Experienced staff will introduce them to Amerindian animist beliefs through practices that have survived for decades. Participants will be introduced to ceremonies, celebrations and rituals, including some that can still be seen today in Aboriginal communities.
Depending on the number of participants, it’s also possible to have a guided tour of the Huron-Wendat Museum with their exhibits “Territories-Memories-Knowledge”, “Mirror of a People”, The Works and Legacy of Zacharie Vincent, “Hatiyuwa:nenhs, the Great Men” Nicolas Vincent from Tsawenhohi, the Ekionkiestha’ National Longhouse, Notre-Dame-de-Lorette Mission, the Kabir Kouba falls and the Nation’s fresco.
Lunch on site
La Traite Restaurant
Chef Martin Gagné invites you to let yourself be transported by the subtle flavours of the boreal forest, the products of our land, hunting, fishing and gathering, to live in harmony with nature, which continues to be a source of inspiration for him. Enjoy this magical moment by the fire and let yourself be transported by the story of the day.
- Guided tour
- Professional guide
- Lunch at the restaurant in Wendake
- Bus transportation to the Wendake Site
Cost: $141.00 + taxes
5 hours | Capacity: 10 minimum / 54 maximum
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9 a.m. – 2 p.m.