Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve of Canada
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:
By car: take Highway 138 from Quebec (approximately 870 km from Quebec to Havre-Saint-Pierre)
By bus: 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 : Some airline companies serve the region. Up to Sept-Iles: Air Canada (1-888-247-2262) http://www.aircanada.ca. From Sept-Iles to Havre-Saint-Pierre: Air Labrador (1-800-563-3042), http://www.airlabrador.com
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: