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Cruises from Baie-Comeau & all Baie-Comeau cruises for  2020

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Baie-Comeau is a town located in Quebec Canada and lies 420 km north of Quebec City. Here you will discover exceptional geological phenomena, and incredibly rich wild life - including whales, seals, great herons and ducks - that grace the delightful landscape. Located a short distance from the town is the Jardin des Glaciers that displays the Canadian wilderness at its best. It offers zip-lining, kayaking, cliff walking, and rappelling, but you must book ahead. Indeed some have described their visit here as their one unique experience in the world. Try to stay until close to sunset to enjoy the view from the look-out.

Visitors will be in awe of the natural wonders of the area, and can learn about the wildlife at the Maison de la Faune, or the Centre Boreal du St-Laurent, where they can take guided tours of the local hiking trails. Be sure to visit the amazingly gigantic dam, Centrale Manic, and the magnificent, peaceful natural environs of Boise de la Pointe St Gilles. Just a few minutes from the port you will be able to browse through the many boutiques where you will be sure to find some delightful restaurants for a great meal. Visitors are warmly welcomed by the local population.

Founded in 1936, the town of over 20,000 people is a hub for logging in the area, which is rich with natural wealth. Also, because of its close relation to the waters, hydroelectricity is an important export of the area, with the Manicougan Reservoir dam producing a huge quantity of power for the Quebec electrical grid. Needless to say, any trip to the area wouldn't be complete without exploring the waters of the Saint-Lawrence River, the most important water way in Canada and one the largest rivers in the world.