5455
Quebec

Whale Tales: Adventures in Québec With Your Grandchild

See feeding whales, visit giant sand dunes, embark on a marine safari and hear the story of local First Nations people as you explore the St. Lawrence River region with your grandchild.
Rating (5)
Program No. 5455RJ
Length
7 days
Starts at
1,949

At a Glance

The humpback, beluga, minke and blue whales that swim through the cool waters of Québec may be some of the largest creatures on the planet, but did you know these gentle giants spend their days snacking on two-inch crustaceans called krill? Learn these whale tales and more as you study whalelore in Québec with your grandchild. Along the shores of charming French Canadian rural towns, observe whale species in their feeding grounds on marine safaris and from the shore. Run and play on the sand dunes on the St. Lawrence River, cool down in the spray of a gigantic water fall and make your own pottery just like aboriginal people did thousands of years ago.
Activity Level
On Your Feet
Walks up to one mile; boarding and disembarking boats.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Search for whales on two whale-watching safaris in one of the largest marine protected areas in Canada.
  • Learn all about these fascinating creatures at the Whale Museum and Beluga Interpretation Center.
  • Get up close to marine life at the aquarium and in wading pools where divers will pull up sea urchins, sea stars, crabs and other critters for you to see, touch and learn about.

General Notes

Program is for grandchildren ages 9-12. For a comparable family adventure for all generations, check out "Whale Tales: Adventures in Québec With Your Family" (#23130)!
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