If you are in Tadoussac you are there for the whales...and if you are there between june and october..there is a huge big great chance that you will see them by land by sea by foot...I saw them in all their glory in every capacity..1st you should know tadoussac is a feeding ground..not a mating ground..they are there to eat..you will see the condensation coming out of their spout..you will see their tales...you will see them skim the surface...you will not see them jump out of the water like at marineland..they are not mating..they have not been trained to perform for us...they are curious if you are there they want to see you..contd on my next tip
I have attatched a map of the area.
Tadoussac has always been a meeting place. The Indians even before the Europeans came use to meet here to exchange products and furs.
For 25 years now whale watchers have come here to take a cruise and see the whales.
There are over 500 rooms for rent in the Hotels, Motels etc. in the town.
15 restaurants to serve you.
Tadoussac is a small village but charming, you can visit it by walking, the lake side, the port and its bay are very nice to see.
Take a bout tour of the Saguenay Fjord in search of the whales. I only saw belugas, probably because of the bad weather. But it was a thrill.
A great trip to take, from Quebec City along the Charlevoix region and up to Tadoussac. You'll find these great views.