A destination known for maritime scenery, a remarkable colony of seabirds and northern gannets, seafood delights and the famous Percé Rock, the Gaspésie region impresses every time. Popular tourism activities there include nature interpretation, sea expeditions, immersive multimedia tours and plenty of outdoor sports.

A must-see for animal lovers

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Located in the Baie-des-Chaleurs, the Bioparc de la Gaspésie is an educational park highlighting the ecology of the Gaspésie region. It presents five major ecosystems of the region and the park is home to about forty native animal species. Visit on your own, with your sweetheart or with your family. Enjoy walking the outdoor trails, taking part in various activities, or even watching the animals get fed. Also, don't miss a visit to the Insectarium and the little farm, and why not try out the evening activities or go for an overnight stay?

When Mother Nature puts on a show!

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If you dream of escaping to the heart of a sublime natural surroundings, Forillon National Park is a must-see. Located at the tip of the Gaspésie region, this national park sets itself apart with spectacular landscapes made steep cliffs overlooking the sea, mountains, forests and pebble beaches along small coves. This splendid park is inhabited by a plethora of animal species that wildlife-watchers will love to observe. In addition to its beautiful nature, the park boasts rich human history with stories of fishermen and merchants who lived in Forillon at the beginning of the 20th century.

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