St. Pierre and Miquelon thrive on rich sea life in the surrounding waters. Fish, seabirds and marine mammals combined with the stunning water views and rugged terrain result in thrilling water excursions around the islands. Birdwatchers will want to venture to Grand Colombier, a tiny nature reserve island, home to puffins and many of the archipelago's migratory birds. The marine wildlife adventure sets out from St. Pierre in search of seals, birds, whales and other wildlife in the rich waters around the islands.
Whether you're more inclined to take a relaxing stroll or a more vigorous and adventurous hike, the islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon have plenty of stunning views and beautiful, out-of-the-way paths. The Diamant hike is a 75-minute walk around a beach-lined peninsula on St. Pierre island. For a longer adventure, the walk to Étang du Télégraphe takes just over two hours and goes through the interior of the island to a lovely pond. Maps are available at the Tourism Bureau.
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