6 days
Winnipeg
The experience of a lifetime is waiting for you. Open your eyes to a different perspective of the country and world we live in through an immersive human rights leadership program at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Explore the wonderful city of Winnipeg as you experience it through a human rights ‘lens’. Deepen your understanding of the diverse cultural groups in Manitoba when you visit French-speaking St. Boniface, admire the collection at the Qaumajuq Inuit Art Gallery, and participate in a workshop with the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation.
  • Day 1: Depart for Winnipeg!

    Meet your Tour Director at your destination

    Guided visit of the Manitoba Museum

  • Day 2: Winnipeg

    Visit the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

    Participate in a Human Rights Leadership program at the CMHR

    Evening Activity: Winnipeg Ghost Walk

  • Day 3: Winnipeg

    Day 2 of Human Rights Leadership Program

    ACTIVATE Gaming Centre

  • Day 4: Winnipeg

    Parks Canada Guided Tour of 'The Forks'

    Guided tour of the Quamajuq Inuit Art Gallery & Art-making Workshop

    Workshop with the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation

    Evening Activity: Across the Board Game Cafe

  • Day 5: Winnipeg

    Guided Walking tour of Saint-Boniface - Francophone Capital of Western Canada

    Visit the Saint-Boniface Museum & 'Uprooted Nation' Workshop

    Free time to explore Winnipeg

    Add this in-depth excursion:
    The Hermetic Code Tour

    The Hermetic Code Tour

    Join this fascinating and fun guided tour for an unforgettable experience of magic, mystery and architectural wonder at the Manitoba Legislative Building -begin to unlock the codes, symbols & mysteries of Canada’s most unique architectural landmark.

    Add this in-depth excursion:
    Excursion to Gimli: Canada's 'Little Iceland'

    Excursion to Gimli: Canada's 'Little Iceland'

    Icelandic settlers founded this beautiful lakeside community and their Viking roots live on through Gimli’s festivals, museums, public art and spirit for adventure on Lake Winnipeg. The first Icelanders landed in Gimli in the 1870s and named the area ‘New Iceland’. Still today the community boasts the largest population of Icelandic descendants outside of Iceland. Take a photo with the proud statue at Viking Park, visit the New Iceland Heritage Museum, and don’t miss the chance to sample the layered deliciousness of a traditional Icelandic treat -vinetarte.

  • Day 6: Winnipeg | Depart for Home

    Winnipeg General Strike-Focused Walking Tour

    Transfer to the airport for your return flight home

Interested in learning more about this tour?
  • Day 1: Depart for Winnipeg!

    Meet your Tour Director at your destination

    Guided visit of the Manitoba Museum

  • Day 2: Winnipeg

    Visit the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

    Participate in a Human Rights Leadership program at the CMHR

    Evening Activity: Winnipeg Ghost Walk

  • Day 3: Winnipeg

    Day 2 of Human Rights Leadership Program

    ACTIVATE Gaming Centre

  • Day 4: Winnipeg

    Parks Canada Guided Tour of 'The Forks'

    Guided tour of the Quamajuq Inuit Art Gallery & Art-making Workshop

    Workshop with the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation

    Evening Activity: Across the Board Game Cafe

  • Day 5: Winnipeg

    Guided Walking tour of Saint-Boniface - Francophone Capital of Western Canada

    Visit the Saint-Boniface Museum & 'Uprooted Nation' Workshop

    Free time to explore Winnipeg

    Add this in-depth excursion:
    The Hermetic Code Tour

    The Hermetic Code Tour

    Join this fascinating and fun guided tour for an unforgettable experience of magic, mystery and architectural wonder at the Manitoba Legislative Building -begin to unlock the codes, symbols & mysteries of Canada’s most unique architectural landmark.

    Add this in-depth excursion:
    Excursion to Gimli: Canada's 'Little Iceland'

    Excursion to Gimli: Canada's 'Little Iceland'

    Icelandic settlers founded this beautiful lakeside community and their Viking roots live on through Gimli’s festivals, museums, public art and spirit for adventure on Lake Winnipeg. The first Icelanders landed in Gimli in the 1870s and named the area ‘New Iceland’. Still today the community boasts the largest population of Icelandic descendants outside of Iceland. Take a photo with the proud statue at Viking Park, visit the New Iceland Heritage Museum, and don’t miss the chance to sample the layered deliciousness of a traditional Icelandic treat -vinetarte.

  • Day 6: Winnipeg | Depart for Home

    Winnipeg General Strike-Focused Walking Tour

    Transfer to the airport for your return flight home

Interested in learning more about this tour?

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Everything you get

This all-inclusive global experience gives students the chance to explore the world–all at an unbeatable value.
  • Transportation

    Whether it’s by plane, motor coach, train, ferries or subways—your transportation is all covered. We take care of getting you around so you can enjoy the ride.

  • Hotels

    Safe, comfortable hotels with private bathrooms will be waiting for you at your destination.

  • Meals

    Traditional breakfasts and dinners bring local flavours to life as part of your tour experience. Lunches are left for you to discover new favourite dishes of your own.

  • Full-time Tour Director

    Your dedicated Tour Director, specially trained in Canadian history, stays with you 24/7 to handle all on-tour logistics and provide knowledgeable insights everywhere you go.

  • Expert Local Guides

    Your expert local guides add cultural insight and global perspective on your sightseeing tours.

  • Customary gratuities

    To make things even easier we’ve included all tips to show appreciation to your Tour Director, local guides, and bus driver at the end of your tour.

  • Overnight security

    Safety is our number one priority. That’s why we’ve included professional security on watch nightly at your hotel.

  • Personalized Learning Support

    Our personalized learning experience engages students before, during and after tour, with the option to create a final, reflective project.

  • Continuous Support

    Your dedicated EF team helps you every step of the way—from recruiting and enrolling travellers to planning and managing your tour.

  • 24-hour Emergency Service

    Travellers and their families can count on EF’s dedicated emergency service team.

  • Peace of Mind Program

    Feel secure knowing your group can change their destination or travel dates due to unforeseen circumstances.

Lowest price

Includes airfare, hotels, meals, full-time Tour Director and more.

Benefit from added flexibility of the risk-free enrolment period

If you are currently enrolled, or enrol by 150 days prior to tour departure date on a tour with a scheduled departure date between October 1, 2022 and September 30, 2023, you will have will have the option to cancel your tour for any reason by 150 days prior to tour departure date for a full refund of 100% of the money paid to EF, including the $199 non-refundable deposit and the cost of the Global Travel Protection Plan if your payments are up to date and your account is in good standing.

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