Black bear watching

Travel reviews
4.4 / 5 - 226 reviews

Description

Duration: 4 hours
Schedule: 11:00 a.m.
Season: June 01 to Oct. 10
Departing from: St-Aimé-des-Lacs

Venture into the backcountry of Charlevoix with the "bear whisperer" to discover a well-known inhabitant of the Quebec forest, the black bear.

Upon your arrival you will meet your trapper-guide, a wildlife enthusiast who can teach you all about the habitat and habits of the black bear.

Then from the shelter of a viewing tower, in complete safety and protected from the elements, you will be able to observe and photograph this impressive mammal from a distance of less than 20 metres. 

It is always spectacular to witness the strength, agility, ingeniousness and dexterity that the bear displays in his natural habitat.

This authentic experience will be among the highlights of your trip to Canada!

Rates

Season Adult 6 to 12 yrs old 0 to 5 yrs old
2023/06/01 to 2023/10/08 $66 $36 $0

* The rate includes a guide as well as the applicable taxes.
* Not recommended for children under 5 years-old (due to the need to stay still and very quiet for the duration).
* To get to the observation point, you will have to walk for about 15 minutes. Your guide will tell you about the area's flora and fauna.
* This is a group activity (maximum of 12 people).
* Bring a light lunch with you.

Location

150 Chemin du pied des Monts, St-Aimé-des-Lacs, (QC)

Travel reviews

Travel reviews

4.4 / 5 according to 226 reviews
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fabulous

Laura Dyson Monday August 12, 2019

No English spoken here. Tour is completely in French so do not expect any English. Even with that, the experience is fantastic!

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Patrick Dujardin Tuesday October 18, 2022

(Translated by Google) It was the end of the season but we were lucky enough to see a few bears. The explanations of our guide were perfect. Antoine is a passionate

Stunning

Philippe Bregowy Wednesday October 12, 2022

(Translated by Google) Very professional welcome, a superb moment shared with the bears