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Between Moose Jaw & Alberta: a Smartphone Audio Driving Tour

1. Between Moose Jaw & Alberta: a Smartphone Audio Driving Tour

Follow your audio tour guide along the Trans-Canada highway and experience "Big Sky Country"! Start anywhere along the route between the Manitoba border and Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. The tour experience is the same in any direction. Learn about the incredible story of the Balgonie Birdman. Discover the beauty of the Wascana Centre and find out things to do, like visit the Nicolle Flats Interpretative Area, the Potash Centre, RCMP Museum, and Kenosee Superslides. Hear about the dead-sea-like Little Manitou Lake and other sights at your own pace. Explore prairie towns like Sintaluta, Indian Head, Grenfell, Moosomin, Estevan, Whitewood, Weyburn, and more. Learn about historical people and events that shaped the area like the Northwest Rebellion, Sergeant Bill (the goat), and the Estevan Riot. Admire incredible parks like Echo Valley, Moose Mountain, and Buffalo Pound Provincial Park. With no time constraints, enjoy the freedom to stop anywhere and take your time exploring. Fun audio clips will play automatically as you drive, using a live GPS map. No data is used during the tour. Enjoy a tour that's easy to navigate and entertaining for all ages. Benefit from an audio guide that will keep you and your family laughing and engaged along the way with trivia fun. Each point of interest along the way has a fun multiple-choice trivia question about the sights. Keep score or just listen.

Regina: Historic Downtown Smartphone Audio Tour

2. Regina: Historic Downtown Smartphone Audio Tour

Explore Downtown Regina at your own pace with a handy smartphone audio-guided walking tour. Choose your own tour duration as you discover more about the city from the automatic audio feature, which plays at historic landmarks. Starting at City Hall, your audio tour guide will take you on a journey through the heart of Regina. Hear about and admire the old Sherwood Department Store, the Balfour Apartments, the old Land Titles Buildings, and one of the earliest Baptist churches in the province. Be amazed by the stories behind the impressive Hotel Saskatchewan and the oldest commercial building in Regina’s business district, the Northern Crown Bank. Marvel at the architecture of the Motherwell Building, the Old Post Office, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Memorial Hall, and the former Union Station. Take in the views of the new Conexus Plaza building and the McCallum Hill Centre. As you stroll through Victoria Park see the Regina Cenotaph and various statues and monuments of notable historical figures related to the city.

Moose Jaw: City Highlights Smartphone Walking Tour

3. Moose Jaw: City Highlights Smartphone Walking Tour

Visit over 30 sights in Moose Jaw with this audio walking tour app. Use a live GPS map route. Hear automatic commentary as you approach each attraction. Start and pause the tour whenever you want. Save your data with a tour that can be used offline. Start at the historical Moose Jaw Public Library. Stroll through green space in Crescent park to see the the amphitheater, water fountain, and cenotaph tomb. Pass through the Temple Gardens and the old CNR and CPR train stations as you head downtown. See stunning historical buildings that played a role in Moose Jaw's development like City Hall, the Walter Scott Building, the Zion United Church, and the grand Capital Theater. Go beneath the streets into the tunnels of Moose Jaw and take in two guided theatrical tours. Walk up 1st Avenue West to the red brick Land Titles building and the Moose Jaw Court House. Admire the colors and creativity of a few of Moose Jaw's 48 murals along the way.

Between Moose Jaw & Alberta: a Smartphone Audio Driving Tour

4. Between Moose Jaw & Alberta: a Smartphone Audio Driving Tour

Follow your audio tour guide along the Trans-Canada highway and experience "Big Sky Country"! Start anywhere along the route between the Alberta border and Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. The tour experience is the same in any direction. Learn about the incredible story of the Willow Bunch giant Eduard Beaupre, as well as events and people that shaped the area, including Tommy Douglas, the Battleford Trail, the Outlaw Trail, and Samuel Morse. Discover the beauty of Lake Diefenbaker and picturesque prairie towns like Gravelbourg, Chaplin Lake, Mortlach, Caronport, Gull Lake, and Swift Current. Hear about the Big Muddy Badlands and other sights at your own pace.  With no time constraints, enjoy the freedom to stop anywhere and take your time exploring. Take the opportunity to explore incredible parks like the Cypress Hills Destination area and the Great Sandhills. Fun audio clips will play automatically as you drive, using a live GPS map. No data is used during the tour. Benefit from a tour that's easy to navigate and entertaining for all ages. This audio guide will keep you and your family laughing and engaged along the way with trivia fun. Each point of interest along the way has a fun multiple-choice trivia question about the sights. Keep score or just listen.

Wascana Lake: Smartphone Audio Guided Walking Tour

5. Wascana Lake: Smartphone Audio Guided Walking Tour

Explore Wascana Lake with a GPS-guided audio walking tour! Starting at the stunning Saskatchewan Legislative Building, the tour meanders around beautiful Wascana Lake. Our tour guide will tell you all about the lake itself, as well as the monuments, plaques, statues and art that make the Wascana Centre a must see. Hear the interesting stories behind the Saskatchewan War Memorial, the Burmese Statue and memorials honouring Woodrow Lloyd, the former Saskatchewan Premier, Allan Blakeney and Walter Scott. You'll see the Surveyors Monument, a unique symbol dedicated to surveying in the past, present and future and the Scouts Canada Monument. As you walk along we’ll tell you about a few of the people who made Regina and Saskatchewan what it is today like Sir Frederick Haultain, James Hamilton Ross, Charles Avery Dunning and Nicholas Flood Davin. Take in the beautiful Queen Elizabeth II Gardens, the Speakers Corner and the wonderful views from the Albert Memorial Bridge, Willow Island, Trafalgar and Pine Island Lookouts. Check out the incredible Lakeshore Totem pole, a gift from the British Columbia government and the Sisters and Holodomor Statues and the Trafalgar Fountain. Discover the impressive Honouring Tree and visit Wascana Place, the Joe Moran Art Gallery and the large MacKenzie Art Gallery. Our last stop will take you to the United Empire Loyalist Cairn. There is so much more to see! The tour also comes with fun location based trivia questions. After the commentary plays, look at your device and tap your guess at the answer.

Saskatoon: Birdwatching Tour in President Murray Park

6. Saskatoon: Birdwatching Tour in President Murray Park

You will meet me at the Northwest corner of President Murray Park at the intersection of Aird Street and McKinnon Avenue South in Saskatoon, Canada. If you request it in advance, I will provide 1 pair of binoculars for you to share during this birdwatching tour. I will guide you through this forested park and stop whenever we see or hear a bird. If the bird is perched, I will focus my spotting scope on the bird so that you may see it clearly under high magnification. I will point out the field marks used to identify the bird and show you a picture of the bird and its sounds using an app on my cellphone. At the end of the trip, I will review the list of species observed and share the checklist with you. The distance travelled will be about 1 km over a level terrain with trees. This tour may be suitable for persons in wheelchair if they can navigate over grassy terrain. Your guide can provide tips about other birdwatching hotspots in the area.

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4.0 / 5

based on 2 reviews

It is a visit that could be translated into French and would have more participants. The route would be easier to follow if the corresponding numbers were in the description and not just on the map. A visit worth the detour.

It's not easy to find your way around at first. If the sites with photos were identified with the numbers that we see on the route, it would be easier to follow. But very interesting as a visit.