Discover our nature...

Do you like abundant natural environments? Come breathe the pure air of Témiscamingue, one of the most beautiful regions in Quebec!

Admire the breathtaking landscapes in a peaceful setting. We offer a wide selection of cultural and outdoor activities, guaranteed to satisfy everyone's tastes and interests.

Take advantage of the hiking trails and cycle paths nearby and discover:

"The Marais Laperrière" (marsh) Walk along the paths or take a guided tour of this exceptional nature preserve and observe some of the 150 species of birds, turtles and beavers. Relax in a picnic area or cross a footbridge to the observation tower.

Relax in a picnic area or follow the trails to access an observation tower and a bridge.

Discover l'île de college (Collage Island) and contemplate the splendid landscapes of College Island. Take a guided tour of the vineyard "Le Domaine des Ducs", the most Scandinavian vineyard in eastern Canada. Let yourself be tempted to taste their red, white and rosé wines.

Experience the pleasures of diverse water activities, such as swimming, kayaking and canoeing

TemiKami Kayak

Golfers will enjoy our splendid 9-hole course located on the banks of Lake Témiscamingue, only 15 minutes from Domaine Temi Kami.

Discover our history and culture.

Take a guided tour of "Fort Témiscamingue-Obadjiwan", a National Historic Site of Canada. Learn about fur-trading while visiting the interpretation centre.Travel down the paths of the past and meet period characters as you visit their dwellings.

"La forêt enchantée", Let yourself be amazed at the mysterious ambiance and contemplate the intriguing shapes in this unique "enchanted" forest.

Temikami - PêcheTemiKami - Marche en forêtTemiKami - Golf

At the end of your visits, have lunch at the “GAUFRIÈRE”  or stop by the restaurant  "Bistro chez Pascale" for a fine dining experience and taste our region’s culinary delights prepared by a first class Chef in a charming lakeside setting.

Visit the Lake Temiskaming Fossil Centre in Notre-Dame-du-Nord, focusing on the Ordivician-Silurian period  420 to 480 millions years ago. Learn about life on Earth during the earliest stages of evolution.