Quebec's Gaspe Peninsula... Like a Ship at Sea (SG), September 2022
The allure of the water and a coastline dotted with lighthouses and fascinating fishing villages make for a well-crafted tour, but where in the world would we find such a treasure? From the Gulf of St. Lawrence Percé Rock juts off the tip of Quebec's Gaspé Peninsula… like a ship at sea.
The date is still to be confirmed so mark your calendars for a 9-day mid-September tour in 2022.
- Handpicked hotels close to the water
- Delectable French Cuisine close to the water
- Travel counterclockwise for the most dramatic coastal views close to the water
- Pointe-au-Père (lighthouse) one of the earliest surviving lighthouses to be constructed of reinforced concrete close to the water
- Wander through the prestigious Matamajaw Salmon Club, and discover the rich history left behind close to the water
- Netting 200 years of fishing stories, a visit to the historic fishing village of Banc-de-Pêche-de-Paspébiac is another chapter of when “COD WAS GOD”
- We spend 2 nights in Percé and a highlight is sure to be the cruise to Percé Rock and Bonaventure Island, there will be time to walk nesting home of the continent's largest colony of gannet seabirds…all closer than close to the water!
- Conquer the 600-meter loop trail at Forillon National Park and say you walked to Land's End of Quebec's Gaspé Peninsula close to the water
- All this talk about water and we can learn a thing or two at Exploramer, Discovering the Sea, a museum whose mission is to raise awareness of the St. Lawrence ecosystem
- Sidestep into the interior mountain ranges of Gaspe National Park when the diversity is stunning… and there is still water!
Keep checking our website for more details. If you are interested call to put your name down. We are offering this tour as a ‘SMALLER GROUP TOUR’ and planning to have a maximum of 26 travellers on a 56-seat motor coach