image004 DSC_5691 IMG_0359Bonaventure Island

Fascinating and beautiful, Bonaventure Island has the largest gannet colony in North America and the most accessible in the world. Around 70,000 gannets
nest there. Bonaventure Island along with Percé Rock became a Conservation Park in 1972. It provides shelter to more than 175 species of birds. Hiking trails and ancestral homes will certainly delight visitors.

Percé Rock

Percé Rock is the most famous natural wonder in Québec. Measuring 88 metres height and 438 metres length, impress the visitors. A guided excursion ($) to the Rock at low tide will certainly be one of the highlights of your trip.

This block of limestone was formed at the bottom of the ocean during the Devonian period, some 375 million years ago.

Activities suggestions

  • The Crevice
  • Mount Sainte-Anne
  • The Grotto
  • Swimming in Emerald River
  • Whale watching and sea mammals excursions
  • Excursion to Bonaventure Island with landing
  • Sea fishing
  • Impressive bird watching sites
  • Sea kayaking and sailboarding
  • Horseback riding
  •  Swimming (public pool)
  • Two 18-hole Golf courses at 40 km (Starts available at the reception desk)
  • Scuba diving
  • Collecting sea agates
  • Theatre and shows (Anse-à-Beaufils)
  • Historical Authentically 1928 General Store
  • Museum and interpretation centre
  • Art galleries and handcrafters’
  • workshops
  • Boutiques, bars, discotheques