Fusing North American and European cultural influences, French-speaking Quebec is like nowhere else in Canada. It’s home to cosmopolitan cities and vast areas of breathtaking wilderness where black bears, lynx, and moose roam free. The province’s history of fur trading and hunting has played an important role in shaping modern-day Quebec while leaving an enduring legacy on its regional gastronomy.
Beyond the bright lights of Montréal and Québec City, you’ll find the rugged coastlines of the Gaspé Peninsula and the vast tundra of the Côte-Nord, together with the stunning landscapes of the Saguenay Fjord. Our tours to Quebec combine hiking, kayaking, and wildlife watching in this majestic corner of Canada, including up-close encounters with harbor seals, peregrine falcons and beluga whales.