A region of a thousand faces, Lanaudière is a mix of urban areas and wilderness. Renowned for its wide open spaces and countless waterfalls, lakes and rivers, it is particularly appealing to travellers looking for a resort vacation, recreation and outdoor fun. It also offers a wide range of cultural and culinary attractions.

Terrebonne celebrates its 350th anniversary in style!

Photo credit: Fabien Proulx-Tremblay

In 2023, Terrebonne is turning 350 years old! The festivities have already kicked off, and the action-packed program continues with great fanfare throughout the year. Must-see events include a multimedia aquatic show called AVA - Terrebonne au fil de l’eau – a deep dive into the city’s history to celebrate water as a source of life and a witness to generational evolution – and the Symphonie des fleurs by Cavalia, with thousands of luminous flowers that shine to the rhythm of original musical compositions, creating a visual choreography that’s sure amaze the whole family. A colourful sight to behold!

Escape to nature and stay in a yurt at Boisés de la Rivière Noire

Photo credit: Boisés de la Rivière Noire

There’s no better way to shake off the daily grind than to plan an unconventional stay in the heart of nature. Head to Sainte-Émélie-de-l'Énergie, in the Lanaudière region, to experience the brand-new, two-storey yurts boasting a distinctive style, which can comfortably accommodate up to four people, or the luxurious Pod-type chalets. The yurts all have their own unique character and offer everything you need to unplug and be one with nature. The communal yurt is equipped with a kitchen and is the perfect gathering place to connect with fellow outdoor enthusiasts.

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