Quebec is one of the most famous and distinct parts of Canada. The primarily French-speaking province is known for its two great cities of Montreal and Quebec city which is connected by Chemin du Roy highway which curves along the scenic Saint Lawrence River. Whether you want to be charmed by these two great cities or head out into the amazing outdoors, Quebec is a convenient location making it perfect for either a quick weekend getaway or a long vacation.
Explore Saint Michel des Saints. Saint Michel de Saints is a resort getaway deep in the forests of Quebec. Here you will awaken to beautiful bird songs that live in the hills and forests in this incredible region. You can explore the roads by motorcycle or car or the forest paths by ATV. After a morning out in the forests, nothing beats heading into Lake Taureau. This giant lake is the perfect place to begin a charter adventure and explore and enjoy a whole range of water sports from water skiing to wakeboarding and some incredible fishing.
Discover Canada’s Past in Manawan. There’s just so much to discover in Quebec. Heading out from Lake Taureau you can make your way towards the Atikamekw Village. This village is home to one of the 31 Indian Reserves in Quebec and is an amazing place to dig into the local culture and crafts. You can even make your way along the St. Lawrence River and sail down the same river that famous explorers traversed nearly five hundred years ago!
Get an Authentic Taste of Quebec. What makes Quebec so special is that it’s one-part French and one-part Canadian giving it a truly unique identity. In Montreal, you can discover the joys of this mixed heritage and discover through incredible gastronomy here. There are over 150 microbreweries in Quebec along with numerous world-class restaurants, cafes, markets and more. Whether you are looking for simple fish and chips besides one of the lakes are incredible gourmet food in restaurants like Maison Boulud and Garde Manger. Whatever you choose to eat, see or do, you’ll certainly be leaving the great province of Quebec one hundred percent satisfied.