Curious Nature Double quarantine in 2020!
This year, the term quarantine has never been used as often as since the 1830s. I had the chance, this fall, in the midst of a pandemic to learn more about the sanitary measures of the time by visiting the Grosse-île or if you prefer Quarantine Island. A day full of emotions, paying homage to our ancestors ...
Amélie Dumas-Aubé • Updated on April 28, 2023
Curious Nature Grosse île and the Irish memorial national historic site: a wave of emotions on an extraordinary island!
Come learn about the history of the Irish immigrants that left their homeland in search of a better life. With its original buildings, characters from the period and the guides, you’ll have an unforgettable experience!
Roseline Houle • Updated on March 20, 2023
Curious Nature Razorbill Observation Cruise
Did you know that you can see little penguins without ever goint to the Arctic? Fortunately, yes! You can watch them during a short period of time in May and June in the middle of the St. Lawrence River. You can try this experience only aboard a cruise from Croisière Lachance.
Sara-Émilie Laurin • Updated on February 16, 2023
Curious Nature Rosalie's favorite for Grosse-Île and the Irish Memorial National Historic Site
All aboard the Vent des Îles with Captain Lachance!
Rosalie Meunier • Written on August 20, 2019
Curious Nature FALL IN LOVE WITH ISLE-AUX- GRUES. CÉDRIC BECOMES AN ISLANDER FOR A DAY!
It was during my trip to the Saint-François observatory on Île d'Orléans a couple years ago that I came to realize the size of this archipelago in the middle of the Saint Lawrence between Quebec City and Islet.
Cédric Lehoux • Written on July 5, 2017