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Have an early spring getaway in Quebec!

Start planning your summer vacation to Quebec

Museums, camping trips, tourist attractions, festivals, sports, historical sites… if you want to fit everything into your vacation, planning ahead is a must. Especially if you have your sights set on regions that are a little farther on the map. Ambitious road-trippers will be rewarded with these iconic tourist attractions and one-of-a-kind experiences that are more than worth the drive.

Zoo sauvage de Saint-Félicien

Zoo sauvage de Saint-Félicien

Hop on the caged train for a four-mile ride that brings you to see the great North American mammals roaming freely. Learn about Japanese macaques, polar bears, Amur tigers and all of the other residents on a guided visit or a behind-the-scenes tour.

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The Robert-Bourassa Generating Facility

The Robert-Bourassa Generating Facility (Eeyou Istchee James Bay)

If feats of engineering are what fascinate you, a tour of this hydroelectric complex built in a stunning Northern landscape is sure to be captivating. Free tours provide you with tons of information as well as an opportunity to admire the magnificent northern landscapes that surround this colossal construction.

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Centre nautique l’Istorlet

Centre nautique l’Istorlet 
(Îles de la Madeleine)

This vacation centre is focused on nautical sports and a thrilling time for the whole family. Prepare for a sea of adventure whether you choose an expedition to go diving among the seals or a nighttime activity to see the cliffs and the lighthouses. You could also take a guided sea kayaking tour of the mysterious caves.

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The Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve of Canada

The Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve of Canada (Côte-Nord)

Majestic, impressive, mind-blowing: these are just some of the words used to describe this national park. It has about thirty limestone islands and more than a thousand granitic islands and small islands that can be explored endlessly. Rich environments let you observe several species of seabirds, Atlantic puffins, seals and many more animals.

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The Malartic Mineralogical Museum

This museum is dedicated to promoting geology and mineralogy and to helping visitors learn more about the region’s mining projects. Visit the largest open-pit gold mine in Canada; you’ll be impressed with the size of the mine and the equipment used on site and you’ll get to bring home memories worth all the gold in the world!

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