Travelling to Saguenay
The Navettes Maritimes du Fjord is located in the magnificent region of Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean. Outlined below is how to reach to our region no matter if you're travelling by automobile, bus or plane. For the addresses of our ticket booths and departure wharves, click here
From Québec and Montréal
Take Route 175, a four-lane divided highway between Québec and Saguenay. Easily accessible and safe, it crosses the spectacular Laurentides wildlife reserve. Happy trails!
For visitors arriving from the North Shore, take Route 138 south toward Tadoussac. Then, the 172 leads to Sainte-Rose-du-Nord and Saguenay, along the northern shore of the Saguenay River.
Two entry points are available from Route 138 for getting here:
You'll travel through the Parc des Grands-Jardins until the borough of La Baie, where departures are available.
Route 170 west
The road leads through Petit-Saguenay, L’Anse-Saint-Jean, Rivière-Éternité followed by the borough of La Baie.
Take the bus for hassle-free travel. Many routes from the larger cities and regions across Québec are available. Connections from Montréal and Québec to Saguenay are offered on a daily basis. Visit Intercar's website for details and schedules.
T 1 800.806.2167
SAGUENAY-BAGOTVILLE AIRPORT (YBG)
It only takes 50 minutes to travel between Montréal and Saguenay by plane! Several flights are offered on a daily basis between Montréal and Saguenay. In addition, the airport is located only 15 minutes from each borough in Saguenay. It is also regarded as airport of entry into the country (CANPASS) and is serviced by many airlines including Air Canada.
7000, chemin de l'Aéroport, Saguenay (bor. of La Baie), G0V 1A0