Duration: 2 hours
Schedule: 8:00 a.m., 10:15 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and/or 4:30 p.m. depending on season
Season: May 2 to October 25
Departing from: Tadoussac wharf
A whale-watching excursion in the middle of the St. Lawrence River: an experience not to be missed!
Admire the different species of whales that are seasonal visitors to the St. Lawrence, as well as the only one that stays all year round, the beluga whale.
You will also discover three species of seals that frequent these waters. You will be accompanied by a biologist guide, who will be happy to share her passion and knowledge of these marine mammals.
|Season||Adult||5 to 12 yrs old||0 to 4 yrs old|
177, rue des Pionniers, Tadoussac, (QC)
We weren't alone
(Translated by Google) 5 Zodiacs running after a poor whale for 2 breaths every 15 minutes, that takes away a bit of authenticity. However, the walk on the St Laurent itself is very pleasant.
(Translated by Google) We were very lucky: a whale came to meet us and dive in front of us
(Translated by Google) A zodiac cruise where we had the chance to see a lot of whales. The guides were really on top, mixing humor and information. An unforgettable moment