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Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve
"The Mingan Archipelago is distinguished by the largest concentration of erosion monoliths in Canada, the presence of rare plants and bird colonies, including the Atlantic puffin. Enjoy a unique sea excursion, nautical activities and a camping trip ...
 
Located in the heart of the Sept Îles archipelago, Ferme Maricole Purmer specializes in cultivating mussels, scallops, and edible seaweed. Under the passionate leadership of Sandra Blais since 2007, the company has expanded its range of activities to ...
 
Parc Nature de Pointe-aux-Outardes - Hébergement
A true jewel of the Côte-Nord region, Parc nature de Pointe-aux-Outardes is a place of peace and beauty where visitors contemplate pristine, generous nature! What's more, it offers suprising, fun and peaceful accommodations called giant bird's nests! ...
 
Campground at réserve faunique de Port-Cartier–Sept-Îles
Réserve faunique de Port-Cartier–Sept-Îles, located in the beautiful Côte-Nord region, offers you a country of excess! This generous nature ensures you moments of unforgettable tranquility. A camping trip in this wildlife reserve will make you discover ...
 
Parc national d'Anticosti
Parc national d’Anticosti is not just a reserve for hunters and fishermen! Everyone can come discover this wilderness island, situated in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, bathed in the clear light of the north. Here, you’ll encounter white cliffs stroked by ...
 
Site traditionnel Innu Kanapeut
The Kanapeut Innu Traditional Site is a place where Innu culture comes alive. It is a place to share Innu-aitun, a culture that includes way of life and language, connection to the land, spirituality and values. It pays tribute to the elders, grandparents ...
 
Entreprises touristiques Loiselle
Let the Loiselle family introduce you to a world of unforgettable beauty—the Mingan Islands. Explore the realm of puffins, seals, whales, and monoliths aboard Le Macareux or Le Perroquet (12 passengers each), guided by an experienced local captain.
 
The Whale Route
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 ...
 
Boisé de la Pointe-Saint-Gilles
Located in the heart of Baie-Comeau, the Boisé de la Pointe St-Gilles offers 11 kilometers of trails dotted with rest stops, sculptures, pyrographed wood panels, Lafontaine fables and small culverts. In short, it's a feast for the eyes. This 175-hectare ...
 
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