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Adventure is in our nature!
In the company of Quebec Aboriginals, you’ll learn to listen to your senses again! To smell the sweet fragrance of the pine trees during an overnight stay in a teepee, distinguish the sound of a wolf’s howl from that of a loon during an excursion in a Rabaska canoe or spot a humpback whale below the waves of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence during a zodiac or a sea kayak outing.
A passion for every season
In winter, the cold weather and early nightfall tend to dull our senses, but Aboriginal guides can help us sharpen them. Put on some soft mittens and a nice tuque made of raw materials from the artisanal trapping activities of the Aboriginal communities, before heading out to explore the far reaches of their lands by snowshoe, dogsled or snowmobile. And then to warm up, treat your taste buds by trying a piping hot cup of Labrador tea brewed according to the traditional methods of the Aboriginal pickers. Cloudberry, wild sarsaparilla, dandelion, peppermint, elderberry, birch leaves—many other wild plants and spices used by Aboriginals can also be used to create a comforting infusion!
Wilderness spaces, wildlife species
Hunters and anglers will be delighted to learn little secrets from those who know the land best. At the heart of an Aboriginal outfitter’s territory, learn to sniff out rainbow, brook, native or grey trout, salmon, Arctic char, pike or walleye, some of the most emblematic freshwater fish in Quebec. Deep in the woods, you will hunt white-tailed deer, moose, Canada geese and even bears, according to the values of respect and love for nature taught by your Aboriginal scouts.