Tourism Saskatchewan


Finding your way around

To help visitors easily find all of Saskatchewan's great attractions, the province is divided into tourism areas. The two major cities of Saskatoon and Regina have their own tourism agencies, and several other cities in Saskatchewan have dedicated tourism information centres.


The Queen City is the home of the RCMP, Wascana Centre, the 2007 Grey Cup Champion Saskatchewan Roughriders and much more.


The shores of the South Saskatchewan River are lines with Bridge City landmarks like the University of Saskatchewan and the historic Bessborough Hotel

South East Region

From the postcard scenes of the Qu'Appelle Valley to the high country of Moose Mountain, the southeast is a study in unexpected landscapes.

Southwest Region

Grasslands National Park and the picturesque Cypress Hills are just two of many great reasons to plan a trip to the wide open southwest.

East Central Region

A mineral water spa, three provincial parks, intriguing historic sites and colourful cultural heritage - East Central is where your vacation comes alive.

West Central Region

Go back in time: ancient tipi rings and medicine wheels, major fur trade routes, First Nations and Métis culture and the first capital of the Northwest Territories are just a taste of everything West Central has to offer.

North Region

The lure of Saskatchewan's legendary north lies in its natural beauty. In the morning, whether you open the door of your luxury resort, raise the blinds of your RV or lift up the flap on your tent, be prepared to be amazed.

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