- Explore one of Quebec’s most glorious natural destinations
- Chance to see the immense blue whale in the wild
The Saguenay - St. Lawrence Marine Park was the first completely marine national park in Canada. As the Saguenay River meets the St. Lawrence River, the waters mix and a rich food supply is stirred up that attracts several species of whale including minke, beluga, fun and even the occasional blue whale. As a consequence, this park is one of the best places in all of Canada for whale-watching tours. Departing from the village of Tadoussac, you’ll join a professional guide on a voyage through the marine ecosystems, with ample opportunity to see whale and other wildlife, before heading into the majestic Saguenay Fjord.
This 65-mile long fjord reaches 2.5 miles in width at times, and was formed by moving ice sheets thousands of years ago. The geological formations here are nothing short of awe-inspiring, and the national park around it is filled with wildlife such as black bear, wolf, seal and peregrine falcon. This Quebec gift experience provides simply astonishing panoramic views at all times, if you love sightseeing out in nature, and have always wanted to see whales in their native habitat, then just click the button to explore this spectacular marine environment.