Tadoussac, Québec

The village of Tadoussac is recognized as the oldest in Québec, and played an important role in the colonization of New France. For many years, it was the only seaport on the river, and the center of the fur trade between the French and the First Nations peoples. Today, its location at the confluence of the Saguenay and Saint Lawrence rivers makes Tadoussac an ideal starting point for exploring the Saguenay fjord as well as a popular spot for whale watching.

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