The Parks Canada official site where you will find all information necessary to your trip planning.
The Route bleue de la Gaspésie is a 700 km-long waterway around the peninsula with more than 150 boat launches, rest and emergency areas, sanitary stations and must-see tourist attractions to answer the needs of kayak and boat enthusiasts.
A campground with a view on the gulf of St. Lawrence. Located in the village of Anse-au-Griffon.
More than a bed and breakfast , a pied à terre in Gaspé! Ancestral home, warm and welcoming, located halfway between Gaspé and majestic Forillon National Park.
The Chalets du Parc are all-equiped cottages, with some offering a spectacular view of the Bay of Gaspé.
A camping located in Rivière-au-Renard. 117 sites in a natural setting that will charm you.
Our cozy chalets and our wild campground located near Forillon park, will fill your stay in all simplicity ..
Canyoning, famous activity of the summer of the adventure hostel. Fishing at sea, the perfect opportunity to fish for mackerel and cod. Bike rental and snorkelling equipment to explore the area.
Science and Research
The GREMM’s site, a non-profit organization founded in 1985, dedicated to scientific research on the marine mammals of the St. Lawrence and education for the conservation of the marine environment.
Find out more about the Leatherback Sea Turtle and other species of sea turtles encountered in the Gulf and Estuary of St. Lawrence. You are invited to contact this research group to report all sightings of sea turtles in Québec.
Mr Oktay Kaya is an animal photographer who frequently boards our vessel to capture images of the Bay of Gaspé whales. Witness his passion for whales by visiting his web site.