INDIAN SUMMER IN QUEBEC
The Canadian province of Quebec, which owes its name to Gepèèg, meaning “narrowing of the river” in the Mi’kmaq Indian language, is a paradise for nature and wilderness lovers, as you will see during this adventurous incentive trip rich in local colour.
For five days, you will spoil your guests with an irresistible combination of nature, culture and thrilling activities. Have you ever heard of a Rabaska canoe? Once your guests have taken their places in these authentic Indian canoes, they take the oars themselves and paddle to their hotel: the elegant Auberge Sacacomie, nestled in the heart of the wilderness and with magnificent views over the lake.
On the following day, you will show your contacts pure outdoor life as they have never experienced it before: you will go on a ride in a jeep looking for beavers, go black-bear spotting, have an initiation in sawing wood and meet an Indian. You will then embark on a small aeroplane for some spectacular sightseeing over the Laurentian Mountains, and finish off the day riding a quad on muddy tracks.
The adrenaline will flow!
You will depart for Quebec City the following day. After an excursion to take in the city’s highlights, you will take up residence in the beautiful Château Frontenac, with views over the river. And then action will be the order of the day once again. You will climb aboard for a thrilling rafting adventure, a quieter boat trip to Orleans Island or a cruise for some whale spotting. In the evening, dinner will be waiting for you at Le Parlementaire, the magnificent Beaux-Arts restaurant located inside the Canadian Parliament building: a setting where you can say goodbye in style!
The next morning, you will still have the opportunity to take in some unforgettable sights of this metropolis during a panoramic bicycle trip along the river before driving to Montreal Airport in the afternoon, where you will check in for your flight to Brussels.