What you need to know before traveling to Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan province in Canada was once known as the nation’s bread basket, due to its wheat growing industry. Today it has one of the Canada’s fastest growing tourism industries thanks to the wonderful combination of historical attractions, performing arts, parks and natural landscape. One of the first stops on a trip to the province should be the Qu'Appelle Valley, which has more than 100,000 freshwater lakes, which sounds unbelievable but is true. The Lakes district is a great getaway destination for camping, beaches, hiking, swimming, boating and other outdoor activities. Visitors to Saskatchewan can also experience one of the world’s most impressive natural phenomena the Northern Lights, which dance across the night skies, enchanting those lucky enough to behold them.

Canada is famous for its mounted police - affectionately known as the ‘mounties’. In Saskatchewan you can visit the country’s only training academy for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. The provincial capital of Regina is also the home of the Wascana Center, which is one of the world’s largest urban parks. Most of Saskatchewan’s population lives in the southern part of the province and other major cities include Prince Albert, Moose Jaw, Yorkton, Swift Current, and North Battleford. Saskatchewan is also well known for its many festivals, and events such as the Annual Royal Red Arabian Horse Show - an international competition featuring some of the best Arabians horses in the world - and the Mosaic Festival of Cultures in Regina. EasyToBook.com has some great deals on budget accommodation all throughout the province.


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