Whale watching by Zodiac

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4.4 / 5 - 677 reviews


Duration : 2 hours
Schedule : Daily departures
Season : June 4 to october 23
Departing from : Croisières Escoumins wharf, Les Escoumins

Escape the crowds with this authentic whale watching tour in the middle of the St. Lawrence River. Climb aboard a Zodiac in Les Escoumins, 30 minutes from Tadoussac.

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 their passion and knowledge of these marine mammals.


Season Adult 5 to 12 yrs old 3 to 4 yrs old 0 to 2 yrs old
Season (2023) 53 37 0 are not accepted

* The price includes a 2-hour cruise aboard a 12, 24 or 48 passenger zodiac, isothermal clothing, the service of a guide and taxes.
* To be accepted on board, children must weigh at least 10 kg, even if they are 3 and over.
* Children must be accompanied by an adult.
* This activity is prohibited for pregnant women and not recommended for anyone with back, joint or autonomy problems.
* Possibility to leave from the Tadoussac wharf, upon request.


35, rue des Pilotes, Les Escoumins, (QC)

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whale watching

Sandi Armitage Wednesday October 9, 2019

Whale watching tour was to leave from Les Escoumins rather than in Tadoussac where we were staying - we decided not to go as it meant driving the same road ( about 30 minutes each way) 2 extra times

worth the time to see up close

Laura Dyson Monday August 12, 2019

Be sure to ask for help if you do not speak French as it seems to be assumed that you speak French unless noted. The guides spent time making sure we heard all the information once we asked. This is not the best trip for small children as most of them on the boat cried much of the time.

Amazing experience.

Anonymous Monday July 30, 2018

Our guides had more respect for the whales than some other organisations - as we saw how other boats went much closer to the whales than probably was good for them. In the boot we were als the last in the row to board, which ment we had to sit in the middle - so we couldn’t see always as much as the other people at some moments. But still we got to see enough whales (and a nice tail!) to be very impressed!