Parc national de l'Île-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher-Percé - National Parks - Sépaq

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Parc national de l'Île-Bonaventure-
et-du-Rocher‑Percé

Season over

This establishment is now closed for the season.

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New public health measures: establishments in "orange" zones

This establishment is located in one of the regions designated as "orange". Please refer to the additional public health regulations now in place.

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Parc national de l'Île-Bonaventure-et-du-Rocher-Percé stands out with its rich natural, historic, and geological heritage. Sculpted by time and the sea, at the Gaspé Peninsula's tip, it has the fortress of Bonaventure Island and the magnificent stone vessel of Percé Rock-Québec's tourism emblem. Its outstanding flora and fauna, including its famous colony of Northern Gannets make it a must-see for visitors, as do the island's old homes-the last witnesses to the way the islanders lived a century ago.

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Park access authorization

You must now purchase your access rights on the website prior to your visit. This new measure contributes to the collective effort to combat the spread of COVID‑19.

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Family Time

Activities for your youngsters and family services - discover what this family destination has in store for your vacation! See our detailed fact sheet.


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The Way of Gaspé Cure, the Historic Route

This tourism circuit includes several of the Gaspé Peninsula’s museums and historical institutions. You’ll discover the historical and economic importance of this fish species, which is now threatened by extinction.


Important

Warning - High risk

Walking along the walls of Percé Rock and of Mont Joli is extremely dangerous. Several tons of rock fall from Percé Rock in all seasons, each and every year.

Awards

2016 Certificate of Excellence TripAdvisor

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