Bergeronnes, Anse à la Cave
June 5 to October 10, 2021
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.
Your day begins with an hour of initiation on land. Then, you will sail quietly to a small beach in Les Escoumins where you will take a break and enjoy a light and healthy meal. The itinerary is particularly favourable to the observation of marine mammals but also to the discovery of sheltered bays and an unspoiled and wild coast.
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.
A break of at least an hour and a half where you will enjoy a healthy meal including local products will be enjoyed at mid-day.
In the case of food intolerances or allergies, please plan and bring your own meal for the occasion. A $10 credit will be given to your reservation. Please advise the reservations department by email or by phone.
8:00 a.m. (back at 15h30 p.m.)
You must be ready at the Mer et Monde Écotours garage 30 minutes in advance.
Late arrivals won't get the chance to do the activity and won't get refund.
7h30 including 1 hour of land preparation (interpretation, clothing, adjustment of the kayaks, safety rules), about 4h30 of observation spread over the day, a lunch break in a new place of about 1h30 and 30 minutes of finalization of the activity (undressing, collection and final word).
Must be at least 12 years old.
Each child under 18 years old must be accompagned by an adult.
Pregnant women under 4 months or over 6 months can't participate in sea kayaking activities.
Adults : 134$ +taxes (15%)
Children (under 17) : 100.50$ +taxes (15%)
Two activities: get 10% off the second activity of sea kayaking or SUP during your stay! This discount will be applied at your arrival.
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.