At Parc National du Bic there are 19 Huttopia tents on the Rioux campground, in a peaceful area close to a rapidly growing area of forest, and 5 Huttopia tents at Cormoran à Aigrettes loop of the Rivière-du-Sud-Ouest campground.
The comfortable, ecologically designed, high-quality accommodation blends perfectly with nature. Made from canvas and wood, Huttopia tents have been set up in most of Quebec’s national parks, however there other options too: a cabin, called a Cahutte, as well as standard campsites.
Each Huttopia tent contains: two queen-sized beds, lighting and back-up heating, a propane camping stove and a small refrigerator, plus everything you need to prepare meals – except food.
A Huttopia experience is a family holiday that’s all about simplicity, authenticity, nature and wide open spaces. Each Huttopia village is a tranquil natural setting in a forest or preserved area with a view of a mountain, body of water or majestic trees – offering a chance to get back to nature. You can explore on foot or bicycle, or sometimes even on horseback, and participate in original nature discovery activities.
What you won’t find – or even miss – is just as important: at Huttopia there are no spas or air-conditioned rental accommodation, and no large-scale planned activities; no potted plants or flowers, manicured lawns or trimmed hedges – just untouched nature; no TV in the units and no Wi-Fi access on-site – the focus is on rest and friendly atmosphere.
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This self-drive family adventure, staying in hotels, cabins and comfortable Huttopia tents with all facilities, is designed to reveal the best of outdoor Québec. Driving at your own pace, there’s a chance to see all the region’s iconic mammals – whales, black bear, moose and caribou.
When to go: Jun-Sep
Duration inc. flights: 15 days
Price inc. flights: From £3,095 pp
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The Parc National du Bic hosts seabirds nesting, owls and grey seals. Half of the park is a coastal marine environment, the terrain is typical of the south shore of the Saint Lawrence, alternating low-flow rivers, salt, rocky hills with a very steep northern slope and a relatively gentle southern.
Ideal for viewing: grey seal, white-tailed deer, American beaver, harbour seal, North American porcupine
Excellent for: Walking safaris, Wildlife for families, Self-drive, Whale watching