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Wildlife Observation in Québec

We love our animals: they are ever-present, precious and profuse. On your own or with a guide, come and observe our rich wildlife, sporting feathers, fur, antlers and/or humps. Moose, black bears, blue whales, snowy owls, the grey wolf... and so much more. Magnificent wildlife says it all.




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Baronnie de Kamouraska — Bas-Saint-Laurent

A treasure located in the heart of the Appalachians! Authentic outfitter (max. of 16 clients). Accessible area 656 km2 (253 sq. mi.) with 65.2 km2 (41 mi.) exclusive rights. Watershed consists of 5 rivers and lakes . Speckled trout exclusively. Mountainous terrain of the ...

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  • Forest Lodgings
  • Excursions
  • Wildlife Observation

Outdoor Playing Val Chester — Centre-du-Québec

Campground located on a outdoor playing center We offer you a peaceful vacation destination surrounded by nature on the edge of the magnificent Nicolet River. Fishing pound and river, forest trails. Discover nature and more ... We invite you to visit our website to discover our ...

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  • Forest Lodgings
  • Aquatic Activities
  • Excursions
  • Wildlife Observation

Parcs Canada / Parc national de la Mauricie — Mauricie

Quebec as you imagined: an immense virgin forest area dotted with beautiful lakes. Five times the size of Paris, the park is located halfway between the cities of Montréal and Québec. Come for hiking, swimming in the waterfalls or the beach, fishing, fall colors, ...

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  • National Parks
  • Forest Lodgings
  • Aquatic Activities
  • Excursions
  • Wildlife Observation
  • Adrenalin
  • Winter Activities

Kanamouche — Lanaudière

Warm and personalized year-round welcomes Historic and authentic character from the 50s. Fishing, resorts, cottages and relaxation in log cabins. Discover the fauna and flora in hiking trails. Snowshoeing, sled dogs, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, ice fishing, snow tubing. ...

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  • Forest Lodgings
  • Aquatic Activities
  • Excursions
  • Wildlife Observation
  • Adrenalin
  • Winter Activities

Parc national Kuururjuaq — Nunavik and its Parks

The Inuit call this region Torngait, which means “a place inhabited by the spirits.” Inuit legends and myths permeate this 4,000-km2 (1,544-sq. mi.) region. Mysterious and majestic, Parc national Kuururjuaq stretches from the sea to the heavens, near the northern tip ...

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  • Aquatic Activities
  • Excursions
  • Wildlife Observation
  • Adrenalin
  • Winter Activities

Inuit Adventures — Nunavik and its Parks

We, the Inuit the people of Nunavik, invite you to explore our land the way we know it best: by sharing our way of life throughout the seasons. Whether you join us for a winter outing by dogsled to spend the night in an igloo under the Northern lights or for a summer excursion to ...

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  • National Parks
  • Forest Lodgings
  • Aboriginal Experiences
  • Aquatic Activities
  • Excursions
  • Wildlife Observation
  • Winter Activities

Club Fontbrune — Laurentides

Come enjoy our  fishing activities. In addition, our fleet of snowmobiles and quads are available with a guided service or not. The organization of snowmobile raid or multi-activity is also possible. And what about our short or long distance dog-sledding rides! ...

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  • Forest Lodgings
  • Aquatic Activities
  • Excursions
  • Wildlife Observation
  • Winter Activities

Parc national de la Pointe-Taillon — Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean

Walk spellbound along the long, sandy beach of Parc national de la Pointe-Taillon. Close examination of the sand reveals a world of splendour: garnets, zircon, lodestone. Upon your return from discovering the ponds and marshes that line the 45-km (28-mi.) bicycle path, jump into ...

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  • National Parks
  • Forest Lodgings
  • Aquatic Activities
  • Excursions
  • Wildlife Observation

Parc national Tursujuq — Nunavik and its Parks

On the eastern coast of Hudson Bay, not far from the Inuit community of Umiujaq, this region boasts the largest national park in Québec. A cultural crossroads, it possesses remnants of human occupation dating back more than 3,000 years, and former trading posts once ...

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  • National Parks
  • Forest Lodgings
  • Aboriginal Experiences
  • Aquatic Activities
  • Excursions
  • Wildlife Observation
  • Winter Activities

Parc national du Bic — Bas-Saint-Laurent

Head out to the dreamy coves, bays and capes that hug the sea in the St. Lawrence estuary. It's no surprise that harbour seals love to stop at this true paradise. The breathtaking sunsets are considered to be the most beautiful in the world. Reserve a campground or jump in a ...

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  • National Parks
  • Forest Lodgings
  • Aquatic Activities
  • Excursions
  • Wildlife Observation
  • Winter Activities
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