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Sandwiched between North Dakota and Nunavut, Manitoba has never been the busiest chunk of tourism real estate in North America. To independent travellers, this is a good thing: Canada’s undiscovered province offers uncrowded beaches, innumerable lakes and unlikely cultural attractions, especially in the gritty/cool capital, Winnipeg.
A Daytripper’s Guide to Manitoba is the only comprehensive travel handbook to the province – and an indispensable tool for visitors from abroad, Canadians passing through and Manitobans who want to get to know their own backyard.
This fourth edition is packed with new attractions such as Winnipeg’s Inuit Art Gallery and cool new accommodations from Wasagaming to Winnipeg Beach. And since you’ve been cooped up a little more than usual as of late, this new edition has even more information about hiking, paddling and camping.
Get the straight goods on cities, towns and natural attractions in every corner of the province and northwestern Ontario, compiled by one of Manitoba’s most tenacious independent travellers, journalist Bartley Kives.
Stuff your face with a fat boy, Winnipeg’s famous burger.
Eyeball turn-of-the-last-century architecture.
Commune with nature in wild areas that still feel wild.
And forget what you think you know about the Canadian prairies – the only thing flat about Manitoba is the Trans-Canada Highway.
Listen to this recent CBC interview with Bartley Kives.