In the parc national de la Gaspésie, among the highest peaks in Eastern Canada, the tablelands are home to a herd of caribou, while another sector allows you to discover the largest density of moose in Québec as well as white-tailed deer.
Moreover, the Rocher Percé and the Bonaventure Island allow you to see how thousands of birds, including the fabulous Northern Gannets, go about their daily live.
Bird-watching is a fun-filled activity that you can enjoy starting at the beginning of May, and it can last as late as December for certain species. The tip of the peninsula is a sector where you must take the time to go bird-watching.
The largest creatures of the planet are also quite fascinating to watch. You can find seven different species of whales who love to explore the Forillon-Percé sector and among them, the impressive blue whale. Enjoy this exceptional sight between the months of May and October.
While traveling along the coast, you will discover numerous places where grey seals and harbor seals come to lounge and take advantage of long flat rocks.