With its large bodies of water exposed to the wind, Quebec is a favorite destination for kitesurfing enthusiasts. On Îles-de-la-Madeleine, in Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean and elsewhere in the province, several Quality-Safety certified businesses offer training in extraordinary settings to beginners and initiates alike. Learn how to handle a traction kite, how to ride the wind and how to stay on course to glide on the water like a pro!

Set out to discover the Tourisme Nunavik visitor region, and all the immensity of the tundra and taiga north of the 55th parallel. Known as Northern Quebec’s Arctic region, among other attractions Nunavik has countless lakes sculpted by glaciers, as well as Pingualuit Crater. The Inuit, Aboriginal Canadians who rely on hunting and fishing, gladly share their traditions and culture with you, guiding you around Nunavik on foot, by dog-sled or snowmobile, and taking you out to see the magnificent aurora borealis in one of Nunavut’s three Quebec National Parks ? Parc national des Pingualuit, Parc national Kuururjuaq and Parc national Tursujuq. The habitat of seals, polar bears, snowy owls, wolves, caribou and many northern bird species, this virgin territory spans 507,000 sq. km across Northern Quebec.

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