Sunrise in Baie-Comeau sheds light on a new and promising day, especially if you’re someone who loves nature.
In Baie-Comeau, do as I did, and get out on a boat. You may see whales — I did — but you’ll definitely see signs of the force of nature, such as the glacial scarring on ancient granite rocks and waterfalls that tumble into the sea.
You can be as active as you like in Baie-Comeau. Attempt a daring Tyrolean traverse along the cliffs in the Garden of the Glaciers or buckle up to zip-line through forest canopy and across the water, coming so close if you’re daring as to skim the water’s cool and refreshing surface.
I particularly enjoyed the beach barbecue, where delicious slabs of salmon were roasted over a campfire, along with mouth-water scallops, and all of it washed down by good Canadian beer, some good wine and Acadian folk music inside a yurt, where a welcome fire kept away the September chill. Life hardly gets any better than this.
Bai-Comeau is an Avid Cruiser Recommended Destination on Saint Lawrence Cruise Itineraries.