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Nature tour

Explore Québec’s great outdoors and get some fresh air!

Discover the Nature Tour Map

Day 1

Gatineau Park.

Gatineau Park


Discover Gatineau’s natural attractions, distinctive plants and wildlife and revitalize yourself in this peaceful outdoor haven.

2 nights

Day 2

Gatineau Park.



You’re only 15 minutes away from Leamy Lake, where you can take a water taxi from the Casino to the Canadian Museum of History just across from Parliament Hill.

Day 3

209 km
Parc omega & parc national d’oka.



Head to the Laurentides region via Highway 50. Stop in Montebello to visit Parc Omega for an unforgettable experience in close contact with wild animals in their natural habitat.

Continue to Parc national d’Oka.

2 nights

Day 4

Parc national d’Oka.

Parc national d’Oka


Hippocampes are available free of charge at the park’s Discovery and Visitors Centre so that you can take full advantage of the hiking trails and the Lac des Deux-Montagnes beach.

Day 5

300 km



On the way to the Québec City area, you will pass through Centre-du-Québec region on Highway 20. Take this opportunity to hop aboard the Québec-Lévis ferry, which will bring you directly to Lévis, from the heart of Québec City’s Petit Champlain district. When crossing the St. Lawrence, you will have a spectacular view of Québec’s capital city. Continue on to Wendake, a Huron-Wendat village.

hôtel-musée premières-nations
1 night

Day 6

126 km



Visit the traditional Huron site Onhoüa Chetek8e before you hit the road. This authentic reconstruction of a First Nations village provides you with the chance to learn about the beliefs, history and lifestyle of the Huron-Wendat nation, past and present.

Take the 138 road toward Baie-Saint-Paul and stop at the sensational Canyon Sainte-Anne, where you can cross a suspension bridge over the canyon. Warning: not for the faint-hearted!

Continue on to Baie-Saint-Paul, a town with stunning landscapes that have been depicted by countless painters. Spend the night in Petite-Rivière-Saint-François.

La maison au bord du fleuve
1 night

Day 7

178 km



A day to discover the Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park. Leave for Baie-Sainte-Catherine to visit the Pointe-Noire Interpretation and Observation Centre. It’s one of the best places to spot belugas from the shore. There is a possibility of taking a whale-watching cruise with the Famille Dufour (the boat is partially accessible, toilet at the dock).

Continue on to Essipit by taking the Tadoussac – Baie-Sainte-Catherine Ferry. Stop in Tadoussac to visit the Marine Mammal Interpretation Centre, an essential stop on the Whale Route.

Continue to Essipit and witness a unique change of scenery with a spectacular view of the water. Enjoy it while you can!

Natakam, Relaxing waterfront condos
1 night

Day 8

Marine Environment Discovery Centre in Les Escoumins.


End of tour

Dive in and discover the fabulous underwater world of the St. Lawrence. A unique activity awaits on dry land at the Marine Environment Discovery Centre in Les Escoumins.

Have a safe trip home.

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