Beneath the surface of the water lies one of the most beautiful underwater landscapes in North America. Admire the landscape and watch the whales from the shore.

Visiting with Young Children? Explore with Club Parka!

With the Photo Missions App, kids are invited to help Parka and Chirp find and photograph specific items found at our place! Download the app for free before visiting.  

Learn more about Parka and download other activities! Download the free Photo Missions App

Hours of operation

The site is open from June 20 to October 12, 2020.
Complete schedule

Fees

Free admission for youth.
Other fees still apply.
Detailed fees list

Contact us

Telephone: 418-235-4414
Email: pc.infossl@canada.ca

A diver under the water, letting bubbles escape.

St. Lawrence live!

Take control of an underwater mission in the Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park. Follow divers through sound and high-definition, live-streaming images.

Sites nearby

  • A guide interpreter holds a starfish while a young girl touches it carefully with her fingers.
    Cap-de-Bon-Desir Interpretation and Observation Centre

    Observe whales, seals and marine birds from the shore. During the summer, take part in activities related to the marine fauna. Tour the exhibition to learn about the history of the lighthouse and its keepers.

  • Pointe-Noire Interpretation and Observation Centre

    From atop Pointe-Noire, admire the sheer cliffs of the Saguenay Fjord and beautiful Tadoussac Bay. In the summer, a whale could surface at any time. Visit the exhibition and talk to a guide to learn more about this fascinating place.

  • Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve

    The first word that springs to mind at the mention of the Mingan Archipelago is “remote”. Far from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, Mother Nature enchants with limestone sculptures, prolific marine and bird life, and the seductive sound of the sea.

  • Pointe-au-Père Lighthouse National Historic Site

    The Pointe-au-Père navigational aid station, among the most important in Canada, helps us better understand the complexity of the St. Lawrence River and the role played by its lighthouse, one of the tallest in the country.