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DAY 1 | August 10 | Marshall, MN to Winnipeg, MB

Today, you’ll travel into Canada, arriving in Winnipeg this afternoon. After some leisure time at the hotel, enjoy your first evening at Folklorama, the world’s largest and longest-running multicultural festival. You’ll visit three different Pavilions tonight, each celebrating a different culture through spectacular entertainment and delicious cuisine.

DAY 2 | August 11 | Winnipeg, MB

Today your step-on guide joins you on the motor coach for a Guided Tour of Winnipeg. See sites such as the Manitoba Legislative Building, The Exchange District, Wellington Crescent, the Forks National Historic Site, and more. The tour also includes a guided tour of the St. Boniface Cathedral, the Mother Church of Western Canada since 1818 and a featured historical site of Manitoba. You’ll also tour Le Musée de Saint- Boniface Museum, the original Grey Nuns’ Convent. The final guided tour of the day is of Fort Gibraltar. Built at the confluence of the Red River and Assiniboine River in 1809, it served as a North West Company trading post and was instrumental in the development of this area.

DAY 3 | August 12 | Winnipeg, MB

Arriving at the renowned Assiniboine Park & Zoo Winnipeg, you’ll participate in a Journey to Churchill Guided Walking Tour. The featured attraction, of course, is the famed Polar Bear exhibit. There will also be free time to explore the zoo on your own. This afternoon, at Fort Whyte Alive, there is a guided Signature Experience, “The Bison and It’s People.” You will have close-up encounters with wild bison, test your skills at Voyageur canoeing, explore a Plains Cree Tipi, and step inside a one-room pioneer sod house to savor wild bush tea around a bannock campfire. Tonight, enjoy the entertainment and food from three new cultures at Folklorama!

DAY 4 | August 13 |  Winnipeg, MB

The morning begins with a guided tour of the Royal Canadian Mint. Every single Canadian coin in circulation has been produced here! Lunch will be at The Forks Market, with ample time to shop and explore on your own. After lunch, there will be a guided Explore the Galleries tour at the Canadian Museum of Human Rights. This museum is dedicated solely to the evolution, celebration, and future of human rights. Tonight is your last evening to celebrate three completely new cultures and cuisines at Folklorama.

DAY 5 | August 14 |  Winnipeg, MB to Home

Today is a travel day as you make your way across the Canadian border back to the United States.



Mode of Travel-Motorcoach


Pricing Per Person Cash Or Check

  • $1,490 – Double
  • $1,385 – Triple
  • $1,330  – Quad
  • $1,800 – Single

Pricing Per Person Credit Card

  • $1,545 – Double
  • $1,440 – Triple
  • $1,385 – Quad
  • $1,870 – Single

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Proof of Vaccination Required

A Valid Passport or Enhanced Driver’s License is Required for this tour

  • Three Festival Nights of Folklorama
  • Guided Tour of Winnipeg
  • St. Boniface Cathedral
  • Le Musée de Saint-Boniface Museum
  • Fort Gibraltar
  • Assiniboine Park & Zoo Winnipeg
  • Fort Whyte Alive
  • Royal Canadian Mint
  • The Forks
  • Canadian Museum of Human Rights
  • 4 Breakfasts / 1 Lunch / 3 Dinners
Hosted by Southwest Tour and Travel Tour Director (Activity Level: Active) This tour will require guests to be able to walk longer distances, climb several flights of stairs and navigate steps and uneven terrain. Your itinerary will include a higher number of longer travel days with morning and/or evening activities.