Before the cities, before the roads and before Man, there was nature. Pristine, untouched nature. This eye-opening photography expedition is your opportunity to witness some of the last remaining bastions of pure Quebec wilderness – and capture some of it.
We’ll take off in Montreal and fly along the broad St-Lawrence River, enjoying incomparable waterfront sights and larger-than-life landscapes. We’ll hover above the charming Quebec City, a jewel of historic architecture and dramatic fortifications.
You’ll want your camera ready for the dizzying cliffs of the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie National Park and The Land of Giants, Quebec’s untouched wilderness. Then you’ll have the chance to photograph whales in their natural habitat, right on the river, thanks to a Zodiac inflatable boat.
While traveling back, we’ll stop in Old Quebec City: an out-of-time neighborhood alive with European charm, centuries-old fortifications and a spectacular view of the river. There, we’ll share a picnic – and compare pictures!
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