From 478$ /family (2 adults and 2 children)*
From 216$ /pers. in double occ.*
* Price for information only. This Explore Québec package is offered to you thanks to the financial support of the Ministère du Tourisme.
3 days | 2 nights
D1 | Arrival in Rimouski (2 nights)
Your stay begins with a comprehensive visit to the Pointe-au-Père maritime historic site, including the Empress of Ireland Museum, the Onondaga Submarine and the Pointe-au-Père Lighthouse National Historic Site. The Empress of Ireland Museum welcomes you in an immersive exhibition! Through four large areas, you will discover the history of this liner: the dives on the wreck, the testimony of the passengers and their descendants, its terrible sinking in 1914 which claimed 1,012 victims in just 14 minutes, as well as objects of the past testifying to life on board and the construction of the ship in 1906. Visit the first submarine accessible to the public in Canada and enter this steel mastodon of 90 meters, to discover the daily life of the 70 men who lived there confined for months (visit available if sanitary measures allow).
D2 | Saint-Narcisse-de-Rimouski
Discover the Gates of Hell Canyon today! Beginning with the 20-meter-high Grand Sault Falls, the Gates of Hell Canyon stretches for nearly 5 kilometers between narrow and steep walls sometimes reaching 90 meters in height. A network of 1 to 20 kilometers of hiking trails allows you to discover unique panoramas and have access to the highest suspended footbridge in Quebec, 63 meters high and 99 meters long. Activities for the whole family await you: Les Portes d’Oniria, the enchanted path, the labyrinth of Hell and a geocaching rally. In the evening, go in search of the Doors of Oniria and gain access to an enchanted universe on the fringes of reality. A larger-than-life immersive adventure in which imagination and technology meet to create magic (available on certain dates only).
D3 | Rimouski – Return
Take advantage of your last day in the region to take an excursion to Île Saint-Barnabé, located 4 km east of Rimouski, to hike and observe great blue herons and seals. You could also take a trip to the Bic National Park, which offers an impressive collection of islets, reefs and cliffs sculpted by the sea and the centuries. The territory bears witness to a great natural diversity and it is possible to observe gray and harbor seals.