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How to Have the Best Summer

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When the sun shines and temperatures rise, it’s the perfect time to explore the surroundings of Quebec City. From thrilling theme parks to serene wildlife encounters, there’s something for everyone during the summer. Here’s a look at the top activities to add to your summer bucket list:

1. La Ronde:

Located on Sainte-Hélène Island in Montreal, La Ronde is an amusement park entertaining visitors since 1967. Equipped with 38 rides and attractions, including the highest ride in the park reaching 53 meters in height, La Ronde accommodates approximately 1.2 million visitors annually. There will be fun for the whole family with options for adults, children, and seniors. Prices range from $34,99 to $37,99, depending on age and size.

2. Le Village Vacances Valcartier:

Opened in 1963, le Village Vacances Valcartier offers a thrilling water park experience with more than 35 heated water slides, two themed rivers, and a wave pool. Entrance prices range from $42,99 to $52,99, depending on size. Additionally, the park includes Camping Valcartier, offering 600 campsites suitable for tents, caravans, and motorhomes.

3. Arbraska:

For outdoor enthusiasts looking for adrenaline, Arbraska offers exhilarating tree-to-tree adventures in several locations in Quebec, Montérégie, Mauricie, and even Outaouais. With a minimum age of 12 and a height limit of approximately 5.9 feet with arms raised, participants can embark on a three-hour journey through the forest. Prices vary, with adult prices around $45,00 and youth prices around $37,00.

4. The Safari Park (Montérégie):

The Safari Park attracts more than 400,000 visitors yearly with its diverse collection of 500 animals and exciting attractions. Visitors can cross a 4.5-kilometer service area to feed the animals, while remaining comfortably seated in their vehicle, walk on trails to observe various animals, visit a mini-farm, and cool off in the park aquatic. Additionally, the Parc Safari offers immersive safari experiences such as guided tours and animal encounters, allowing guests to get up close and personal with their favourite creatures. With opportunities for excitement and relaxation, the Safari Park promises a memorable day for families and animal lovers.

5. Whale-watching cruise (North Shore): 

Embark on an unforgettable adventure with a whale-watching cruise along the North Shore. Lasting approximately three hours and priced from $60 to $200, these cruises offer the chance to observe majestic whales in their natural habitat. Knowledgeable guides provide fascinating information about the behaviour and conservation efforts surrounding these magnificent marine mammals, ensuring a memorable and educational experience for all passengers.

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