The 100 km-long Saguenay Fjord is one of the longest fjords in the world and is the southernmost navigable fjord in North America. Both the shores and the marine environment are protected as provincial and national parks.
Sea-kayakers can explore the exceptional beauty of the sheer rock cliffs and pristine boreal forest as they paddle between the 13 different primitive campsites located on the banks of the shores. Along the way see otters, seals, marine birds and with any luck, the local protected pod of belugas.
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Photos: Fjord en Kayak, JC Fortin, Charles David Robitaille