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Features and Highlights

A family shares a picnic in front of a white and red lighthouse.  
Cap de Bon-Désir Interpretation and Observation Centre

About 100 visitors have gathered in an outdoor auditorium. In front of them, an interpretive guide provides explanations, with the St. Lawrence River as a backdrop.  
Marine Environment Discovery Centre

Two sisters and their mother on a wooden lookout observe the landscape.  
Pointe-Noire Interpretation and Observation Centre

Two women sitting on the red chairs installed by Parks Canada on a rocky cape while enjoying some tea in a thermos and using binoculars to watch marine mammals.  
Featured Activities

A young girl discovers the contents of a coloured bird house containing clues for a game.  
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Saguenay–St. Lawrence
Marine Park

Visitor scanning the horizon from the shore
Scan the horizon from the shore and find yourself uttering a cry of joy when you suddenly spot a whale! Then, a pod of beluga whales shines white as they pop to the surface - you feel as if you’re a privileged spectator at a one-of-a -kind show! Recognized as one of the best places worldwide for whale watching, the Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park offers a range of experiences that are out of the ordinary.

Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park Logo
The Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park has the distinctive feature of being managed jointly by the governments of Canada and Quebec in association with local bodies. Parks Canada and Parcs Québec have collaborated to create a website to help the public learn about, appreciate and discover the natural and cultural riches of the Saguenay St. Lawrence Marine Park. Make a virtual visit to this vast area by consulting our website: