Where

Bergeronnes, Anse à la Cave

Dates

June 4 to October 10, 2021

Description

***COVID-19***

In order to respect the rules of social distancing, you must reserve for two people from the same family unit for the same kayak. Therefore, odd groups are not allowed.

Formerly known as Les Baleines du Saint-Laurent, this activity allows you to experience the upwelling of the cold waters of the Anse à la Cave sector. For half a day, experience the observation of a great diversity of marine mammals.

Each observation must be appreciated. Indeed, the frequently used expression, "the pool is very big", translates well an often forgotten thought. Whales are scattered over a large area of water and therefore difficult to predict.

The activity begins with a one-hour land-based introduction that will make you comfortable for the next few hours. With the use of double kayaks and the presence of a professional guide, the activity is for everyone, with or without experience.

When

8h00
12h00
4:00 pm (from June 11 to September 5 only)

You must arrive at the reception desk of Mer et monde écotours 30 minutes in advance.

Please note that in case of delay, participants will not be able to join the activity and will be not refund.

Duration

3h30 including 1 hour of land preparation (interpretation, clothing, adjustment of the kayaks, safety rules), about 2h15 of observation on the water and 15 minutes for the finalization (undressing, collection, final word).

Requirements

Must be at least 7 years old.
Each child under 18 years old must be accompagned by an adult. 
Pregnant women under 4 months or over 6 months can't participate in sea kayaking activities.

Rates

Adults : 71$ +taxes (15%)
Children (under 17) : 53.25$ +taxes (15%)

 

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PACKAGE

Add another sea kayaking activity and get 10% off the second activity!
For 115$ + tx per person, you get a half day sea kayaking and a SUP activity.

Recommended equipment (not included)

Equipment provided includes a wetsuit, windbreaker, floatation jacket, neoprene booties, skirt and all navigation equipment (paddle and sea kayak).

For your comfort on warmer days, it is suggested to bring thin synthetic underwear or a swimsuit (avoid cotton), a cap, a pair of sunglasses, a bottle of water and sunscreen.

For cooler days, add thicker synthetic clothing, a warm fleece-type sweater, wool or synthetic socks, a hat, toque or cap.