Cap-de-Bon-Desir Interpretation and Observation Centre, Les Bergeronnes

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4.7/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web
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  • Already the landscape is beautiful, the color of the rocks Recalling the coast of granite rose in Britain. Then you could admire this day there (morning of September 2) several porpoises, minke whales and a few large Beluga, moving close to the shore. Icing on the cake, Gaspar, the humpback whale was present and could follow her to the away for nearly an hour. On-site, several guides to the Observation Center comment, lead and learn. Only downside: we're parked at the campsite for $ 9 per person! and then access the spot is at times quite dangerous (risk of slipping).
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  • What an experience! Very friendly staff. Guides to the eye expert, and present to help us to recognize the various species. Upon our arrival, we observed mass of minke whales and seals! We had the chance to observe, quite closely, throughout the morning various species like Beluga, a blue whale...! We were hesitant to do a zodiac excursion, we are not disappointed with our choice. We are still amazed by this day. Provide warm clothes even in the middle of the summer. Recommended for all lovers of nature. Hoping that luck is with you ;-)
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  • This National Park is great to see whales from the shore. We had good weather, but also less weather can you sheltered the whale watching. We saw the Minke whales near longer swimming and in the distance, whales and even a blue whale. Must see
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  • Very nice spot. I used to go there with my parents as a kid. You can just lay on the rocks and watch the whales pass right in front of your eyes. Don't miss out on this.
  • The whales swim relatively close to the shore since the river is very deep at that point. Inexpensive way to watch whales. Guides explain details about whales. Divers bring up some animals from the river to show them to you.
  • Great experiences with kids and very instructive.
  • To visit - it's worth the detour. Beautiful view of the St. Lawrence. The river is beautiful and also banks. You can see whales sometimes.
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