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Tadoussac is a village in Quebec, Canada, situated on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River, at the confluence of the Saint Lawrence and Saguenay rivers, at the mouth of the Saguenay River Fjord.


Tadoussac, which started as a trading post, is the oldest still existing French settlement in the western hemisphere.

Get in

By car

  • Quebec Route 138

Get around

You can walk from and to anywhere in town.



The area is well known for its whale watching opportunities and there are a number of different companies that offer excursions to see the whales.

  • Otis Excursions, 418 235 4197 / 418 235 4537 / (no charge) 1 877 235 4197, [1]. Run excursions in small boats of up to 12 passengers (2 or 3 hour duration). Adults from $58.
  • Centre d'interprétation des mammifères marins (Center of Marine Mammal Interpretation).

There are lots of cultural activities throughout the summer season, including a music festival in July and live bands and karaoke in bars and restaurants. The youth hostel is a constant hub of activity throughout the season, hosting live acts on its own premises. The Tadoussac Marina offers facilities for recreational boating. The town, while remaining a generally tranquil place, offers a mix of leisure activity for all generations.





  • Camping Tadoussac, 428 rue du Bateau-Passeur, 418 235-4501 / 1 888 868-6666. Clean, well organised camping ground. $28 (camping spot).


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