Regular Tours

We are happy to bring you some unique local tours that will really surprise you. We believe that now is the time to focus our attention on our own. We are rolling out “Discover Saskatchewan Tours”. Who knew we had Castle Butte, Outlaw Caves, “The Dead Sea of Canada”, “A Touch of Europe on the Prairies”, Crooked Forest, Sand Dunes as far as the eye can see?

The Big Muddy

July 14thAugust 20th

The Big Muddy badlands are located in Southern Saskatchewan. They evoke images of lawless scoundrels from the "wild west" and are an amazing display of nature's architecture. Castle Butte is a one-of-a-kind monument, and you won't want to miss this trip!

Gravelbourg & Sukanen Ship Tour

July 30th

Come and experience the beauty of Gravelbourg and Assiniboia with us on this tour! Visit Cathedral of our Lady of Assumption. Then taste some local cuisine at Cafe de Paris and tour the Gravelbourg Museum.

Ogema Train (Pangman)

August 6th

Come for a leisurely ride through the open prairies with a guide who shares local historical facts. Learn more about Saskatchewan’s history and heritage on this iconic train ride.

Cannington Manor Tour

August 7th

Join us for the Cannington Manor Tour! The Manor was an attempt by eastern settlers to recreate the aristocratic English lifestyle. Get a seat on the tour and have a hands-on experience of what life was like in the village!

Wheatland Express

August 21st

Take a historic trip on the wheatland express! Immerse yourself in a 1950's train ride, enjoy meals at the diner car and visit the Cudworth Heritage Museum.

Saskatoon River Cruise

August 24th

Visit the Berry Barn where Saskatoon berries are farmed. Then take a scenic cruise down the South Saskatchewan River on the Prairie Lily.

Ringo Starr

October 5th

Leave the driving to us, sit back and relax going to the Ringo Starr concert! Transportation only, you must have your own concert ticket to attend the concert.

Mortlach Saskatoon Berry Festival

June 25th

Visit Mortlach on June 25 for a day of family fun! Check out the local vendors, enjoy the parade, activities for the kids, live music, good food, and, of course, the Saskatoon berry pies (both whole pies and by the slice)!

Fiddler on the Roof


Briercrest is coming back with another summer show. This year's play is the Fiddler on the Roof! Grab a ticket and hop on the bus to get transportation from Regina to Caronport and have a full meal included before the show.

Country Acres Vintage Market


Join us for the Country Acres Vintage Market Tour! We will begin the tour going to Fort Qu'Appelle Farmers' Market, Country Acres Vintage Market, The Bell Barn and then end the day with a meal at The Wooden Nickel Saloon ($20 towards meal included).

Rural Farm Experience


Experience a local rural farm, learn about what goes on in a farm and how they operate, and see the large equipment up close! BBQ lunch provided.

Manitou Springs Mineral Spa

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Manitou Springs Resort and Mineral Spa are located in the Village Resort of Manitou Beach, come and enjoy some time to feel relaxed and rejuvenated. The lake is fed by underground springs, and has a mineral content high in Sodium, Magnesium and Potassium Salts due to it being a Terminal Lake.

Skate the Park

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Embrace the cold and have a fun, winter evening out with your loved ones! Experience Skate the Park on March 4th with our amazing local partners.

Twinkle Tour

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Take a quick view of all the amazing light displays throughout Regina! The Twinkle Tour will go through the whole city and you will get a front seat of all the amazing lights. Then we will also stop by Tim’s for a free hot chocolate.

Saskatoon Enchanted Forest

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Our yearly Christmas tour has returned! Engelheim Tours is once again bringing back the Saskatoon Enchanted Forest tour, where we'll start the day with a self-guided tour through the Western Development Museum that will be featuring Eaton's Once Upon a Christmas display. Then have a meal at Smiley's Buffet (included) and end the day with a bus tour through the Enchanted Forest.

Carols & Candles

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Carols & Candles performance of Christmas musical selections featuring Briercrest's mass Choir and Orchestra as well as dramatic nativity readings. You'll also get to tour the Moose Jaw Western Development Museum, and have an optional meal at the Seasons Cafe (own expense).

Christmas in Graceland

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Engelheim Tours invites you to join us for a unique tour with Wheatland Express. We will have a 2 hour train ride on a 1950’s style locomotive. Then you will go to experience a presentation by Rory Allen as he performs his Elvis tribute show during an all-inclusive dinner meal.

Imagine Van Gogh

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Experience the art of Vincent Van Gogh in a way you've never seen it before with a completely immersive gallery in Saskatoon. Have some lunch at Smiley's Buffet restaurant and then finish the day touring the Western Development Museum.

Christmas in October

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Take an early trip on our Christmas in October tour going to Moose Jaw. You'll be able to enjoy some time at the spa, view the Yvette Moore galley, tour the old Grant Hall Hotel and shop around for some good local deals.

Kaposvar & Yorkton WDM

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Tour the Kaposvar Historical site, eat at the Chalet Buffet Restaurant and visit the Yorkton Western Development Museum.

Farm-to-Table Tour

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The ultimate Saskatchewan Farm to Table Tour, stopping at Rebellion Brewery, Over the Hill Orchards & Winery, Frontier Gardens fresh vegetable market, and end the day at the 641 Grill & Motel.

Wanuskewin & Forestry Farm

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Visit Wanuskewin and the Saskatoon Forestry Farm. Learn about some of the history of the Saskatchewan land and venture the zoo!

Motherwell Homestead

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Live a day in the life of a prairie farmer in the 1900s on W.R. Motherwell's historic homestead. We will also take a fascinating historic tour of Wolseley, featuring the inspiring Wolseley Opera House.

Sukanen Ship Tour & More

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The Sontiainen (also known as the Sukanen Ship) is an interesting cross between Finnish and Saskatchewan history. Originally built by Tom Sukanen (hence the name), it was a madman's dream to sail back to his homeland.