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Stays with Indigenous & First Nations People

In Quebec, various Indigenous and First Nations offer visitor stays. There are eleven (11) nations spread out across fifty-five (55) distinct communities. Quebec’s First Nations and Indigenous people offer truly authentic experiences, from canoe trips and tasty food samplings to traditional cultural activities. Looking for truly authentic experiences? Choose a First Nations stay from a number of offers, in Quebec’s countless deep-wilderness settings. Find out about dreamcatchers, and experience Quebec’s Amerindian culture at your own rhythm, be it in an urban or a remote area.

Kiddy in the Backcountry

Bring nature closer to our culture by democratizing adventure

Kiddy in the Backcountry aims to inform, inspire and mobilize parents and those around young children so they can enjoy all the benefits of nature in a safe manner.

Currently located in 6 regions of Quebec, our program of activities allows children and their parents to experience new microadventures in an environment where everything is science and magic at the same time. Experimentation through our multi-activities, promotion of territorial and cultural diversity, awakening of ecological sensitivity, are all subjects that fascinate us. Specializing in activities for families with at least one child under the age of 6, Kiddy in the Backcountry likes to present nature as a context of wonder for all! It’s the art of turning little things into spectacular moments to make our children our best adventure team-mate.

Aventures Kiamika

Nature, culture and discovery

In canoe, kayak, rabaska or simply for a weekend of rest, you will find among our many packages the one that suits you! Many outdoor activities on a territory of exceptional beauty. Kiamika Adventures offers you a warm welcome in a setting of great nature !!! The Kiamika Reservoir stretching as far as the eye can see, the Boreal forest that surrounds you, the silence or howl of the wolves. 7 cottages, numerous camping sites, 10 camping tents, 3 floating chalets. Outside the electricity grid and powered by solar energy, each of our accommodation options offers you just what it takes to make the most of your stay with us.

Aventure Plume Blanche

A journey into the past to understand our way of life today

Discover the Aboriginal culture through various authentic activities and awareness of Aboriginal spirituality. Throughout the seasons, experience the way of life of the Pekuakamiulnuatsh in a natural site that combines calm, simplicity and beauty. 

Nuuhchimi Wiinuu

An eco-tourism aboriginal site is ready to welcome you. It consists of a chalet, multiple traditional and authentic Cree dwellings that feature comfort and unique experiences that immerse guests into the Cree cultural environment. In the winter, snowshoeing, traditional crafts and trapping are the main activities that will astound you as you skill your hands to connect the Cree history. Summer activities include canoeing, hiking, and water-based activities. Surely the beauty of the Cree way of life will grace you with many once in a life time experiences, be part of it.

Wiinipaakw Tours Solidarity Cooperative

READY FOR AN ADVENTURE IN HARMONY WITH THE ENVIRONMENT?

In Eeyou Istchee James Bay, discover an incomparable northern adventure.

Wiinipaakw Tours, owned by the Crees of Waskaganish, Eastmain and Wemindji, offers excursions on James Bay. As a bonus, you will discover a little-known region and its communities. Aboard our safe boats, go in search of the mythical polar bear that frequents the offshore islands during the summer.

No one knows the area better than our Cree captains, who grew up here. Their expertise in navigation and itinerary design will allow you to explore the James Bay Islands safely.

Try your luck at spotting beluga whales, caribou, beavers, seals, polar bears and much more during your stay with us. You may even see some of the 120 species of birds that live or travel through the area each year.

Tourisme Manawan

Natural wonders in the land of the Atikamekw

Manawan, indigenous community of the Atikamekw nation, invites visitors to experiences sustainable and fair tourism with authentic learning opportunities, adventures and cultural exchanges in an exceptional natural setting, easily accessible from Montreal.

Parc régional du Mont-Ham

Complete immersion in a world where nature and its roots take over

Mont-Ham Regional Park is a destination known for its hiking trails and the spectacular view from its summit: a 360-degree panorama of forest and agricultural landscapes. Mount Ham Regional Park is also a place where we cultivate precious links with our Aboriginal roots. In partnership with the Grand Council of the Waban-Aki Nation, various activities have been developed to promote and share ancestral knowledge: interpretation panels along the Legends Trail, Abenaki space, teepee accommodation, etc.

A guaranteed favorite
All outdoor enthusiasts will be delighted by the different levels of intensity offered in the park, with a summit that dominates the region at an altitude of 713 meters. From beginner to expert, the marked trails that crisscross the mountain total 18 km.

Camping at the summit
The Parc régional du Mont-Ham being a biological refuge, it is not possible to camp at the summit, except during activities supervised by the park. That's why we offer you the opportunity to join our organized outings, to enjoy a unique experience for a night at the top of the mountain.

Perfect for children
The Mont-Ham Regional Park welcomes many schools, since the routes are adapted to children and allow to reach the summit in a reasonable time. This is the perfect family activity! Moreover, you will be welcomed by a friendly and cheerful team.

 

 

Corporation du Mushuau-nipi

Indigenous discovery trips in a nordic environment

We offer discovery tours in an exceptional environment. Located on George River, northeast of Schefferville in Northern Québec, you will discover the authentic Innu Nation. Archaeologists consider this archaeological and historical site to be of national importance. We offer hikes, archaeological excursions, voyageur canoeing and an invitation to participate in traditional Innu life.

Explorateur Voyages

Trips of culture and curious by nature!

Guided adventure tours that combine multi activities, culture, and nature in small groups of 5 to 13 people on more than 40 destinations throughout the world. Our trekking branch, Terra Ultima organizes hiking tours for all levels on five continents as well as non technical summit climbs with professional guides.

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