Things to do
It’s hard to choose from among the area’s many exciting activities! Ask a diver live questions as he films the seabed for you, or take the plunge and explore the waters at your leisure. Are you intrigued by the small creatures found on the seashore or are you more interested in eyeing the horizon in the hopes of seeing a huge whale? You love adventure and want to explore with your own boat or by kayak? In every case, this is a spectacular region of natural wonders.
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With the Club Parka booklet kids can explore, learn and have fun! 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
Paddle the black waters of the fjord, ride along the upper estuary islands and observe the breath of the great whales in the Estuary. Discover the Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park and travel through three magnificent and captivating ecosystems.
We sail on the marine park along with the winds, tides and currents. Dug during the last ice age, the Saguenay Fjord is lined with cliffs reaching 300 metres. The St. Lawrence estuary offers a challenge to boaters that will discover a landscape dotted with islands and inhabited by an impressive wildlife.
What fun it is to hear a whale blow or catch a glimpse of this incredible animal at the water's surface! From aboard a boat, take in the fascinating spectacle of marine animals. Get ready for a seaside experience in the kingdom of whales, seals and seabirds. Each sea outing is unique!
Dive into the heart of magnificently coloured gardens and discover animal life below the surface. The cold salt waters of the St. Lawrence estuary are home to a varied, impressive marine life.
All summer long, Parks Canada offers you discovery activities at its centers located along the Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park : the Pointe-Noire and Cap de Bon-Désir Interpretation and Observation Centres and at the Marine Environment Discovery Centre.