The eleven Indigenous Nations of Quebec form 55 communities that keep alive cultures dating from many thousand years. Indigenous tourism will take you on a journey into the past while living in the present through authentic experiences and traditional activities such as ice fishing, traditional food preparation and wilderness lodging. Adventure and culture seekers, take this unique opportunity to experience authenticity and learn about indigenous traditions.

The Tourisme Bas-Saint-Laurent visitor region includes the St. Lawrence River, the Appalachian mountain range, the Matapedia Valley and the new Parc national du Témiscouata. Its geographic location allows for a full range of outdoor activities in nature. In a sea kayak, discover the immensity of the St. Lawrence River and the BIC National Park’s seals or scale a cliff in beautiful Kamouraska village, at sunset. On your next bike tour, go for a spin on the region’s extensive cycling network. A world biosphere of pleasure, summer or winter this region welcomes visitors to enjoy a number of outdoor activities, including snowshoeing and dog-sledding.

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