La belle province is an absolutely breathtaking place, especially with all the stunning Quebec lakes and rivers to explore.\nNot only is the province flowing with waters, but it's overflowing with beauty.\nEditor's Choice: Quebec-Based Structube Apologized For Naming Trash Bins Using Common Names Of Muslim Men\nIf you're like me, you're constantly trying to build your list of places to explore, both near and far, no matter when your next adventure may be.\nWell, look no further than right in your own backyard. Because when it comes to beautiful bodies of water, Quebec's definitely got you covered.\nLac Pink\nDistance From Montreal: 2 hours and 30 minutes\nWhy You Should Add It To Your Bucket List: OK, so it turns out Lac Pink is not actually pink, but that doesn't mean it's not actually spectacular.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Laki Ettebe (@lakiettebe)\nWebsite\nRivière Bonaventure\nDistance From Montreal: 9 hours\nWhy You Should Add It To Your Bucket List: The waters of this Quebec river are so clear, you'll probably think they aren't real... but luckily for us, they are.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Québec moi ça (@quebecmoica)\nFind out more\nPlage Saint-Irénée\nDistance From Montreal: 4 hours and 10 minutes\nWhy You Should Add It To Your Bucket List: Not far from our province's capital is this gorgeous beach that will make you proud to live in la belle province.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Charles-Olivier Guignard (@cguignard_)\nWebsite\nPort-au-Persil\nDistance From Montreal: 4 hours and 40 minutes\nWhy You Should Add It To Your Bucket List: This place is beautiful in the day, but when the sunset reflects off of the water, it's nothing short of magical.\nView this post on Instagram Au passage de Charlevoix, petit arrêt à Port-au-Persil. Magnifique instant devant un paysage où le printemps prend le dessus sur l'hiver. Au large, un béluga venu me saluer le temps de quelques souffles. // On my way in Charlevoix, I stopped at Port-au-Persil. Magnificent moment in front of a landscape where spring takes over the winter. Near the coast, a beluga came to greet me for a few breaths. #nationalgeographic #quebecoriginal #charlevoix A post shared by Mathieu Dupuis (@mat_dupuis_photo) on Apr 4, 2017 at 1:05pm PDT\nWebsite\nCacouna\nDistance From Montreal: 4 hours and 20 minutes\nWhy You Should Add It To Your Bucket List: Another gorgeous spot when the sun hits just right, this location will have you feeling all types of emotions.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Travel | Voyage | 旅行 📸🌎🧳 (@martinlabbe)\nWebsite\nParc national des Hautes Gorges de la Rivière Malbaie\nDistance From Montreal: 4 hours and 30 minutes\nWhy You Should Add It To Your Bucket List: This park has an incredible river that'll totally take your breath away.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Gaël Bonnand (@gbonnand)\nWebsite\nLac Brome\nDistance From Montreal: 1 hour and 20 minutes\nWhy You Should Add It To Your Bucket List: This is one of the most popular lakes for Montrealers and for good reason: not only is it close, but it's incredibly stunning.\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by @karine_trudel\nWebsite\nBefore you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.