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ight mini homes are hidden in the forest, close enough to walk to the main house but far enough apart to make you believe that you are all alone. Perfect for honeymooners or those seeking some serious R&R the tiny cabins are equipped with electricity, hot water and cooking equipment.

Four of the cabins are open all year and have heating while the remaining four are open for summer only and have out door showers and giant skylights. The dinners are unique and delicious. This is roughing it in all the right ways.

If you’d rather be closer to civilization however Hotel Tadoussac has a mean breakfast and offers the chance to stay in a beautiful historic hamlet on the sea. Ask for a bay facing window and maybe you’ll see a whale out in the morning.

Whether you came for the whales, the ocean or the camping you will find yourself falling in love with the region’s hospitality and charm. From magnificent pine forests to world-class restaurants Maritime Quebec offers solace from the city and rejuvenating experiences for every traveler.


Quebec Maritime

Mer et Monde Ecotours
Offering rustic camping, pre-set camping and kayaking in two locations.
1.866.637.6663IMG 8870
In Les Bergeronnes and Tadoussac, Quebec

Ferme 5 Etoiles -Vacation Center
Part animal sanctuary, part hotel, part adventure guides.
465 Rte 127 North, Sacre-Coeur, Quebec

Croisieres Essipt
Zodiac whale watching excursion

Canopee Lit
303 chemin de l’Anse de Roche, Sacre-Coeur

Hotel Tadoussac

Marine Mammal interpretation Center (CIMM)
108, rue de la Cale Seche, Tadoussac


Kathleen Broadhurst
is a travel writer and photographer from Massachusetts. She specializes in eco-travel and South and South East Asia and has written about eco-villages, environmentally sustainable travel and ecotourism in India, Australia, Thailand and elsewhere. She is a GoNomad travel writer and her work has been published on Matador Network and Boots N'All. You can read about her past and future adventures on her blog Travel Vicarious.Photo Credits Kathleen Broadhurst unless stated.


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