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Activities, tours, festivals, spa stays, family time, farm tours
Québec offers extraordinary nature, superb culture and great family getaways. Spa stays, farm tours, First Nations stays—there’s no end of choice!
Nature, adventure and ecotourism in Québec
Treetop adventure, via ferratas and canyoning in Québec
Treetop adventure courses, via ferratas and canyoning: heart-pounding experiences way up high or clinging to a rock face!
Québec’s national parks: Protected spaces of astonishing natural diversity
Québec’s 27 national parks have extraordinary experiences in store for you! Together, these imposing protected spaces provide a perfect example of Québec’s multi-faceted geography.
Québec’s regions: Outaouais, the successful union of urban life and the great outdoors
The Outaouais region, in southwestern Québec, welcomes visitors year round for both relaxing activities (rides on a steam train, canoe-camping, hot air balloon rides, cave tours,
The coastline is calling
Maritime Québec stretches along the Gulf of St. Lawrence and teems with scenic tourist routes and parks that are ideal for observing whales, seals and sea birds.
Getting around Québec by boat: ferries and ferry service
Numerous ferries provide point-to-point service on the St. Lawrence and other waterways. The Îles-de-la-Madeleine and Basse-Côte-Nord region can also be accessed by boat.
Spring in Québec: sugaring off, migrating geese, rafting
The sun gets warmer, the snow starts to melt... A time for watching the snow geese, riding the rapids and enjoying a traditional meal at a sugar shack.
Québec’s regions: Duplessis, misty coasts and mythical isles, home to the cetaceans
Duplessis is a coast sprinkled with bays and coves, craggy islets, forests as far as the eye can see, and plenty of rivers and lakes. Here, the immensely wide Gulf of St. Lawrence
The St. Lawrence, a river of emotions
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