The full day allows you a total immersion in the world of Okwari adventures. You will not miss anything! Hiking in the Rivière-à-Mars canyon, presentation on the black bear, interpretation trail of the boreal forest, meeting of a First Nation couple, regional meal, rabaska canoe trip on Lake Como, interpretation of the moose and beaver and black bear observation in the observatory.
10:00: Arrive at the main pavilion. Safety instructions and distribution of equipment
(boots, socks, raincoats, mosquito-proof vests, etc.).
10:15: A one kilometer walk along to discover the beauty of the Rivière-à Mars canyon.
11:00: Educational presentation on the black bear;
Information on its biology, characteristic ma-rkings, feeding, habits, reproduction, movement, and habitat.
11:30: Short hike along a natural trail on the bank of the river. Information on wildlife harvesting in Quebec (hunting, fishing, trapping); Interpretation of the different geological features found in the area.
12:00: Guided tour of a native American site.
Subjects addressed: traditional medicine, way of life, dwellings
1:00 pm: Departure for Lac Côme, lunch served in a log cabin on the shore of a magnificent wilderness lake
2:30: Excursion on the lake in a Rabaska canoe.
4:00: In a secure location, observation of black bears in their natural habitat.
5:15: Return to the central pavilion. End of adventure.
Reservation required 48 hours in advance
Minimum age : 5 years old
|Paired with other visitors
||$160 per person plus taxes
(12 years and under)
|$86 per person plus taxes
(2 adults and 2 children 12 years and under)
|$455 plus taxes
||$600 plus taxes
||$275 per person plus taxes
||$250 per person plus taxes
|4 adults and more
||$200 per person plus taxes
|17 years and under
||$75 per person plus taxes