The Canadian wilderness is home to some of the world’s most incredible wildlife. In a day, you can witness grizzlies fishing for salmon, come face to face with a majestic moose and watch a breaching humpback whale off the coast. For wildlife photographers, the dramatic landscapes of Canada provide the ultimate setting whilst nature lovers are bound to be blown away by the diverse flora and fauna that awaits around every corner.
Canada’s landscapes are primed for a hiking adventure and its many thousands of trails are fit for any age and ability. Whether it be heli-hiking in the mountains, or a gentle stroll around one of its many alpine lakes, no matter your fitness or walking preferences, there is bound to be something that appeals to everyone.
Canada’s formidable scenery is primed for discovery on four wheels. Roads skirt majestic mountain passes, shimmering blue lakes and endless wilderness making for a journey you and your loved ones will never forget. Whether its that of a sparkling ocean, a lush pine forest, a thundering waterfall, a craggy peak or a gurgling stream, there is a postcard perfect view awaiting at every turn in the road.
The soaring mountains and thick forests of inland British Columbia are a thrilling wilderness where hikers roam through flower-filled meadows and grizzly bears fish for salmon, but venturing to the coast provides just as much fun and adventure. Our specialists have handpicked their favourite ways to spend their days in Coastal BC.
A pristine wilderness on a scale difficult to imagine, Canada’s glaciated Rocky Mountains are a true adventure playground with a huge range of activities on offer. From hiking to horse-riding and of course wildlife spotting, there is no end of things to do. Here’s our lowdown on the top ten ways to spend your days in this grand region, which spans the provinces of Alberta and British Columbia...
Inn at the Forks
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Best for: Culture History, Off the beaten track
A boutique property located in the heart of Winnipeg, a perfect location for sight-seeing and experiencing this eclectic city.
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At the centre of Winnipeg, where the Assiniboine River meets the Red River, lies The Forks - one of Canada's top tourist destinations. History, culture, authentic shops and local food connect to the natural prairie lands that inspire a reinvented luxury boutique hotel experience in Winnipeg. The Inn at the Forks is inviting, upscale and impressive. Artistic ambience flows through every part of the hotel from the rustic Canadiana dining experience at SMITH, to the natural warmth of Riverstone Spa, and the luxurious custom design of the refined guestrooms and suites.
All Guest Rooms are refined in style and offer the perfect relaxation and comfort. Signature custom blown glass vanities are the feature of the bathroom, along with exclusive locally-made Riverstone Spa amenities. They all include a mini-fridge with beer, wine and snacks for purchase, complimentary filtered water service, and the best views in Winnipeg.
When to go
The province of Manitoba has very distinct seasons which fall hand in hand with the wildlife seasons. Winnipeg has a continental climate with four seasons dividing up the calendar year. Winter temperatures and easily dip below freezing and reach -12°c whereas summer months can warm to 26°c. Due to its northly location summer days experience long daylight hours of up to 16 hours, in the winter daylight hours can shorten to 8 hours.
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Holiday ideas including a stay in this property
With 60,000 Beluga Whales filling the Hudson Bay and Polar Bears leaving the melting sea ice, summer is an amazing time to visit Churchill! Spend the long summer days experiencing the very best wildlife-watching and cultural activities on this 6-night northern Manitoba adventure.
Prepare to be wowed! You will spend two full days on the tundra, tracking along the coastline in our touring-permit zone of the Churchill Wildlife Management Area.