Bonaventure Island and Percé Rock National Park
In summer the cliffs of Bonaventure Island are home to some 200,000 birds (gulls, puffins, cormorants and small penguins), among which 116,000 gannets. A pleasant boat trip goes close to Percé Rock and then around the island. In summer passengers can disembark onto the island for a closer look at the birds. The park also organises whale observation cruises, while Le Chafaud Museum shines the limelight on the rich Percé heritage.