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Cruises to Gaspé


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The 2025 No-Fly Canada & New England in the Fall

Arcadia 25 Sep 2025 24 nights No-Fly Cruise Southampton

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Itinerary: Southampton - St John's, Newfoundland - Gaspe, Quebec, Canada - Sept-Îles, Quebec, Canada - Quebec City, Quebec, Canada - Saguenay, Canada - Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island,...
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The 2024 No-Fly Canada in the Fall

Aurora 23 Sep 2024 24 nights No-Fly Cruise Southampton

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Itinerary: Southampton - St John's, Newfoundland - Gaspe, Quebec, Canada - Quebec City, Quebec, Canada - Saguenay, Canada - Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada - Iles De La Madeleine.…
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The No-Fly 2024 Canada In The Fall Discovery

Borealis 03 Oct 2024 26 nights No-Fly Cruise Southampton

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Hand-Crafted Itineraries | Fred Olsen Signature Experiences Included*

Itinerary: Southampton - St. John's, Newfoundland - Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada - Gaspe, New Brunswick, Canada - Trois Rivieres, Canada - Montreal, Canada - Quebec, Canada - Port Sagunenay,.…
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What to see in Gaspé

Gaspé, at the tip of Québec's Gaspé Peninsula, is famed for its rich history, stunning coastal scenery and vibrant Acadian culture. Known as the "Birthplace of Canada," it features Forillon National Park, Percé Rock, and diverse outdoor activities, offering a captivating blend of adventure and tranquillity.

Forillon National Park is a haven for nature enthusiasts, offering a diverse landscape that includes rugged cliffs, dense forests and pristine beaches. The park is situated at the meeting point of the Appalachian Mountains and the Gulf of St. Lawrence, providing a unique blend of ecosystems and stunning vistas. Visitors can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, such as hiking, wildlife watching and sea kayaking. The hiking trails in Forillon range from easy walks to challenging treks, each offering its own unique perspective on the park's natural beauty. One of the most popular trails is the Les Graves trail, which takes hikers along the coastline to Cap Gaspé, where they can enjoy panoramic views and visit the historic lighthouse that stands sentinel over the cliffs. Wildlife enthusiasts will find plenty to marvel at, with opportunities to see seals, seabirds and even whales off the coast.

The Musée de la Gaspésie is a cultural gem that offers a deep dive into the rich history and heritage of the Gaspé Peninsula. Located in the heart of Gaspé, this museum is dedicated to preserving and showcasing the stories of the people who have shaped the region. The exhibits cover a wide range of topics, from the indigenous Mi'kmaq culture and the arrival of European explorers to the development of the fishing industry and the daily lives of the peninsula's residents. One of the museum's highlights is the exhibit on Jacques Cartier, the French explorer who claimed Canada for France in 1534 and landed in Gaspé. Through artefacts, documents and interactive displays, visitors can learn about Cartier's voyages and the early encounters between Europeans and the indigenous peoples. The museum also features contemporary art exhibitions, cultural events and educational programs that celebrate the vibrant Acadian and Québecois culture of the Gaspé region.

Discovering the iconic Percé Rock is an experience that encapsulates the natural grandeur of the Gaspé Peninsula. Located just off the coast of the town of Percé, this massive limestone formation rises dramatically from the Gulf of St. Lawrence, creating one of the most photographed landmarks in Québec. Percé Rock is renowned for its size, shape and the large arch that pierces through its base, giving it a distinctive appearance. Visitors can view Percé Rock from various vantage points along the shore, each offering breathtaking perspectives and photo opportunities. For a closer look, boat tours are available that take passengers around the rock and the nearby Île Bonaventure, home to one of the largest gannet colonies in North America. These tours provide not only stunning views of the rock and the island but also opportunities to observe the abundant marine life in the area, including seals and seabirds.


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