Where will you go when it’s safe to travel again? Consider Saskatchewan, where the land and sky are as open and inviting as its people. It’s a province where size (almost twice as big as Germany) versus population (under 1.2 million residents) means that you’re in nature’s vast playground – where there are no lineups or pressure to move on to the next sight. Oh, what emotions you’ll experience, what stories you’ll share when you return home.
Phenomena like mysterious, dancing northern lights can change a person. The sound of your heart pounding while reeling in a 40-lb. lake trout sticks with you long after you’re back on shore. Stories and traditions of Indigenous peoples bridge past and present. Places steeped in legend, like Little Manitou Lake – where the buoyant water makes it impossible to sink – comfort body, mind and spirit. Even in Saskatchewan cities, you are never far from nature.