The Mingan Island national park reserve is an archipeligo consisting of 40 islands north of Anticosti island in the St. Lawrence. The islands formed as the land level rose after the last ice age - the shorelines of the islands are dotted with clusters of limestone monoliths eroded by the waves and wind.
There are camping sites on most of the islands just off the gravel shore. You can sit and watch seals and whales go by.
This is the boat that cruises everyone around the Capitaine Yockell. They dump you on shore and pick you up in a couple of days.
A++ amazing place. There is a huge amount to see up here, and the seafood is fantastic.