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Born to Let Go

Explore Québec’s spectacular landscapes and unique culture.


  • Kayaking in Parc national du Bic
    Sea kayaking - Bas-Saint-Laurent

    Enjoy complete tranquility as you paddle along the St. Lawrence River, and observe seals and other marine wildlife.

  • Be wowed by the whales at Île aux Lièvres
    Whale observation - Bas-Saint-Laurent

    With its many different species, there’s no place quite like Québec for whale watching.

  • Rock climbing in Kamouraska
    Rock climbing - Bas-Saint-Laurent

    Your reward for reaching the top? A breathtaking sunset—and a completely different view of the world.

  • Île aux Lièvres Camping
    Camping - Bas-Saint-Laurent

    Camping in the middle of the St. Lawrence means stopping to breathe in the ocean air and watching a variety of marine wildlife.

  • Le Sacrilège
    Bar and restaurant - Québec City

    Set back from rue Saint-Jean, Le Sacrilège serves up 19 varieties of craft beer and a menu inspired by local flavours.

  • FME music festival
    Festival - Abitibi-Témiscamingue

    Enjoy four days of emerging music in Rouyn-Noranda, with over 60 bands from Québec and elsewhere, as well as surprise performances.

  • Café-bistro Côté Est
    Bar and restaurant - Kamouraska

    Casual atmosphere, local fare, privately imported wines, and a patio with a view—a recipe for sheer delight.