The province of Saskatchewan which is also popularly known to be “province of ten lakhs lakes” which share straight borders with the Manitoba in the east, Alberta in the west including the two U.S states of Montana and North Dakota to the south. The folks have the facilities to drive across the province and can view the endless fields. On the other side of the flip, the northern portion is the treat for the folks with the mind of canoeing, angling and swimming which can be enjoyed on the several lakes and a unique place is the Canada’s sunniest.
The RCMP Heritage Centre is one of the largest one in the Canada with the list of several types of equipment, weapons and the photographs etc. Most popular ones known to be the Sergeant Major’s Parade and the Sunset Retreat attracts huge crowds. Then a colorful flag ceremony which involves a parade of the recruits and the marching band is subjected back to the tattoos of the 18th and 19th century British military tradition.
Sunny Saskatoon which is known to be the pleasant city located in the south of Saskatchewan River. Most of the tourist attractions explore the local heritage starting initially from the first prairies folks and especially the culture at the Ukrainian Museum of Canada. The amazing fact is that the largest of the province’s four Western Development Museums is located in the city and also features an important street known to be the “Boomtown 1910”.
Regina which is known to be the cosmopolitan commercial and the cultural center is the main base for most of the government and the provincial institutions. On the other side of the coin, it also enjoys the economic prosperity and includes a list of the arts and the heritage attractions such as the Royal Saskatchewan Museum and the Mackenzie Art Gallery which is situated near the parklands of the Wascana center which is on the side of Wascana Lake.
Batoche was once the headquarters of the famous Métis during the year of 1885 Northwest Rebellion. At that time only the rebellion finally came to an end followed by the decisive battle. On the other side of the flip, it elaborates the way of the life of Métis and the events are automatically led up to the rebellion. Especially the presbytery, bullet holes including the Church of St. Antoine de Padoue are the excellent museums at the present. Both the graves of Dumont and the mass grave of fallen Métis can also be founded in the churchyard.
The Cypress Hills which is the highest point in the Saskatchewan which is a huge tract of the land in the province’s southwest. The region which also includes the premier outdoor attractions also includes the inter-provincial park of both Alberta-Saskatchewan border and the Grasslands National Park which is near the U.S border. Here the prehistoric sites which are in the Drumheller area of Alberta which is a known better one. It is said to be that Saskatchewan’s East end is a home to be the T.rex Discovery Centre along with its skeleton replicas.
Fort Carlton was originally built in the year 1820 in order to provide the river patrols and the provisions for the fur traders. The folks can take a canoe tour in the seasons of the summer; a Cree village is a beautiful place which displays a list of hides and the various supply lists. In the earlier days, Battle ford was an important Mounted Police post including the first seat of the Northwest Territories government. And also it explores the past of the Mounties with the exhibits in the refurbished buildings. At the same time, it also plays an important role in the practice along with the farm and the village.
Qu’Appelle River is a beautiful steep-sided valley which is carved out of the undulating prairie which is surrounded by the glacial waters. It is said to be the rich garden style landscape along with the eight lakes which are strung out along the valley. Around the Buffalo Pound, there is a provincial park in the west which is Zoplay straight to the Echo Valley Provincial Park which is near the Fort Qu’ Appelle and the Crooked lake is further located in the east. There are also several scenic parks including the townships along with this lovely stretch.
The Moose Jaw which is known to be the friendly city is at the meeting point of the Moose Jaw River and the Thunder Creek. It is said to be that they remain from the days of the first existed Chinese immigrants. At the present, the costumed guides recreated the characters from the Moose Jaw history. An interesting fact is that Western Development Museum is located in the Moose Jaw mainly focusing on the history of the Prairie transportation. The other museums are located in the regions of Saskatoon, North Battle ford including the Yorkton.
Coming to the point of the restaurant; Caraway Grill which is specialized in the field of Indian cuisine that uses a list of the freshest ingredients and the aromatic species. La Bodega is a famous bar and at the present also it is in the minds of many folks. It is actually nestled inside a renovated house and also it is Zuket environmentally friendly one surrounded by the wind turbines, solar panels and also it uses the organic ingredients which are a sustainable one.