The St. Lawrence
Québec’s southern latitudes are bisected by one of the world’s longest rivers: the St. Lawrence, gateway to the Great Lakes and the North American heartland since time immemorial. From its 16th-century charting by Jacques Cartier to the present day, the mighty river has been a veritable lifeline for the Québecers who made their homes on its shores. Open and welcoming, ever-present but forever on the move—just like Québec—the St. Lawrence is your invitation to fascinating discoveries.
Why You Need to Visit Bonaventure Island and Perce Rock - Adventure Family Travel - Wandering Wagars
The National Park of Bonaventure Island and Perce Rock is a great family destination located in picturesque Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec.
Explore Canada Like a Local: Chasing Whales in Quebec's Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park — Vagabondish
After two days of hiking and exploring Quebec’s La Mauricie National Park, I quickly discovered that the province has plenty of stunning natural scenery to offer. My brief time in the park had quickly come to an end however. And it was now on to Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park for two nights of beach camping, whale watching, kayaking and various other uniquely Quebecois activities.Vagabondish is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission…
Road Trip to Quebec's North Coast - The Travels of BBQboy and Spanky
Road Trip to Quebec's North Coast. Seeing Quebec's beauty in Tadoussac, the Saguenay fjord, and Parc des Hautes Gorges de la Riviere Malbaie