Manitoba hit the top 10 best places to visit in 2019

Manitoba hit the top 10 best places to visit in 2019

Manitoba became one of the 10 places to visit in 2019 as one of the world's most famous travel guides says.

It takes the 8th place on this list.

Travel Manitoba's president, Colin Ferguson, stated that he is very pleased with this event and at the same time he is very excited that such a popular travel guide recommends Manitoba for travelling in 2019. Thanks to this event, not only local residents but also a lot of people from other countries in the world will be able to see all the stunning and picturesque places in this province.

Ben Buckner, the destination editor of Lonely Planet Canada, commented on the situation as well and told that Manitoba probably remains one of those provinces that few people know about, and only a small number of them know how beautiful and interesting this place is for visiting.

The two most attractive moments for tourists in Manitoba are the presence of a large number of northern bears and the opportunity to see the northern lights.

Manitoba is the geographic center of the country, and its capital, Winnipeg, is a combination of people from different countries and with different cultural and national values. More than 25% of its population is not Canadians. These people came to live in Winnipeg from India, Nigeria and the Philippines.

The North of the province is interesting precisely for its nature and the presence of northern bears. Besides this, there is a whale study site.

Here people can take a helicopter tour, or go on an unforgettable journey through the local safari and become a little closer to nature.

The list includes the following countries:

Piedmon, Italy

The Catskills, USA

Northern Peru

The Red Centre, Australia

Scotland’s Highlands

Russian Far East

Gujarat, India

Manitoba, Canada

Normandy, France

Elqui Valley, Chile

Provincial authorities and local residents are very excited about this news and invite all people who want to look at their province to come.

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