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Adventures in nature - Whale watching

One of the best places in the world to go whale watching.

  • Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park
    For 20 years now, the Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park has been helping us appreciate one of the most spectacular and fascinating natural environments in North America. It protects an exceptional biodiversity where more than 1,800 marine species, from microscopic plankton to the gigantic blue whale, flourish. The marine park, one of the best places in the world to go whale watching, gives visitors the chance to admire sea mammals either from land-based observation sites or guided boat tours with several possible starting points on the fjord and St. Lawrence Estuary. Fans of hiking, sailing, and sea kayaking love this incredible destination. Keep an eye on our web page to find out about events related to the park’s 20th anniversary celebrations.


  • Pointe-Noire Interpretation and Observation Centre
    Pointe-Noire, near the Baie-Sainte-Catherine ferry, is the ideal place to watch belugas and minke whales swimming along the shore. Entrance is free of charge for children aged 17 and under.

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182 Rue de l'Église

Parc marin du Saguenay--Saint-Laurent

Whale watching
Km 571, Route 138

Pointe-Noire Interpretation and Observation Centre