Rabaska - Okwari Le Fjord


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Rabaska - Okwari

PRICE: $62.50+tx — $40+tx for children (5-12 years old)
(also includes activity “the black bear and its habitat” in the first part)

WHEN: every Monday, Tuesday and Saturday

MEETING POINT: Bec-Scie Outdoor Center at 1 p.m., 7400 Chem. des Chutes, The Bay, QC G7B 3N8


Lake Como is uncrowded wild territory, wildlife roams freely here without fear of being hunted or chased. An outing in a rabaska, a large 10-person canoe once used by settlers to access the hinterland, will allow us to access this sector without causing any disturbance. This is an opportunity to observe the habitats and signs of the presence of moose, otter, beaver, and many others. Many birds are also present at Lake Como, including the famous Loon Loon.

Come synchronize your oars and slip discreetly into this wild world, beautiful surprises can captivate us. A unique experience in Saguenay Lac Saint-Jean.

Your rabaska outing will be preceded by the activity: the black bear and its habitat.

Your choice makes the difference!

By participating in this activity, you are contributing to efforts to preserve the environment. Contact Nature joins forces with various research and development partners to provide support for the financing of their efforts.

Contact Nature has also been committed since 2020 to a sustainable development policy:

  • Environmental Dimension: Maintaining the integrity of our environment to ensure the health and safety of humans and their ecosystems.
  • Social dimension: Considering the social consequences of our activities, the problems of inequalities, working and living conditions.
  • Economic dimension: Reconciling the viability of our organization with ethical principles such as environmental protection, responsible production and consumption.

Your experienced guides

Monique Tremblay

Ms. Tremblay has a master’s degree in plant ecology and a bachelor’s degree in biological science. She has a great ability to popularize. Her artistic, historical and natural environment knowledge will greatly contribute to making you live an authentic experience.

While hiking, on the edge of a lake in the middle of the territory or aboard a Rabaska canoe (large traditional canoe), Monique will invite you to take part in a wildlife interpretation experience and boreal flora and according to the seasons. Sharing a unique moment in his company, you will be able to learn more about the first peoples thanks to his expertise and the writings of Érik Langevin, professor in the department of human and social sciences and head of the archeology laboratory (UQAC).

After having worked for more than 30 years at the site of New France where she developed a great expertise at the historical level, we are proud to count Monique today among our expert guides within Okwari le Fjord.

Monique Tremblay - Guide Okwari
Monique Tremblay - Guide Okwari

Viky Tremblay

A native of Saguenay, Viky Tremblay has been working as a guide for Contact Nature since 2015. She has an Attestation of Collegial Studies (AEC in french) in ecotourism and adventure guide. Her good humor and her strong knowledge of the territory will contribute to making you live a most authentic experience.

Viky Tremblay - guide Okwari
Viky Tremblay - guide Okwari

"Discover the fjord and its surroundings, while respecting our nature"

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