Extravagant valleys and granite cliffs tower above Saguenay's glittering waterways in the Land of Giants. These colossal canyons stretch 100km along the Saguenay River, with three national parks vying for your attention, sometimes overshadowed by the spectacular sight of whales surfacing the shallower waters near the mouth of St Lawrence River. So how will the city compete after such a journey? Well, you'll find friendly hosts with a love for gastronomy in the laid-back cafes, bars and swanky rooftop terraces. Explore the bustling museums, boutiques, and art galleries, not forgetting to sample some indulgent home-baked blueberry pie. Further on at picturesque Lac-Saint-Jean, biking is the best way to get around, but you can also fish, kayak, swim or try one of the many watersports on offer. Or you could simply take some time to relax on the golden sand to admire the majestic lake in all its splendour.