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Fall in Bonaventure

Fall in Bonaventure

Autumnal landscape, by the sea

Fall in Bonaventure

Early fall is the best time to enjoy the great outdoors in Bonaventure. You can witness first-hand one of the spectacles Canada is famous for: watch as the leaves turn from green to red, to gold, and finally to brown. Head out on a hike in Carleton or Maria and admire the fall colours in the background, or visit the Bioparc wildlife park in Bonaventure and watch the animals prepare for winter. If you’re daring, paddle down the Bonaventure River and take in the breathtaking scenery.

Bioparc wildlife park

Stop off at the Bioparc wildlife park in Bonaventure and watch the animals prepare for winter.

Musée acadien du Québec à Bonaventure

We suggest you visit the Musée acadien du Québec in Bonaventure, where you can learn more about our rich Acadian heritage through several different activities.

Hiking in Carleton and Maria

Head to Carleton and Maria, just 75 km from Bonaventure. Here you’ll find plenty of natural sites and attractions. There are hiking trails approximately 30-km-long that have incredible views over the Baie des Chaleurs, as well as the Gaspésian and New-Brunswickian coast. There are trails for intermediates and beginners. There are about ten interlinked, groomed trails that lead to the top of the Mont Saint-Joseph (555 metres) and the Mont Carleton (613 metres), with plenty of viewpoints along the way.

Multifunctional pathway along the bay

Make the most of the great outdoors; why not hire a bike or roller skates from Intersport and head out on the 4-km-long multipurpose trail? The trail runs along the Baie des Chaleurs so you can take in the fantastic view while stretching your legs. A must in Bonaventure!

Paddle down the Bonaventure River

The Bonaventure River is one of the top 10 clearest rivers in the world! Kayak or canoe down the crystalline river with Cime Aventures, who offer a range of guided and rapid-free activities for beginners.

Banc-de-Pêche-de-Paspébiac historical site

Visit the Banc-de-Pêche-de-Paspébiac historical site and learn how the fishing trade developed on the east coast.

Parc National de Miguasha

Visit the Parc National de Miguasha, just an hour and a half’s drive from Bonaventure; it’s a park and a museum! The Parc National de Miguasha protects and showcases a site where you can find an abundance of fossilized fish and plants; it’s also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There’s a scientific exposition in the museum that takes museumgoers on a trip back 380 million years in time!

Ferme Bourdages Tradition

Visit the Ferme Bourdages Tradition, a farm that specializes in growing strawberries and producing strawberry wine.

RIÔTEL BONAVENTURE

Riôtel Bonaventure is the ideal point of departure if you want to explore the Baie des Chaleurs and stay in a superb seaside location. You’ll feel the warmth and friendliness as soon as you step through the front door: you’ll be greeted with efficiency and professionalism! The bedrooms are comfortable and equipped with everything travelers need. The hotel restaurant serves true Gaspésian food. You’re guaranteed to love its location: right on the seafront, close to the 4 km trail and local businesses. Simple, well-being!

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