Excursions in Quebec
Board the Louis Jolliet and let yourself be captivated by our famous explorer bearing the same name. He will help you discover Quebec and its surroundings from the river, as did the first settlers. Learn about the social and economic aspects of Quebec City and its development through the years, taking in account the capricious and seasonal changes of the St. Lawrence River.A surprising and enriching visit revealing the secrets of this region, in an ideal maritime setting.
Treat yourself to this unique combination of the classic city tour and a guided cruise ("Stories of an explorer") along the Saint- Lawrence River. Now, you can see Québec City from a sailorÂ´s point of view. Discover the city and its surroundings: the Montmorency Falls, île dÂ´Orléans, the Côte-de-Beaupré, and the Laurentians. Experience a breathtaking view of Place Royale, the Chateau Frontenac and Old Québec as the waves kiss the side of the boat, tempting you to come closer.
This is the ideal way to see just what Quebec City has to offer. You can start by a complete visit through Old Quebec, the Plains of Abraham, the fortified city including the Citadelle and the Chateau Frontenac, the Place-Royale. You can enjoy as well a trip along Beaupre Coast where you can visit the Ste Anne De Beaupre Shrine, see the Montmorency Falls and the Islands of Orleans.
Experience the European charm of the first French settlement in North America. This is a chance to visit history first hand. The Latin Quarter, Plains of Abraham, Ramparts of Quebec City, world famous Chateau Frontenac, National Assembly, Basilica, City Hall, Place-Royale, Citadelle and a glimpse of modern Quebec City are the perfect introduction to the city.
Travel back in time to rural Quebec and enjoy the view. As you ride along the 40 km of Chemin du Roy to Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre, you will pass through the many traditional villages of rural Quebec. In Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre you will be given time to visit the Shrine. You will also stop at the Montmorency Falls which in 1.5 times higher than Niagara Falls. Just as you think the day is over, you will be treated to a short visit on the Island of Orleans, discovered by Jacques Cartier in 1535, where the picturesque village of Sainte Petronille with its 19th century rural atmosphere waits to be rediscovered again.