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This site explores tourism in Manitoba. You can find all the resources you need here for more information on self-guided tours, hiking trails, events, festivals, and finding suitable accommodation for your stay.

Tourism Industry – travelmanitoba.com

This site tells you all you need to know about the tourism industry in Manitoba, Canada. Readers will find information about events, presentations, and other industry resources as they browse the site. The website is also equipped with a trip planner for travelers passing through.

Sustainable Tourism – mloa.com

The Manitoba Lodges and Outfitters Association (MLOA) focuses on sustainable tourism in the province. If you are planning on taking a self-guided tour through the province, it may be beneficial to have a look at the protected areas and biodiversity that is protected under Canada’s laws.

Manitoba Tourism Education Council – mtec.ca

This reputable site will give readers greater insight into Manitoba’s tourism industry. It provides interested parties with courses and training in the field of tourism. If you would like to learn more about tourism in this part of the world, you can opt-in for a short course online.

Tourism Winnipeg – tourismwinnipeg.com

Winnipeg is among the most popular tourist attractions in Canada. It is Manitoba’s largest city and the seventh-largest city in Canada. The city also represents about 54.9% of the population of Manitoba.

Having a quick browse through this site will inform you about numerous cultural events and activities that take place here annually.

Tourism Industry Association of Canada (TIAC) – tiac-aitc.ca

This site is an informative resource for articles about the tourism industry in Canada. It encourages the development of tourism in Canada and takes action to encourage the growth of the industry. Tourists can find useful resources and programs concerning the tourism industry on this site.

You can subscribe to learn more about the tourism industry in Canada. If you visit the province of Manitoba frequently, tell us more about your travels!