From Quebec, set sail aboard Le Champlain for the vast unspoiled expanses of the North American continent.
Whales, dolphins and seals await you: Your first port of call will allow you to get as close as possible to many marine mammals, taking refuge in the dramatic fjord of Saguenay Bay.
At the mouth of Saguenay River, you will reach Tadoussac. This National Park is also an unmissable site for whale watching as the mammals gather to feed before winter. Further on, you will reach Percé, one of the most scenic villages of Quebec, close to a National Park famed for its natural, historical and geological heritage.
The Magdalen Islands offer an unusual variety of landscapes, from the white of the sandy beaches to the red of the sculpted cliff faces. You will be captivated not only by the natural setting but by the hospitality of the inhabitants.
Le Champlain will then cruise along the coasts of Nova Scotia, home to great historical towns and villages of unrivalled cachet.
You will conclude your journey with a visit to Boston, considered to be the cradle of the United States for the key role it played during the American Revolution.