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La Baie Port in Saguenay
If you thought Scandinavia was the only country with fjords then you need to think again. This one, the Saguenay Fjord, is more than a few thousand miles east across the North Atlantic Ocean from either Norway, Sweden or Denmark.
The Saguenay Fjord is in Quebec, Canada, and is a picturesque waterway that stretches from the eastern shore of Lake Saint-Jean, winds its way through the city of Saguenay and ends when it joins the Lawrence River. The fjord is a popular spot for sports like sea kayaking and La Baie Port, the small harbor you can see here, is where some of the local whale watching cruises depart from. Keep an eye on the water as sometimes the whales, mostly minke and belugas, can’t wait to be spotted and swim up the fjord, pop their heads up and take a look at the humans instead.