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.

Abundant flora and fauna await you on the North Shore where wildlife observation and outdoor activity fans can also spot moose, black bears, wolves, lynx and a number of other species. Also discover the Manicouagan-Uapishka World Biosphere Reserve or the Manic 5 Daniel Johnson Dam, some of the largest of their kind in the world. Whale and other marine mammals can be observed by zodiac or sea kayak. From Tadoussac to Les Escoumins, on your next whale-watching adventure different Adventure Écotourisme Québec member outfitters offer great visitor experiences combining a night in a campsite or chalet, with riverside views of the St. Lawrence.

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