| By Tanya Paquet
The Whale Route is the evocative name given to Route 138 from Tadoussac to Kegaska. This road will take you through the region of Côte-Nord.Read More
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If you have little time, but lots of plans—whether you visit 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.Read More
Percé Rock is a huge rock formation in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, in Gaspésie. This iconic landmark is impressive in size—the rock is about 450 metres (1475 feet) wide, 90 metres (295 feet) deep and 85 metres (280 metres) high—and is pierced by an arch-shaped hole, carved into the limestone by the sea.Read More
Guided activities or hikes on your own are perfect opportunities to observe moose, woodland caribou and white-tailed deer in their natural habitats—a thrilling experience at any age. The forested areas of the maritime regions of Québec are home to rich and abundant wildlife. Keep reading to find out where to see moose, caribou and deer in our regions.Read More