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Useful Information on Flights to Tete a La Baleine

Destination Airport:Tête à la Baleine Airport

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Tete-a-la-Baleine, also known as Whale Head, was founded in the 19th century. It is one of the three communities on the Lower North Shore where French is spoken. Tete-a-la-Baleine is a part of the Cote-Nord-du-Golfe-du-Saint-Laurent municipality in Quebec. The community was named after an island in the nearby Toutes-Iles archipelago. The Quebec Highway 138 connects the community to the ferry terminal and airport.

Things to do in Tete-a-la-Baleine

Jos Hebert Museum

Jos Hebert Museum is located on the Ile de la Passe. The structure is a replica of Joseph Hebert’s last house. Joseph Hebert is a local hero who became the first mail carrier in 1879. He delivered mail to even the remotest villages. The museum is dedicated to preserving his legacy and honoring his character.

Providence Island and Interpretation Center

Providence Island is accessible by boat tours from Tete-a-la-Baleine community. Visitors can come to the island to see its chapel which was established in 1895. The chapel is among the most popular tourist attractions on the Lower North Shore and is the oldest chapel in the region. The structure houses the Providence Island Interpretation Centre where visitors can learn about the history of the chapel and Tete-a-la-Baleine archipelago. There is also an inn serving typical francophone cuisine.

Outer Islands

A visit to the nearby outer islands by a local tour operator can help visitors cover many points of interest spread across various islands. Visitors can enjoy watching whales, dolphins, seabirds and seals. During summers, visitors can try out hiking on various hiking trails in the region.

Best Time to Fly to Tete-a-la-Baleine

The best time to take flights to Tete-a-la-Baleine is dependent upon what you wish to see. For example, visitors can see icebergs in early summer and spring, while whales can be spotted in fall and summer. During summer, museums are open, and boat tours are available. During winter, many winter activities are possible.

Airports in Tete-a-la-Baleine

Tete-a-la-Baleine flights are operated by Tete-a-la-Baleine Airport, which is located 2.9 miles southwest of Tete-a-la-Baleine. Limited flights are operated by Air Labrador to nearby destinations of Saint-Augustin, Blanc-Sablon, La Tabatiere, La Romaine, Chevery, Kegaska, and Natashquan.

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