Sea kayaking, hiking, wildlife observation, interpretive activities, etc., there’s so much to do in the maritime regions of Québec. If you have little time, but the head full of projects – whether you come in the summer or in the fall when nature puts on her most beautiful colours – a stay at a resort offering lodging and various activities is likely the perfect solution for you. Here are a few ideas. Read more
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Dynamic and festive, Rimouski offers all the attractions of a big city along with a tranquil natural setting and friendly local residents. This means that nature and the sea are never far from services, boutiques and entertainment options. Is it any surprise that Rimouski residents are the happiest people in Québec? (In 2013, people in Rimouski rated themselves highest in the province on the happiness scale for the second year in a row.) Read more
Forillon National Park offers visitors a wide range of fun activities. Whether you’re interested in nature or culture, you’ll find lots of things to do here during your vacation. Here’s an overview of the park’s summer program, which begins on June 22, 2013. Read more
The latest addition to Québec’s network of national parks, Lac-Témiscouata National Park is hinged around the largest and most majestic lake in the region. With a length of some 39 kilometres, it’s the second largest body of water south of the St. Lawrence. The park is run through by the Sentier national, the backbone of its trail network, which offers many interesting options to stretch your legs and appreciate the region’s beautiful scenery. Here are some of them.
Vacations are a time to enjoy nature, relaxation and a complete change of pace. You want to unplug and be present to the moment. Several unusual lodging options offered in the maritime regions of Québec will help you unwind and step outside your comfort zone. Having said that, opting for unusual lodging doesn’t mean sacrificing comfort! Read on to find out more. Read more
Nature in the city… This could be the slogan for Sept-Îles, one of the largest cities in land size in Québec, with an area of over 2000 km2 (770 sq. mi.). Named after the seven islands that protect its round bay, Sept-Îles is a must-see destination in Côte-Nord – Duplessis that boasts one of the highest numbers of sunny days per year in the province. Read more