Take part in a one-week adventure to explore caves and tunnels on beautiful Havre-Aubert Island, Quebec. Havre-Aubert is part of Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine, 20 kilometres north of Nova Scotia. This package is from Centre nautique de l’Istorlet, an organization that has been running guided sea-kayaking excursions for more than 15 years. Before departure, a guide will provide basic instruction and will accompany you for the duration of the trip.
This opportunity is available until August 24, 2013 and starts at $760 per person. There are shorter three-hour tours available starting at $50 per person, $40 for a double kayak. Click here for more information.
- Five days of camping, breakfast and dinner included
- Local transportation
- Interpretative guide
- All sea kayak and camping equipment
Vacay.ca Names Havre-Aubert Among Canada’s Top Beaches
If the name Havre-Aubert Beach sounds familiar to you it should — Vacay.ca featured this beach in its Top 10 Beaches in Canada list. Scoring at number seven, Havre-Aubert Beach has an abundance of beauty, as well as several activities the whole family will enjoy.
Vacay.ca: “Interesting Facts: Catch a plane, take a cruise from Montreal or the daily ferry from Souris, PEI. This beach features 12 golden kilometres of beautiful sandy beach, with a view of Entry Island from Bout du Banc Point. A great place to disappear and be creative — no wonder you’ll find so many artists, especially sand artists, flocking to this community. In August, the water temperature will top 20 Celsius degrees (68 Fahrenheit).
“Why This Beach Rocks: One big reason — one of the world’s best sandcastle contests, the Concours de Châteaux de Sable (August 9-11, 2013).”
To see the entire list of Top 10 Beaches in Canada, click here.