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Départ pour la croisière d'observation des baleines

Photos of the whale watching cruise at Tadoussac

Tadoussac is a must for whale watching. Located at the mouth of the Saguenay Fjord, the whales find abundant food to build up their fat reserves for the winter thanks to the presence of three underwater currents that favor the development of plankton and all sorts of small crustaceans and fish. An encounter with the […]

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Magnifique arc-en-ciel devant la chute Montmorency

Photos of La Chute Montmorency, Quebec

The Parc de la Chute Montmorency is located a few minutes from Quebec City. Between river and cliffs, it is one of the most spectacular sites in the province. With its 83 meters height, 30 meters higher than Niagara Falls, the imposing Montmorency Falls dominates the landscape. You can discover it on foot, by cable […]

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Avion sur la rivière Saint-Maurice

Photos of a small seaplane tour with Hydravion Aventure

Who has never dreamed of flying like the bird and enjoying a unique and striking view of the world we know only from below? In Quebec, in the heart of the magnificent Mauricie region, not far from Trois-Rivières, Hydravion Aventure takes you aboard a superb seaplane for a flight over the Saint-Maurice river and the […]

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Le fort Henry a été construit pour prévenir une attaque américaine sur la pointe Henry

Photos of Fort Henry, National Historic Site in Kingston

The Fort Henry is located in Kingston, Ontario, Canada on Point Henry, a strategic point near the mouth of the Cataraqui River which empties at this point into the St. Lawrence River at the upper end of the Thousand Islands. During the War of 1812, the first fort was built here on Point Henri, primarily […]

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Les chutes du Niagara mesurent 57 mètres de hauteur

Photos of Niagara Falls, Canada side

Unquestionably one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world, Niagara Falls attracts millions of visitors each year. It’s no wonder considering its maximum height of 57 meters and the width of its most imposing section of nearly 800 meters. At its peak, 6400 cubic meters of water per second fall into the precipice of […]

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La fontaine sur le Nathan Phillips Square

Photos of Toronto, at the foot of the glittering skyscrapers

Toronto, the country’s largest metropolis, proudly stands with its skyscrapers on the shore of Lake Ontario. Typically North American, this world-city, where 50% of the population is foreign-born, enjoys a strong economy. Its picturesque neighborhoods with their distinct identities and its world-class cultural, artistic and sports activities surprise and delight the most demanding urban tourism […]

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The Big Apple à Colborne

Photos of The Big Apple in Colborne, Ontario

The Big Apple welcomes more than 500,000 visitors each year and is synonymous with fun for all. All outdoor activities are free, including mini putt, shuffleboard, ping-pong and our popular kids’ train ride. In the restaurant, you’ll notice the country corner where market products such as Jessie’s jams, pure maple syrup from the maple grove, […]

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La ville de Niagara-on-the-Lake est très arborée

Photos of Niagara-on-the-Lake, by the Lake Ontario

Elegant Loyalist period homes, beautifully preserved, still lend their charm to this historic village at the mouth of the Niagara River. Niagara-on-the-Lake offers a variety of attractions for all tastes. Take in a show, stroll through the scenic Old Town, or pedal through the beautiful vineyards to experience one of Canada’s most beautiful towns, and […]

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Les eaux scintillent dans l'archipel des mille îles

Photos of the cruise in the Thousand Islands

There are days when you would give everything you be on a deserted island… Well, you should know that in Ontario, it is possible thanks to the Thousand Islands archipelago! It consists of 1865 islands of different sizes that harmoniously dot the course of the St. Lawrence River. Each of them has been handpicked and […]

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L'hôtel de ville de Kingston, de nuit

Photos of Kingston, Ontario

The city of Kingston was first settled in 1783 before being incorporated as a village in 1838 and then as a city in 1846. Its location at the junction of the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River, its proximity to the U.S. border, as well as the predominance of the Canadian Shield in the […]

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