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Saguenay Fjord cruise – 2 hours

Departing from Parc national du Fjord-du-Saguenay (Baie-Éternité sector), we offer 2-hour cruises to discover the National Park from its Fjord.

Immerse yourself in the immensity of Caps Trinité and Éternité, discover the history of Notre-Dame-du-Saguenay and meet the harbour seals and birds nesting on cliffs over 400m high. Aboard our 24-passenger zodiac, our captain-interpreter will share with you the secrets of a unique Fjord.

To book this zodiac activity, simply call the national park (SÉPAQ) at 1-800-665-6527.

Departures 2023

Low season: (June 23 to July 14 and August 21 to September 4) 10H and 14H00

High season (July 25 to August 20) 10H00, 14H00, 17H00

Price 2023

This package includes


Departing from the cruise dock in the Baie Éternité sector, you’ll skirt the 400-metre-high headlands to find yourself in the Fjord at the foot of the Notre-Dame statue. The zodiac will head to the west of the Fjord for a closer look at some splendid cliffs, geological faults and waterfalls. You’ll then head to the other side of the Fjord to reach Cape Liberté and learn more about its history. Along the way, your captain will pass one of the most popular spots for harbor seals, and you may see a few of them basking in the sun before returning to the starting point. The itinerary is subject to change according to weather conditions.

Equipment required

Cancellation and refund policy

Please arrive 30 minutes before departure at the National Park Discovery Centre. If you are late, your activity will not be reimbursed.

Saguenay Aventures reserves the right to cancel the excursion in the event of inclement weather. If this is the case, you will be informed at least 30 minutes before departure and will receive a 100% refund.

If you have to cancel for an external reason, here is our refund policy:

7 days or more 90% refundable
3-6 days 50% refundable
2 days or less 100% non-refundable

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