This small town on the Saint Lawrence, beside its confluence with the Saguenay River, was once a major fur trapping centre. It lies inside Canada’s first marine national park, where the rich environment attracts numerous whales – including belugas – and is home to CIMM (the Centre of Marine Mammal Interpretation).
- Where: Québec
- Ideal for viewing: beluga whale, blue whale, fin whale, humpback whale, minke whale
- Excellent for: Whale watching