Observation Cap-Bon-Désir

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From the rocks at Cap de Bon-Désir, you can observe up to 13 species of whales, including the endangered St. Lawrence beluga. There, right in front of you, you could even see a blue whale, the largest marine mammal that has ever existed on the planet. Enjoy a timeless moment and guaranteed thrills. The St. Lawrence Estuary mixes fresh water from the River and salt water from the Gulf. The characteristics of the Estuary make it a rich environment harbouring a wide variety of life forms. Cap de Bon-Désir is a unique spot to learn about navigation on the St. Lawrence and the diversity of marine life. Bring along a picnic, warm clothing and binoculars. And keep your eyes peeled! The site is open from June 20 to October 12, 2020. No camping or overnight parking.

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