A Guide to Bay-Saint-Catherine, Quebec

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Uploaded on February 12, 2010 by marshallbenwhit

Baie-Sainte-Catherine is at the junction of the St. Lawrence River and the Saquenay Fjord in the eastern part of the Charlevoix region in Quebec. A ferry connects Baie-Sainte-Catherine to the village of Tadoussac, offering a maritime museum, historic sites and wharves to explore and whale whatching.
You can see beluga whales, minke, porpoises, humpbacks, sperm whales and if you are lucky the mighty blue whale.
For more information go to bonjourquebec.com

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