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Chapelle de Tadoussac, Tadoussac, Quebec, Canada

Chapelle de Tadoussac, Tadoussac, Quebec, Canada

I’ve had a lifelong connection to Canada and Quebec had been a place I’d been wanting to visit for several years now so I had an opportunity to travel there last week via Backroads. We spent the first evening in Tadoussac which was a three-hour drive north of Quebec City. This was a very small town but one of the more scenic locations in my opinion. Tadoussac is the oldest continuously European inhabited settlement in Canada dating back to the year 1600. Nowadays it’s famous for the whale watching, specifically beluga whales. We were lucky to have seen a pod of belugas off in the distance and one decided to approach our boat and swim under us. That was quite an experience! I wasn’t able to get a good photo of it but the experience is what really counts.

Beach Sunrise, Tadoussac, Quebec, Canada

Beach Sunrise, Tadoussac, Quebec, Canada

Hotel Tadoussac, Quebec, Canada

Hotel Tadoussac, Quebec, Canada

Whale Watching Tour, Tadoussac, Quebec, Canada

Whale Watching Tour, Tadoussac, Quebec, Canada

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