Your adventure passport

Your adventure passport

Kayak on the bank of a river

Your adventure passport

Majestic mountains, rivers, spectacular coastline… The Gaspésian landscape is breathtakingly beautiful and acts as a huge playground for thrill-seeking tourists. The Gaspé Peninsula is one of the most beautiful parts of our province and all adventurers love it!

Hiking in the Parc National de la Gaspésie; rafting and canyoning on the Réserve Faunique de Matane; offshore fishing with true Gaspésian fishermen; sea kayaking… There’s something for everyone on the Gaspé Peninsula!

Day 1

Destination: Gaspé Peninsula!

Meal and overnight accommodation at RIÔTEL MATANE

Day 2

Canyoning close to the Parc National de la Gaspésie

Spend the day canyoning close to the Parc National de la Gaspésie (1) with the Eskamer Aventure team. This fun and unique activity involves in travelling through a canyon using techniques such as abseiling down waterfalls, jumping into pools and sliding down rocks.

Meal and overnight accommodation in Sainte-Anne-des-Monts.

Day 3

Hiking in the Parc National de la Gaspésie

Drive towards Bonaventure via the Parc National de la Gaspésie (2) (264 km). Stop off at the park for a hike; there are a range of trails, from 1 km to 17 km , from beginner to expert.

Meal and overnight accommodation at RIÔTEL BONAVENTURE.

Day 4

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 (3).

Meal and overnight accommodation at RIÔTEL BONAVENTURE.

Day 5

Sea kayak around Percé Rock

Head out with the Avolo team on a sea kayaking adventure around Percé Rock (4). It truly is a unique way to see this natural wonder, as well as its flora and fauna. If you don’t have sea legs, go for a hike in the Mont Sainte-Anne and Mont-Blanc sector, where you can explore majestic mountains and discover the Grotte and the Grande Crevasse, there are also incredible views from the viewpoints on Mont Sainte-Anne. There are several different trails spanning 12 km in this sector.

Meal and overnight accommodation at RIÔTEL PERCÉ.

Day 6

Parc National de l’Île-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher-Percé

Take a boat trip out to the Parc National de l’Île-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher-Percé(7). You can get off at Bonaventure Island to admire the impressive Northern Gannet colony. There are several different hiking trails on the island of varying difficulty. Why not end the day with a swim in a magical place: the Émeraudes River in Coin-du-Banc, just a few minutes drive from Percé.

Meal and overnight accommodation at RIÔTEL PERCÉ.

Day 7

Swim with seals

Head to Forillon National Park (5) where you can head out with Plongée Forillon to snorkel with seals in their natural environment. When you leave Forillon head back towards Matane, on the way you can stop off at Éole Cap-Chat and go to the top of the highest wind turbine in the world.

Meal and overnight accommodation in Gaspé.

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