Côte-Nord borders the St. Lawrence for 1250 kilometres (775 miles), from Tadoussac to Blanc-Sablon. This region’s coastline has been designated the Whale Route, since 13 different species, including the blue whale, can be found in the waters of the Estuary and Gulf of St. Lawrence. From several locations, you can participate in sea excursions by boat, Zodiac or even sea kayak to observe these fascinating mammals. Whales can also be seen from the shore. Here is further proof that this region is one of the best in the world for whale watching: four world-renowned research groups are based here, some of which offer sea excursions with their researchers.
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