Aboriginal sites reflect the image of First Nations peoples who lived on Quebec territory long before the existence of New France. Eleven aboriginal nations can be found in Quebec, each with its own distinct language and culture. Wendat, Algonquin, Montagnais and Cree, all have at least one thing in common: a welcoming hospitality and desire to share their history. The Quebec Aboriginal Tourism Corporation unites aboriginal tourism businesses and corporations across the province. Many thematically organized sites are found throughout Quebec, where houses, festivities and traditional items from aboriginal culture are recreated. In some cases, entire villages may be visited in the company of aboriginal guides. Some sites even include the possibility to enjoy the full aboriginal experience with a traditional meal, show and on-site accommodations, in a tepee or longhouse.
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The Thompson Island Youth and Elders Camp is an environmental, cultural, native traditional knowledge youth and elders camp. It is located on Thompson ...
The Natakam, condos relaxing on sea, is situated closer the St. Lawrence River, Essipit near Tadoussac (40 km east).
Comfort, nature and a magnificent ...
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