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Rv In The North Shore – Life In The Fun Lane! 9n/10d

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  • 9 Nights - 10 Days
  • Double Occ.
  • June 17 - September 14, 2023

Rv In The North Shore – Life In The Fun Lane! 9n/10d

STARTING AT $809 PER PERSON in double occ. + applicable taxes and fees.

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PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • 9 nights in campground
  • Activities and excursions:
    • - Kayaking excursion, Mer et Monde (Tadoussac)
    • - Cruise in the Seven Islands, Croisière du Capitaine (Sept-Iles)
    • - Manitou Falls and COSTE welcome cocktail (Rivière-su-Tonnerre)
    • - Road trip audio companion on CD or USB key (Rivière-su-Tonnerre)
    • - Guided visit of historic church with a local Coaster (Rivière-su-Tonnerre)
    • - Cruise in the Mingan Islands – Loiselle (Longue-Pointe-de-Mingan)
    • - Admission to Parc de l’Archipel (Havre-Saint-Pierre)
    • - Mingan Island excursion (Havre-Saint-Pierre)

DOES NOT INCLUDE:

  • Tips and gratuities
  • Travel and cancelation insurance
  • Baggage handling fees
  • $20 contribution in support of the Co-Op for Sustainable Tourism
  • Applicable taxes and fees
PRACTICAL TIPS:

BE SURE TO BRING:

Hiking boots, rain gear, wool sweater, windbreaker, binoculars, short and long pants, camera, batteries, flashlight, personal medication, sunglasses, pocket knife, daypack, driver’s license, proof of insurance (FAQ 27 if applicable) for rental car.

REMEMBER: There is no cellular service between Sept-Iles and Longue-Pointe-de-Mingan and between Havre-Saint-Pierre and Natashquan. Not all villages sell gas. The long distances between gas stations means you must refuel in the villages that offer the service before leaving for the next destination. Be careful – there is wildlife on the road!.

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Tour Plan

DAY 1TADOUSSAC

LODGING: CAMPING TADOUSSAC
428, du Bateau Passeur, Tadoussac 418 235-4501
Arrive after 2pm
Water, sewerage, electricity (30 or 50 amps) – With or without panoramic view

EXCURSION: MER ET MONDE – EXCURSION EN KAYAK DE MER (activity lasts 3h 15m)
4PM 148, rue du Bord de l’Eau
Tadoussac, Qc G0T 2A0 418 232-6779

DAY 2TADOUSSAC - BAIE-COMEAU (199 KM)

LODGING: CAMPING BORÉAL
300 route 138, Baie-Comeau, G4R 0A7
418-296-6949

SUGGESTIONS: PARC NATURE DE POINTE-AUX-OUTARDE

DAY 3BAIE-COMEAU - SEPT-ILES (229 KM)

LODGING: CAMPING LAUREN-VAL (km 1027)
1000, rue fournier, Moisie – 418-927-2899
 : 418-927-2899

EXCURSION: CRUISE IN THE SEPT-ÎLES ARCHIPELAGO with Croisières du Capitaine
Find the Captain at the marina, on the boardwalk/Arnaud Ave. 418 968 2173.

SUGGESTIONS: PORT-CARTIER

SEPT-ILES:

Visit to the Old Trading Post and Regional Museum – Musée régional de la Côte-Nord | L’art, notre passion, vos découvertes ! (museeregionalcotenord.ca)

Parc Aylmer-Whittom (Rivière des Rapides sector), affectionately known as Squirrel Park, an enchanting natural site on the west side of the city.

Les Sentiers de la Nature (approx. 4 km long) link the western part of the Ferland sector (parking lot at the end of Grands-Ducs Street) to Parc Aylmer Whittom.

On foot or by bicycle, you can access the observation towers and the floating bridge that reveal the secrets of the salt marshes and the animals that find refuge there. In the wooded area, interpretation panels provide information about this typically North Shore ecosystem.

Ruisseau Bois-Joli Community Garden – – non-profit organization supported by the City of Sept-Îles. Approximately 5 km of trails through a dozen thematic gardens, crossed by a pleasant stream – 99 Chanterelles Street, Ferland sector.

Stroll the Boardwalk and enjoy a crab club at the Casse-croûte du Pêcheur, a snackbar shaped like a lobster trap! Nearby is Chez Omer, a great fish and seafood restaurant and Café Bistro Chez Edgar, with yummy eats.

DAY 4SEPT-ILES - LONGUE POINTE DE MINGAN (172 KM)

LODGING: CAMPING DE LA MINGANIE
109, rue Bord de la mer, Longue Pointe de Mingan 418-949-2307
https://tourisme-loiselle.com/

ACTIVITIES / EXCURSIONS

SUGGESTION:
RIVIÈRE-AU-TONNERRE:
Petit and Grand Saut Falls – Enjoy a short hike to the falls whose crashing and booming may have inspired the village’s name.

DAY 5LONGUE POINTE DE MINGAN - HAVRE ST-PIERRE (46 KM)

LODGING: HAVRE-SAINT-PIERRE CAMPGROUND
1730 rue Boréale – 418-538-2415

EXCURSION: 3,5H CRUISE IN THE MINGAN ARCHIPELAGO with the Loiselle Family
Makes 2 stops. Discover Îles aux Perroquets (1h stopover), Îles de la Maison, Île du Wreck and Île Nue (1h 30m stopover)
109 Bord de la mer, Longue-Pointe-de-Mingan – 418-949-2307

Nous joindre – Contactez la Famille Loiselle pour planifier votre séjour en Minganie (tourisme-loiselle.com)

SUGGESTIONS: LONGUE-POINTE-DE-MINGAN
Mingan Island Cetacean Study Interpretation Centre (MICS)
418-949-2845  Contact — MICS (rorqual.com)

MINGAN (EKUANITSHIT)
Maison De La Culture Innue
Maison de la culture Innue – (maisoncultureinnue.com)

DAY 6HAVRE ST-PIERRE - NATASHQUAN (154 KM)

LODGING: CAMPING CHEMIN FAISANT – water, sewerage and electricity (30 or 50 amps)
Route 138, Natashquan   418 726-3697
Camping municipal Chemin Faisant (tourismecote-nord.com)

SUGGESTIONS: HAVRE-SAINT-PIERRE

  • Lunch at Restaurant la Promenade
  • Buy seafood for supper at the Poissonnerie du Havre
  • Visit the Maison de la Culture Roland Jomphe (Cultural Center)
  • Take a photo at the Montagne Ronde rest stop (km 1244)
  • Hike along the Cap Ferré (km 1232)

BAIE-JOHAN-BEETZ

  • Take a selfie at the iconic Maison Johan Beetz
  • Replenish supplies at Les Choix de Marquerite Co-Op, a community-owned, full-service stop for gas, food, beer and wine, etc

NATASHQUAN

Where Innu from the Nutashkuan community and Acadians now live side by side. The village was made famous by the Quebec poet-singer Gilles Vigneault and this “little village with a big name” pays homage to him.

  • Stop at Destination Natashquan’s Welcome Centre
  • Visit La Vieille École museum and Le Bord du Cap Interpretation Centre.
  • Visit the restored Magasins du Galet where fishers stored their nets and gear
  • Enjoy the sunset from the deck of the Café-Bistro l’Échourie, located on the beach.

KEGASKA

Continue driving East another 44 km on the final, unpaved section of Route 138 to the village of Kegaska, gateway to the isolated region of Quebec’s Lower North Shore. The name Kegaska is from the Montagnais language and refers to the bay on either side of the point. A trading post in 1831, Kegaska saw the arrival of 13 Acadian families between 1852 and 1860. Following a serious epidemic that decimated the population in the winter of 1871, the Cayens deserted Kegaska for Havre-Saint-Pierre, giving up their fishing facilities to Newfoundlanders. Since October 2013, Kegaska is connected by road to the rest of the province of Quebec. Fishing is the main economy of this small English-speaking village.

  • Short hike to the site of the shipwrecked Brion
  • Stroll the magnificent blond sandy beach that stretches around the bay
  • Watch the crab boats land their catch

DAY 7NATASQUAN - HAVRE-ST-PIERRE (154 KM)

LODGING: HAVRE-SAINT-PIERRE CAMPGROUND

EXCURSION: 3-HOUR CRUISE IN THE CENTRAL SECTOR OF THE MINGAN ARCHIPELAGO with Services Maritimes Boréales in Havre-Saint-Pierre. Visit Quarry and Niapiskau islands.
Departure time to be confirmed at time of booking

SUGGESTIONS:

  • Paddle Board to Île-au-Marteau
  • Hike the Cap Ferré trail (km 1232)

DAY 8HAVRE-ST-PIERRE À BAIE-COMEAU (449KM)

LODGING: CAMPING BORÉAL (3 services)
300 rte 138, Baie-Comeau – 418-296-6949

SUGGESTIONS:

  • Restaurant le Cache d’Amélie – for top dining North of the 49th parallel
  • Microbrasserie St-Pancrace – great local beer in a fun setting

DAY 9BAIE-COMEAU - TADOUSSAC (199KM)

LODGING: TADOUSSAC CAMPGROUND (3 services)
428, du Bateau passeur
Tel. : 1-418-235-4501

SUGGESTIONS :

Centre d’interprétation des mammifères marins
108, rue de la Cale Sèche
Tél. : 418-235-4701

Parc Marin du Saguenay St-Laurent
Tél. : 418-235-4703

Parc National Fjord Saguenay
91, rue Notre Dame,
Tél. : 418-235-1556

Petite chapelle de Tadoussac
Rue du bord de l’eau,
Tél. : 418-235-4324

Poste de traite Chauvin
157 du Bord de l’eau
Tél. : 418-235-4657

La Galouine, Auberge & restaurant
251, rue des pionniers
Tél. : 418-235-4380

Croisière Issipit
Quai des Bergeronnes
Tél. : 418-232-6778

Mer et Monde écotours
20, rue Jalbert
tél. : 418-232-6779

Croisières du Fjord
Marina Tadoussac
tél. : 418-543-7630

DAY 10DÉPART DE TADOUSSAC

End of package and return home.

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