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Saskatchewan is commonly referred to the “Land of the Living Skies” for its unforgettable cloud formations, sunrises and sunsets. It’s also known for its rich forests, shimmering lakes, canyons and river rapids and for its rich cultures and down-to-earth people. Famous attractions include the RCMP Museum in Regina and the Wanuskewin Heritage Park just outside of Saskatoon. With over 100,000 lakes, Saskatchewan has an undeniable appeal for anglers from all over the world who try their hand at snagging the local fishing trophies. Whether visiting The Grasslands National Park of Canada, canoeing, kayaking, or getting away for a relaxing time in the remote and pristine wilderness, great adventures await you in this province.

Hotels in Saskatchewan


On average hotels in Saskatchewan are very reasonably priced, but slightly more expensive than hotels in Manitoba. You can take a look at Saskatchewan hotel deals in Regina; the Quality Hotel or the Comfort Inn offer various pocket-friendly prices. Other cheap Saskatchewan hotels can be found in Swift Current at Best Western Inn. Saskatchewan hotels in Saskatoon are moderately priced but good value for their money, like the Sandman hotel which boasts an indoor pool and a well-equipped gym.

Things to see in Saskatchewan


Regina is Saskatchewan’s capital city and home to the Provincial Legislative Building, which was constructed using 34 types of marble shipped in from various parts of the world. This building hosts unique galleries that are worth a stroll. While in Regina, don’t forget to watch as recruits train in Regina’s Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Training Depot and Centennial Museum. If you’re looking for something more adventurous, you can drive to the city of Moose Jaw, just west of Regina and visit its infamous underground tunnels, rumoured to have been Al Capone’s hideout during the prohibition and used for smuggling alcohol. If visiting Saskatchewan in the summer, take a dip in the small saltwater lake formed by receding glaciers called Little Manitou Lake, located south-east of Saskatoon in south central Saskatchewan.

Where to stay in Saskatchewan


Saskatchewan has you covered whatever your preference, whether you need a great place to park your RV or camper, a scenic, quiet place to pitch your tent or the various locations for rustic cabins or cosy cottages. For family-friendly, nature-based vacations visit many of Saskatchewan’s national and provincial parks such as Prince Albert National Park, Wanuskewin Heritage Park, Katepwa Point, Echo Valley and many more. Stressed-out urbanites can head to the hot indoor and outdoor mineral pools at Moose Jaw’s Temple Gardens Mineral Spa and Resort or Manitou Springs Mineral Spa in Manitou Beach.

How to get to Saskatchewan


From Toronto, you can travel to Saskatoon by train using Via Rail or take a Greyhound bus. Domestic flights are not cheap, but both WestJet and Air Canada fly direct from Toronto International Airport to Regina International Airport. If you’re driving from Toronto, take the Trans-Canada Highway which leads you directly to Regina. From the USA, the most direct route for border crossing into Saskatchewan, take the 52 Freeway to the 47 Hwy and then the 33 Hwy to Regina. There are a number of direct flights from the USA to Regina, mainly from Minneapolis, Phoenix and Las Vegas, other flights have layovers in Toronto depending on which State you are travelling from.

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