Fly over the Mingan Archipelago and land on Anticosti, in the heart of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The Island can rightly be called The Flagship of the St. Lawrence.
Here you will see what remains of the first settlement of the famous French chocolatier, Henri Menier, who made this majestic island his kingdom. A place full of treasures, cascades, fossils, and mysterious caves; an island once nicknamed the “Cemetery of the Gulf” because of the many shipwrecks on its shores.
Your guide will take you to see the natural attractions in the centre and western sectors of Anticosti including the village of Port-Menier (230 inhabitants). You will inevitably come across white-tailed deer: “You will have the chance to hand-feed the deer while you’re having your morning coffee!”