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Cruises to Sept-Îles

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Top Sept-Îles Cruises

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

Arcadia 25 Sep 2025 24 nights No-Fly Cruise Southampton

Pound sterling on board*

Full board cruising*

No tips required on board*

Added benefit included*

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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Inside from £2,499pp

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All-Inclusive 2025 Iceland, Greenland & Canada Adventure

Azamara Quest 28 Aug 2025 19 nights Fly Cruise Flights Included Reykjavik

Drinks & Gratuities Included*

Exclusive Savings of up to £3,000*

Exclusive FREE On Board Spend of up to $600*

FREE 4★ hotel stays in Iceland & Canada*

Itinerary: Reykjavik, Iceland - Reykjanes, Iceland - Prince Christian Sound - Qaqortoq - Nanortalik, Greenland - St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada - Sept- Iles, Quebec, Canada - Saguenay -...
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(full fare £6,899) Inside from £5,699pp

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The 2025 Canadian Adventure

Queen Mary 2 03 Oct 2025 7 nights Fly Cruise Flights Included New York

All flights & overseas transfers included*

Full-board Luxury Cruising*

Book with the Top Partner for Cunard*

Complimentary On Board Credit of up to $760*

Itinerary: New York, USA - Newport, Rhode Island, USA - Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada - Sept Iles - Quebec
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Inside from £1,819pp

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What to see in Sept-Îles

Sept-Îles, Québec, nestled along the Gulf of St. Lawrence, is known for its stunning bay, rich Innu heritage and vibrant cultural scene. This coastal city offers picturesque landscapes, outdoor adventures and festivals, making it a unique blend of natural beauty and cultural richness.

Exploring the Sept-Îles Archipelago is a must-do for anyone visiting this coastal city. The archipelago consists of seven main islands, each offering unique landscapes and experiences. These islands are known for their pristine beauty, diverse wildlife and opportunities for outdoor activities. One of the most popular islands to visit is Île Grande Basque, which is accessible by ferry from the mainland. Visitors to Île Grande Basque can enjoy hiking on well-maintained trails that offer breathtaking views of the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the surrounding islands. The island is also a great spot for birdwatching, as it is home to a variety of seabirds. Kayaking around the islands is another popular activity, providing a chance to explore the coastal waters up close and discover hidden coves and beaches.

Visiting the Musée Régional de la Côte-Nord offers a deep dive into the rich cultural and historical heritage of the Sept-Îles region. This regional museum, located in the heart of the city, features a wide range of exhibits that showcase the history, culture and natural environment of the Côte-Nord. One of the main highlights of the museum is its collection of artefacts and exhibits related to the indigenous Innu people, who have lived in the region for thousands of years. Visitors can learn about the traditional ways of life, crafts and customs of the Innu through displays of tools, clothing and art. The museum also features exhibits on the early European explorers and settlers who arrived in the region, highlighting the interactions and exchanges between different cultures. Additionally, the museum provides insights into the region’s natural history, with displays on the local flora and fauna, geology and the impact of human activities on the environment. Temporary exhibitions and cultural events are regularly held at the museum, offering visitors fresh perspectives and new experiences with each visit. The Musée Régional de la Côte-Nord is an essential stop for anyone interested in understanding the rich tapestry of cultures and histories that have shaped the Sept-Îles region.

Enjoying outdoor adventures in Parc Aylmer-Whittom is another highlight of a visit to Sept-Îles. This urban park, located near the city centre, offers a variety of recreational activities in a beautiful natural setting. The park features several kilometres of well-maintained trails that are perfect for hiking, jogging and cycling. These trails wind through lush forests, along the shoreline and offer stunning views of the surrounding landscapes. In the winter, the park’s trails are groomed for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, providing outdoor enthusiasts with year-round opportunities for adventure. The park also includes a large picnic area with tables and shelters, making it an ideal spot for family gatherings and outdoor meals. For those interested in water sports, the park’s lake is a popular spot for canoeing, kayaking and paddleboarding. Fishing is another popular activity, with the lake and nearby rivers offering opportunities to catch a variety of fish species.

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