Rendez-vous Canada would like to thank Destination Canada, Travel Manitoba and Parks Canada (RVC Signature Luncheon Hosts) for their generous support of the Canadian tourism industry and RVC 2018!
Destination Canada markets Canada internationally as a premier four-season tourism destination. In collaboration with partners in the Canadian tourism industry, Destination Canada creates marketing campaigns designed to showcase the best our country has to offer. Destination Canada also provides research and industry data to our partners—equipping them to optimize their businesses. For more information, please visit our website, sign up to our newsletter, follow @DestinationCAN and @ExploreCanada on Twitter.
Visit the Destination Canada booth (1127) for information on our initiatives, meet some of the team and learn how you can work with us to create future success.
Discover What Makes Your Heart Beat in Manitoba
The arrival of Manitoba’s sunny summer means days spent at the beach, camping trips at the lake, and loads of summer fairs and festivals to fill up on music, culture, and food! The summer months also bring the arrival of thousands of beluga whales to the Churchill River Estuary. Boat, kayak or even snorkeling expeditions offer the chance to get up close to these friendly and curious whales.
Fall in Manitoba is the perfect season for wildlife lovers…spectacular bird watching, as flocks of geese fill the autumn skies. Fall is also polar bear migration season, as bears gather on the shores of the Hudson Bay near Churchill. Venture out on the tundra to witness these majestic bears stride across the snow and ice. On clear nights, watch the Northern Lights dance across the sky.
As winter rolls in, Manitoba’s arts and culture scene heats up! Explore our winter festivals. From snowmobiling to skiing, ice sculptures to ice skating, snowshoeing to ice fishing, Manitoba’s winter adventures are endless.
Stop by the provincial experience suite 104, Western Canada Marketplace, and discover what makes your heart beat in Manitoba.
450 000 km2 of memories are waiting to be discovered at Parks Canada places!
Parks Canada is the largest provider of natural and cultural tourism products Canada-wide and our iconic destinations form the cornerstone of the Canadian tourism industry. We manage 46 national parks, one national urban park, four national marine conservation areas and 171 national historic sites, including 12 of Canada’s 18 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Purchase Discovery Passes at net rates through our NEW commercial sales office and give your FIT clients admission to visit over 80 of these protected places that typically charge a daily entrance fee. The Discovery Pass provides your clients faster entry and greater convenience, and a big savings: it can pay for itself in as little as seven days.
Also new for 2018: Admission to all national parks, national historic sites, and national marine conservation areas operated by Parks Canada is now free of charge for your young clients, visitors 17 and under.
From hands-on history like paddling a voyageur canoe to spectacular guided hikes, experiences at Parks Canada places will make your clients’ visit truly memorable.