Extending from Tadoussac to Baie-Trinite, with Fermont and Baie-Comeau in between, Cote-Nord Manicouagan is an amazing area to visit year-round.
If you love the outdoors, best food, beaches, SUP boards, and adventure, you will fully enjoy the area attractions, including the Jardin des Glaciers, the Manic five dam, and whale-watching excursions.
Lake Manicouagan Quebec
Manicouagan is a hotspot for observing whales and other marine mammals, as well as for kayaking, thanks to the region’s numerous bays and coves.
The Parc nature de Pointe-aux-Qutardes nature park provides 8 ecosystems for you to explore: dune saltwater marsh, red-pine forest, alder grove, red-pine forest, peatland, sandy, and beach tideland.
The area also boasts a big offering of biking and hiking trails.
The Veloroute des Baleines bicycle route will take you via silent villages and tucked-away corners from Tadoussac to Baie-Trinite.
Looking for a fully different lodging experience? Sleep in a cabin perched in the treetops or a bubble suspended 8 meters off the ground at Canopee lit. or took the cozy comfort of a ready-to-camp yurt at, in Sacré-Coeur.
Mer at Monde Ecotours in Les Bergeronnes and the ZEC in Godbout also provide ready-to-camp tents.
Canada Park Marine
Les Escoumis, the Canada park marine environment discovery center’s diving base, is one of the charming scuba diving sites in North America.
The chill saltwater provides life to the multicolored seascapes, particularly in the St. Lawrence Estuary.
In Baie-Comeau, there are 2 attractions you must visit. The first is the Jardin des Glaciers.
This glacier park has won many Grands Prix du Tourisme awards and, with its renowned valley of shells, tell the story of the final big ice age, 20,000 years ago.
The second is the St-Pancrace, where you will discover craft beers with a typical domestic taste.