Saskatchewan Wilderness Escape

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Embrace the great outdoor and endless wilderness by venturing through the heart of Saskatchewan. Starting from north to south of Saskatchewan, this tour promises discoveries and adventures as you explore charming cities, local attractions and pristine countryside areas along the way, from sweeping prairie landscapes to remote ranching experiences.

Sample itinerary designed by TPI Global

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01   Regina

Regina, the capital city of Saskatchewan, is a vibrant urban center with a rich indigenous history. It is also home to a 100-year-old symphony orchestra and the nation's most passionate sporting enthusiasts. From exhilarating events and festivals to fascinating museums, galleries, heritage and science centres, Regina offers memorable experiences for all kinds of travelers.

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02   Saskatoon

Saskatoon is Saskatchewan’s largest city. It is located in the traditional territory of Treaty Six First Nations and the home land of the Métis. Experience the art, cuisine, history and culture of the first peoples, take a stroll along the vibrant streetscapes of artful Broadway and enjoy the views of the South Saskatchewan River.

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03   La Reata Ranch

Nestled along the shores of South Saskatchewan River, this picturesque guest ranch occupies a stunning natural setting amidst rolling prairies, river valleys and dramatic badlands landscapes. La Reata Ranch offers a real cowboy dream far away from urban life.The ranch offers cozy and rustic accommodations options, western horseback riding through scenic trails, seasonal cattle ranch works and traditional roping lessons.

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04   Grasslands National Park

A stunning protected area located in the southern Saskatchewan, Grasslands National Park has thousands of archaeological find sites, artifacts, and is one of the largest concentrations of undisturbed precontact cultural resources in Canada. The park features stunning formations characterized by rolling hills, expansive grasslands and rugged badlands. Catch a glimpse of the rarest wildlife in Canada by exploring the West Block's Frenchman River Valley or hiking the breathtaking badlands of the East Block. Discover the astonishing dinosaur fossils exposed in the eroding layers of fields. Evidence of those who came before us is just right under your shoes.

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05   Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

The Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park is the first interprovincial park in Canada, offering something for every outdoor enthusiast. Spanning from Alberta to Saskatchewan, the rich prairie, mixed forest and fescue grasslands supports wide variety of plant and animal species. In addition to camping facilities, the Centre Block of the park features exceptional amenities including a resort, swimming pool, hiking trails, ziplining and one of the largest Dark Sky Preserves in the world. Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park is a perfect year-round destination for road trips around Saskatchewan.

TPI GLOBAL Itinerary

7 Days Saskatchewan Wilderness Escape
Day 1 : Hometown to Regina
  • Arrive in Regina
  • Visit Saskatchewan Legislative Building, Government House, Wascana Centre, RCMP heritage Centre and the Royal Saskatchewan Museum
  • Explore Regina city at leisure
  • Overnight stay at Regina
  • Day 2 : Regina to Saskatoon
  • Travel to Saskatoon
  • Visit Champetre County, Lost Corral Maze, Wanuskewin Heritage Park, Remai Modern
  • Explore Saskatoon city centre and experience Prairie Lily’s river cruises
  • Overnight stay at Saskatoon
  • Day 3 : Saskatoon to La Reata Ranch
  • Visit Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park
  • Travel to Le Reata Ranch
  • Experience rodeo trail and riding, cowboy cookouts at bonfires
  • Overnight stay at La Reata Ranch
  • Day 4 : La Reata Ranch
  • Full day La Reata Ranch experience
  • Overnight stay at La Reata Ranch
  • Day 5 : La Reata Ranch to Grasslands National Park
  • Travel to Grasslands National Park
  • Explore the Frenchman River Valley, Top Dogtown loop trail
  • Scenic drive along West Block at Grasslands National Park
  • Overnight stay at Val Marie
  • Day 6 : Grasslands National Park to Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park
  • Travel to Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park
  • Explore Centre Block and West Block Wilderness Area
  • Visit Fort Walsh National Historic Site
  • Overnight at Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park
  • Day 7 : Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park to Hometown
  • Travel back to Regina early morning
  • Visit Swift Current Creek and Swift Current Museum & Visitor Centre
  • Transfer to Regina Interional Airport
  • Fly from Regina back to hometown
  • Terms & Condition
    *Please note that this itinerary is a suggested sample itinerary and can be customized to fit any possible flight schedule, days, group size and preferences. We recommend contacting our TPI Global representatives for more detailed information regarding tour customization service and availability.

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