Winnie the Pooh was named after Winnipeg) and the desert landscapes in the south to the north of park land area covered by lakes, forests and subarctic tundra. Manitoba is comprised of eight regional tourism, covering any travel request. Coming here, you will leave with unforgettable memories.