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Only 2 Spots In Quebec Made The '20 Best Places To Travel In Canada For 2021' List

Montreal didn't make the cut...
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If you've been planning your post-pandemic travel,'s  "20 Best Places To Travel In Canada For 2021" may help you narrow down your options. 

But surprisingly, only two places in Quebec made the list.

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The South Okanagan in British Columbia was ranked the top spot to explore in our country this year, thanks to its breathtaking natural landscape, its many culinary options, its myriad of vineyards, and the "Indigenous culture that connects it all."

As for which spots in La Belle Province made the cut, the trip from Quebec City to Tadoussac is at #8 and Gaspésie ranked #14.

So, if you're looking to explore parts of the province you've never seen before, make sure to keep these spots on your dream destination bucket list.

What is there to do in Gaspésie?

If you decide to go explore Gaspésie at any point this year, you'll realize that there are a ton of nature parks for you to see. Besides parks, there are also forests upon forests to walk through.

So really, there's no way for you to get bored — as long as you're a fan of Mother Nature and what she has to offer.

What is the road from Quebec City to Tadoussac like?

When starting in Quebec City, the province's capital, you can take a stroll through Old Quebec, witness the Château Frontenac in all its glory, explore the Plains of Abraham, and walk along Petit Champlain checking out all the unique shops that surround you.

Then, if the plan is to hop in your car and make your way to Tadoussac, you'll discover that this journey takes approximately three hours from start to finish.

Once there, the Sentier de la Pointe-de-l'Islet Trail is a must-see. Besides that, there are many other sights to see and historic villages to take in.

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