How to get there
The Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve of Canada is comprised of some 1000 islands and islets scattered between the mouth of the Saint-Jean River (near Longue-Pointe-de-Mingan), to the west, and the Aganus River (near Aguanish), to the east. The park reserve has a surface area of about 110 km2 and extends for nearly 150 km along the north shore of the St. Lawrence.
Road Map © Parks Canada
Getting to the region:
take Highway 138 from Quebec (approximately 870 km from Quebec to Havre-Saint-Pierre)
Autobus Intercar links Quebec to Havre-Saint-Pierre via Sept-Iles (Information: Ste-Foy 418-650-0087; Quebec 418-525-3000; Baie-Comeau 418-296-6921; Sept-Iles 418-962-2126). http://www.intercar.qc.ca
By plane :
Air Canada (1-888-247-2262) aircanada.ca
Air Labrador (1-800-563-3042) airlabrador.com
Air Liaison (1-888-589-8972) airliaison.ca
Pascan Aviation (1-888-885-8777) pascan.com
Provincial AirLines (1-866-962-0380) provincialairlines.ca
By boat :
the Croisières Relais Nordik Inc. line links Rimouski, Sept-Îles, Port-Menier, Havre-Saint-Pierre, Anticosti island and the Lower North Shore with the Nordik Express (1-800-463-0680)
Please contact these companies to find out about routes and schedules.
Getting to the islands:
Maritime transport services to the islands are available from different points on the mainland. See the list of Maritime Transport Services.
More information about the islands: