Hospitality and sharing are part of the traditional values of Aboriginal people, regardless of whether they are First Nations or Inuit. They welcome, in a warm-hearted manner, curious visitors who wish to make discoveries. Learn along with them the lessons that they have received from nature since ancient times.
Catch a glimpse of Huron-Wendat and Québecois history through the paintings and collector’s items that adorn this bed and breakfast which is located in the heart of the community and in proximity to Quebec City’s attractions.
Recreation of a Huron village featuring a guided tour, dance shows, arts and crafts, etc. Educational packages are created to suit your needs. The NEK8ARRE Restaurant offers menus based on fish and game. The “Le Huron” Gift Shop features Native American arts and crafts.
Situated on the shore of the Lac St-Jean, this inn offers five cozy rooms that have been completely renovated while offering all the convenience, charm and comfort of an authentic inn. Visit us to discover the community of Mashteuiatsh.
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Referred to as “Indians” and then “American Indians” a little later on, today they are more accurately referred to as the “First Nations” for the indigenous or aboriginal peoples of Canada, “Inuit” for the Aboriginal people of Northern Canada and “Métis" for the people of mixed ancestry.
Quebec Aboriginal Tourism is the new identify of the QATC: Quebec Aboriginal Tourism Corporation.