Let yourself be transported by the Cree

Come enjoy a unique experience with the Cree of the Waskaganish First Nation. Culture and heritage are the keywords for describing this historical site, so important to the Cree Nation and to Quebec. The area is renowned for the mighty rivers that converge on this part of James Bay, which at the same time hosts one of the most important bird migration routes. Nature and photography enthusiasts will find an abundance of subjects, such as Smokey Hill rapids on the Rivière Rupert, where families gather every year to fish for sea-run white fish. You can observe traditional fishing practices and sample smoked fish prepared on-site. A true local delicacy!

  • Camping

  • Fishing

  • Flora observation

  • Snowmobile

  • Tent accommodation

  • Traditional meal

  • Wildlife observation

Activity locations

Waskaganish - Eeyou Istchee, Baie-James

Season of activity

4 seasons


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