Welcome to Saskatchewan
To paraphrase an old line, there are no boring parts of Saskatchewan, just boring visitors. Yes, the terrain lacks drama, there's not a lot of people here, the two major towns define the vaguely complimentary 'nice,' and so on. But that simply means that the savvy visitor can dig deep to discover the province's inherent appeal.Start with all that flat: those rippling oceans of grain have a mesmerizing poetry to... Read More
Top experiences in Saskatchewan
Montreal Historic Discoverers Cruise
Explore 22 miles (35 km) of the historic St Lawrence River including the Jacques-Cartier Bridge, the shoreline and the islands of Boucherville. Aboard your boat, the AML Cavalier Maxim, take advantage of the sunny terraces and relax while admiring the city, or enjoy the panoramic views from the glassed-in dining room. You'll see the city from a completely new angle.The snack bar on board offers food and drinks including sandwiches, salads, cookies, muffins and juice to enjoy on one of the sunny decks. Or you can liven up the party with a refreshing Captain's cocktail! All food and drink purchases are at your own expense.
5-Night Churchill Tour and Polar Bear Adventure from Winnipeg
After booking, you’ll receive a detailed itinerary from the local tour operator that lists specifics like what restaurants have been reserved for your tour, which hotel in Churchill is included and what to pack. Accommodation:The first and last night of the tour are spent at the Four Points by Sheraton Winnipeg International Airport. The three nights in Churchill are spent at one of the town’s small, comfortable inns. The inns vary by tour, but you can expect to stay at one of the following (all are in walking distance of each other): the Tundra Inn, Aurora Inn, Iceberg Inn or Polar Inn.Dining:Most of the breakfasts, lunches and dinners are enjoyed at a variety of local Churchill restaurants, which vary by tour. You'll also have two picnic-style lunches on board the Tundra Buggy, as well as one dinner while you fly. Please see the Itinerary section below for details on each day of the tour.
Canadian Rockies Epic Summit and Icefield Helicopter Tour
You'll launch from the exclusive Icefields base and fly at 100mph over the spectacular Wilson Icefield. Then soar over an impressive 10,000 ft pass (3200m). You'll also fly by the Cline, Lion and Lioness glaciers for remarkable views of this natural wonder. Finally you'll view a spectacular 900 ft waterfall flowing from two aqua green lakes.The Icefields Adventure Base is just 25 minutes off the spectacular Icefields Parkway at Saskatchewan Crossing. Off the beaten track and deeper into the Rockies, the Base is 3 hours from Calgary, 70 minutes from the Columbia Icefields, 1.5 hours from Lake Louise, and 2.5 hours from Jasper. An incredible tour with epic views awaits for you!This tour is available in English only. Please come appropriately dressed for the weather with good walking/hiking shoes, a light jacket and a hat.
The Complete Columbia Icefield Helicopter Tour
This extensive 55-minute helicopter tour includes the best of the Canadian Rockies and takes you to incredible heights! This exclusive and amazing helicopter tour is sure to leave you speechless. You will launch from the Icefields base and soar over the massive field of ancient ice that covers 125s.m (325 sq.km) with solid ice up to 1200 ft (365 m), making it the largest body of ice in the Rocky Mountains. You'll view spectacular glaciers, aqua green lakes, and amazing waterfalls. This tour will have you soaring at an impressive altitude of 12, 500 ft (4000 m), and you'll never forget the raw, untouched beauty you'll discover. The Icefields Adventure Base is just 25 minutes off the spectacular Icefields Parkway at Saskatchewan Crossing. Off the beaten track and deeper into the Rockies, the Base is 3 hours from Calgary, 70 minutes from the Columbia Icefields, 1.5 hours from Lake Louise, and 2.5 hours from Jasper. An incredible tour with epic views awaits for you!This tour is available in the English language only. Please come appropriately dressed for the weather with good walking/hiking shoes, a light jacket and a hat.