Your first stop when you arrive in Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean: the nearest tourist office. You will be greeted by our information consultants who are trained to present you with the tourist offer and new products, all year round.

With 12 tourist information offices, you won't be short of places to receive up-to-date tourist information and personalized assistance. 

Tourist Information Offices

New : Sticker collection!

Received personalized service with qualified personnel, suggested itineraries tailored to your needs, complete information on attractions, events and accommodations and official tourist guides of the regions of Quebec.

Do not hesitate to contact our tourist information advisors at 1-877-BLEUETS (253-8387) or

Experience a warm welcome representative of the people of Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean!

Locate our tourist information offices on the map

Meet our tourist information advisors in one of our 7 offices open year round. These are identified with a blue "?" on the map below. 

Discover also the seasonal offices, where you can get information during the summer season, identified with a yellow "?". 

Regional sticker collection

There's never been a better reason to discover the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region! That's why we're delighted to present our brand-new collection of stickers! Inspired by the distinctive landscapes and rich culture of Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, each sticker features unique points of interest for you to observe during your stay in the region.

A total of 13 stickers are available from tourist information offices to add a touch of color to your adventure here! 

To get your hands on them, head to one of the 12 distribution points in the region. They're all available free of charge, so why not bring Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean home with you!

Discover the artists behind our stickers!

Born in Kazakhstan, Oksana is a Russian artist who moved to Canada at the age of eight. She explored Canada's vast libraries and was immediately captivated by children's illustration books. Before embarking on her career in illustration, she took courses in Visual Arts at Cégep du Vieux Montréal and obtained a bachelor's degree in Theatre Design at Concordia.
Since arriving in Saguenay in 2020, she has had the opportunity to collaborate with many of the region's cultural enterprises. She had the opportunity to train in 2D animation with Les films de La Baie, acquiring digital drawing skills along the way. Today, she is working on her first children's book and intersperses her professional life with illustration and graphic design contracts.


Sophie Kurtness is an Ilnu multidisciplinary artist from the Mashteuiatsh community, with a bachelor's degree in art from the Université du Québec à Chicoutimi. Her preferred media are painting and installation. Her works represent and are inspired by Nitassinan, the territory and culture of the Pekuakamiulnuatsh. They illustrate the link between the ilnu and the land, spirits and animals. Her work is a blend of sensitivity and strength, of what we see and what we feel.

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