Saskatchewan... is full of surprises
Saskatchewan constitutes more than a quarter million square miles and is divided into five regions. Each region is distinct in its landscape, culture, history and experience.
Southeast Region: a region of unexpected landscapes, from the Qu'Appelle Valley to the unusual rock formations of Roche Percee in the Souris Valley.
Southwest Region: is cowboy country. Trace the historic trails of outlaws and Mounted Police over windswept badlands, sweeping grain fields, river valleys and pine-covered highlands.
East Central Region: is where Mother Nature is at her grandest: parkland, farmland, wilderness highlands, forests and river valleys. This region hosts a world-class spa, three provincial parks, historic sites, colourful cultural heritage and some of the West's best country music gatherings.
West Central Region: is where to discover the heart of a rich heritage, from Métis culture and the first capital of the Northwest Territories, to the clash of forces in the North West Resistance.
The North Region: is where the lure of the north lies in its natural beauty. Rolling farm and ranchland give way to boreal forest and lakes that stretch all the way to the Northwest Territories. World-class angling, canoeing awaits you in the far north.
Saskatchewan is endlessly inspiring, from the golden wheat fields in the south to the north's boreal forest, with over 100,000 lakes, some so crystal clear you can see fish at the bottom. Saskatchewan has a quiet stillness that invades your spirit. The landscape is larger-than-life, the people down-to-earth, and the cultural experiences authentic.