Tourist Information Offices

Year round

(Jun to September)

BIT de Rimouski
50, rue Saint-Germain Ouest, Rimouski  G5L 4B5
418 723-2322/ 1 800 746-6875

BIT de Rivière-du-Loup
189, boulevard de l'Hôtel-de-Ville, Rivière-du-Loup G5R 5C4
418 862-1981  / 1 888 825-1981

BIT de La Pocatière
10, route du Quai,
La Pocatière   G0R 1Z0
856-5040 / 1-888-856-5040

BIT de Saint-Pascal
175, rue Varin,
Saint-Pascal   G0L 3Y0
418 492-7753

BAT de Kamouraska
69-A, avenue Morel,
Kamouraska   G0L 1M0
418 492-1325 Fax: 418 492-3547

BAT de Pohénégamook
1309, rue Principale,
Pohénégamook   G0L 1J0
418 863-7722 poste 4104


BIT de Témiscouata-sur-le-Lac
7-b, boulevard Industriel,
Témiscouata-sur-le-Lac  G0L 1E0
418 854-9406

BAT de Notre-Dame-du-Portage
Halte Routière, Autoroute 20 Est,
Notre-Dame-du Portage G0L 1Y0
418 862-3559

BIT de Trois-Pistoles 
51, route 132 Ouest, Halte routière,
Trois-Pistoles G0L4K0
418 851-3698

BAT de Saint-Fabien
33, route 132 Ouest,
Saint-Fabien   G0L 2Z0
418 869-3333


Tourist Information Office (BIT)

In addition to offering the complete collection of regional tourist guides, they provide complete information on the region in which they are located. Further information on neighbouring regions as well as urban centers, such as Montreal and Quebec, is also available on site. They are known as the benchmark for the tourism-based businesses of the Bas-Saint-Laurent region!

Tourist Welcome Center (BAT)

These premises have mainly a local mandate; they inform the visitors at the municipality and nearby community levels. Their services cover solely the area in which they are located (RCM) and only the Bas-Saint-Laurent tourist guide is available on site.

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