Îles de la Madeleine, also known as the Magdalen Islands, is a spectacular, windswept archipelago located in the middle of the Gulf of St Lawrence. And it’s one of Canada’s best kept travel secrets. Well, at least, to anyone who isn’t Québécois. Here’s what you need to know to plan your own trip
Québec is a supremely underrated hiking destination. The varied landscape of mountains, rugged coast and dense pine forests on Québec’s Gaspé Peninsula, in particular, is the perfect mix for great hiking opportunities. Here are six fast and fun Gaspesie, Quebec trails to try out!
Thinking of visiting the coastal side of Québec and you only have two weeks to do it? I have the perfect coastal Québec road trip itinerary for you! It has an unbeatable mix of nature, history, culture and outdoor adventure.
As the largest province in Canada, Quebec hosts a wide array of wilderness from mountainous plateaus, boreal forest to rugged coastal cliffs and lowland plains. Here’s just a few of Quebec’s parks that deserve a little more attention.
Easy to reach, navigate and explore, Gatineau Park is the perfect place to get back in touch with nature. Read on for a complete guide to camping in Quebec’s beautiful Gatineau Park.
The waterways of Canada provide almost endless opportunities for paddling, whether in a kayak or canoe. If you’re looking for a more unusual paddling adventure, check out these tried and tested suggestions!
Planning a road trip around the Gaspé Peninsula in Québec? Camping is an ideal way to get back to nature and save money at the same time. This post features three of our favourite areas for Gaspésie camping – Forillon National Park, le Parc National de la Gaspésie and Percé.
Whale watching in Tadoussac is both incredibly varied and exceptionally easy. We found four fun ways to go whale watching in Tadoussac on our recent May visit. Whether you like to be taken directly to the whales or prefer to try spotting them yourself from shore, Tadoussac is a whale watcher’s dream.