Follow along as guest and staff bloggers explore Saskatchewan and share their travel and tourism adventures. Locals always know the best places to go and things to do.
Lace 'em up and hit the ice!
Many Saskatchewanian's favourite way to get through a frosty winter is to bundle up and glide across an icy surface, which there is no shortage of in the province. Here are a few.
January 16, 2018
Oooh, Those Saskatchewan Skies
Saskatchewan often lives up to the famous “Land of Living Skies” slogan, but for the past few nights, the skies have really been showing off.
Top Stops Along Highway 1
We’ve heard it all before: drive right through, there’s nothing to see, Saskatchewan is boring. Well, we’re here to tell you that you’ve got it all wrong! Venture off the #1 to discover a different side of the province.
Catch your fill this summer!Boating along the rock lined shores, pulling into a nice calm bay and catching a pike in your first five minutes – that’s what happens when you’re fishing at Jan Lake.
Cruising Through Southern Saskatchewan
"You might've seen Canada, but until you've been to the middle, you'll probably never understand Canadiana."
I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Ice Cream
Summer is all about fun and what's more fun than going for ice cream?
Originally built in 1891, this former Lieutenant Governor’s residence is now an attraction in Regina offering tours, programs, exhibits and 8.5 acres of vibrant Edwardian Gardens— what is its name?
One Week on the Badwater RiverCrystal blue lakes, sand dunes, cliffs, and waterfalls - exactly what you hope to find on a canoe trip in northern Saskatchewan!
Journey Back in Time
The Western Development Museum tells the Saskatchewan story from the beginning of settlement to present day. Each location showcases a different story of Saskatchewan history.
TriviaWhere in Saskatchewan was a major discovery of a Tyrannosaurus rex fossil was made?
Fish and food at Lloyd Lake LodgeFishing on Lloyd Lake in the remote wilderness of northern Saskatchewan is a dream vacation for serious anglers. What you may not expect is the amazing food on offer.
Reasons to try Skydiving in the Land of Living Skies
Skydive South Sask will give you the chance to see Saskatchewan from a different point of view – from up to 12,500 feet in the air!