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Eco-Adventure in Manitoba Province, Canada

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Polarbearr Just North of the United States' Dakotas, the Manitoba Province of Canada is unexpectedly quirky - with dozens of different festivals from summer to winter, diverse wildlife within reach, beautiful forests and rivers, and rich French culture. 

Adventure lovers can zipline through the Pembina Valley, while others navigate Winnipeg's urban mature elm tree forest. Visitors who wish to exist among the bears can sleep on a tundra train lodge in the white bear habitat as the northern lights stream across the sky. Or choose the Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge, where humans are essentially caged in, watching polar bears' activities.

Eco-adventurists are welcome at one of Falcon Trails' eco-cabins in Whiteshell Provincial Park, and can take a yoga-or bellydance-themed canoe trip through one of the area's four urban or boreal rivers.

And, finally, what Manitoba is famous for...incredible beluga whale-watching - but from early July to mid-August, you can even swim with them! Guided snorkeling adventures on the Churchill River or Hudson bay bring wildlife enthusiasts bell-to-belly with pods of belugas.

Visit RTM's Adventure Travel Section for more ideas like this.

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