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The Great Blue Whale

Croisiere Escoumins would like to introduce to you the World renowned and World’s largest mammal : The Great Blue Whale!

 

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Fin Whale

Close to be as huge as the blue whale, the fin whales often stroll around Les Escoumins, and Tadoussac. You may observe it all season long.

 

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Humpback Whale

The most spectacular among whales is for sure the humpback whale!

The humpback whale is often seen jumping around in the Saguenay – St. Lawrence Marine Park. The humpback whale will amaze you!

 

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Minke Whale

We often see the minke whale close to the shores, at the mouth of the Saguenay Fjord, and from our place in Anemone Bay.

The minke whale gives a great show when its hungry.

 

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St. Lawrence Beluga

The St. Lawrence beluga is the only whale that does not migrate. It lives in the St. Lawrence, and in the Saguenay Fjord in sumer time, but only in the St. Lawrence in Winter.

 

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Harbor Porpoise

The harbour porpoise is definitely the smallest, and the cutest among all the whales! We often observe it in groups when cruising around the Saguenay St. Lawrence Marine Park.

 

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The Seals

The seals are curious! They like to stare at you while you stare at them!

Take some times to look at the sea, on the shore, and on the boulders that appear at low tidein Anemone Bay, and you might see one or two…

 

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Pictures of Our Whale Watching Tours

There are several species of sea mammals living in the Saguenay – St. Lawrence Marine Park. They come by the shore to feed at the very great pleasure of thousands of tourists every year. Québec’s North Shore is the whales and seals playground, and we are lucky that Les Escoumins, Grandes-Bergeronnes, and Tadoussac seem to be their favourite cities to visit, just like tourists 🙂

Our photo galleries of Blue Whale, Fin Whale, Humpback Whale, Minky Whale, St. Lawrence Beluga, Harbour Porpoise, and seals are a sample gift from Croisiere Escoumins’ to all future whale watchers that wish to come or come back in Les Escoumins, Québec, Canada.
We wish you a good trip from your place to our!

© Pictures copyrights: Yves Demers and Claude Mireault