Written by Alain Lagacé
Fly to Canada’s Far North, experience the thrilling experience of observing polar bears, black bears, caribou and even wolves in their natural habitat.
At the northern limits of Arctic Quebec and Labrador lies the Golden Peninsula. A huge region preserved by mass tourism that counts three (3) parks (parc national des Monts-Torngat, parc national Kuururjuaq and parc national Ulittaniujalik) in addition to these parks there are thousands of km2 of unexplored territory where the wild life reign.
Our immersive nature tours allow you to observe and understand wildlife and ecosystems. Accompanied by a naturalist guide and an animal photographer, you will explore unique places in search of the wildlife of the far north.
Come and see the Torngat Caribou, Labrador polar bears, wolves in the highlands of the Quebec-Labrador peninsula and black bears in the George River valley.
Whether it is from a camp in a wild bivouac under the tent (to be at the heart of the action at the best time…) or from a 5**** lodge (for daily comfort and excursions in float planes and helicopters…), day and night you experience exceptional moments with wildlife.
A single date for 6 to 8 photographers and simple observers only.
For more information or to book
Alain Lagacé – email@example.com