Canada Travel Guide - Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Travel Guide
Known as the Land of the Living Skies, this broad province of incredible ranges, deep lakes, muddy flat lands, rich culture, cowboys, and modern man’s most welcoming creature comforts, Saskatchewan steels the show when it comes the country’s central agriculture resources and the freedoms of wide open spaces. Exploration by air and travel through the communities by road leads visitors to experience markets, rodeos, the true open range, and dizzying never-ending skies that score deep sunsets, which will forever make your visit here memorable. The forest lined lakes are welcoming to canoeing, kayaking, and angling in late-spring through summer. Yet they become side line spectators during the frozen winter months entertained by outdoor skating and meandering Nordic ski trails. The festivals and harvest times are celebrated summer through fall around the province and roadside cornfield mazes are traditions of the local down-home family fun. Resort destinations for golf and spa getaways top off the list of special treatments you’ll find combined with all the fine dinning, home cooked menus, or campgrounds you wish to experience during your vacation in Saskatchewan’s boundless terrain. Give your senses a rush while giving yourself all the room in the world to relax.