From Kamouraska to Sainte-Luce via the Témiscouata region, Bas-Saint-Laurent is a rich blend of coastal, rural and forest scenery. Whether you are interested in hard or soft adventure activities, you can enjoy discovering the region's villages, islands, lighthouses, national parks and marine mammals as well as participate in many outdoor activities including sea kayaking, hiking and cycling. Learn more
Road Trip Ideas
Depending on your interests and how much time you have, you may want to explore the Navigators' Route, the Border Route, the legendary Gaspésie Tour (which can begin in Bas-Saint-Laurent) or one of the region's many other scenic routes. In addition, the north shore of the St. Lawrence River is only a ferry ride away.
Bic and Lac-Témiscouata national parks give you access to a wide range of outdoor activities, including camping, hiking, kayaking and cycling. You can also visit the Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park, where you can observe whales in their natural habitat and learn more about the St. Lawrence Estuary.