Considered the food pantry of Quebec, the Montérégie region offers tasty discoveries thanks to its cider houses, vineyards and gourmet stores, all year long. National parks and nature centres are ideal for a wide range of activities. With more than 640 km of accessible and safe bicycle paths for the whole family, your senses will be awakened no matter which route you choose. Montérégie is also hundreds of kilometres to explore by boat, kayak, canoe and paddleboard. As for the many historical sites, these gems invite you to travel back in time!

Arbraska Mont-Saint-Grégoire

A source of fun, thrills and self-fulfillment, Arbraska offers a wide range of outdoor adventures for children, teenagers and adults. With Upla, leap from one adventure to another in a suspended world composed of a world of nets and a village in the trees at the foot of Mont Saint-Grégoire. A unique experience that will allow you to reconnect with nature and yourself, in a safe, fun, physical and eco-friendly way.

Parc Safari

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Parc Safari is way more than a zoo. Experience the VIP Safari aboard one of the electric bush trucks, travel through the Felines’ Tunnel, take a walk on the Deer Trail, try the restaurants, shop at the store and more. Cool off in the aquatic park and try the wave pool and the oasis tropicale zone. Parc Safari : only a 35-minute drive away from the new Champlain bridge.

Alo Richelieu

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Alo Richelieu: the eco-friendly tourism project! The project involves the development of a tourist route around the Richelieu River, between Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu and Noyan. Using electric bikes and boats, visitors and citizens can discover the region in a non-traditional, safe, innovative and responsible way. Alo Richelieu features environmentally friendly outdoor attractions and offers its clientele a unique experience in Quebec through activities such as electric boat, kayak and paddle board rentals, electric surfing, riverside meals, accommodations on the water, as well as organized fishing outings, picnics on Île-aux-Noix and wreck diving.


Montérégie by bike

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Looking for a destination that is just perfect for your cycling trips? With a 640-km-long network of bike paths, Montérégie is a great place for cyclists. With 11 bike paths, 16 road circuits and 1- to 4-day tours ranging from 40 to 300 km, the region is suitable for all types of cyclists. Many Bienvenue cyclistes accommodations let you extend your stay. In addition, the Véloroute gourmande is a new 235-km themed route linking Montreal and Sherbrooke, with numerous gourmet stops, various attractions and accommodations.

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