Tag: Quebec

  • 5 days in Gaspé’s Forillon National Park

    During our 2020 Quebec roadtrip, we stayed a few nights in Gaspé’s Forillon National Park, but we only scratched the surface of what the park had to offer. We also really enjoyed the drive out to Gaspé along Route 132. So in 2022 we decided to do another Gaspésie roadtrip, this time spending 5 days […]

  • Top 6 best van overlanding spots in eastern Canada

    When we hit the road in our van, we try to overnight in sanctioned places as much as possible. In eastern Canada, some regions are very welcoming to van and RV travellers, while others are downright hostile. Luckily, we have found Quebec and Newfoundland to offer some amazing places for vans and RVs to stay the night. Between free municipal RV stops to paid provincial and national campgrounds, we share some our favourite places for overlanding in eastern Canada in our microcamper van.

  • Quebec roadtrip to the Gaspé peninsula and Saguenay fjord

    With two weeks of vacation fast approaching, we pressed through the first iteration of our Ford Transit Connect van conversion. We had originally planned to use the first week of vacation to finish the conversion, and travel for the second week, but we realized that if focused on the conversion on weekends and evenings, we could extend our roadtrip into a longer, more epic Quebec roadtrip.

  • Where to eat in Montreal

    Where to eat in Montreal

    If you’re visiting Montreal, here is a list of classic Montreal foods that you must try, and where to eat them. This isn’t necessarily your list of best restaurants in Montreal, but a list of where to eat in Montreal to try all the best local dishes.

  • 5 days in Montreal

    5 days in Montreal

    Montreal is like a little bit of Europe in the middle of North America. Known for poutine, bagels and joie-de-vivre, we’ll show you how to maximize your 5 days in Montreal.

  • 2 days in Quebec City

    2 days in Quebec City

    Quebec City was first settled in 1535 by Jacques Cartier, and founded in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain. The Old Québec district is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is the only Canadian city with its original city walls. The old city is divided into Upper Town and Lower Town. We’ll show you how to maximize your 2 days in Quebec City.