This summer, visitors from Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States among others, will visit Toronto, Ontario Canada. In addition to seeing the sites in downtown Toronto, a day trip may be in order to nearby Niagara Falls, Canada.
Experience Niagara Falls up close on the Maid of the Mist boat ride which is included in your Niagara Falls day tour. When you go on the Niagara Day Tour, you get to spend more time in Niagara Falls and visit local attractions and family adventure sites. Wine country is also nearby at Niagara On The Lake, and your day trip will stop there as well for some ice wine tasting (included).
Explore Niagara Falls from the air on the optional helicopter ride over the falls. All this can be done in a single day tour from your Toronto area hotel. Planning your time in Toronto and budgeting a day for this fantastic experience will help you get the most out of your trip. Sit back and relax as your semi-private bus whisks you off to Niagara Falls in air-conditioned comfort, while being in a smaller group for a funner and more inimate travel experience than large tour groups that have to park away from the falls and then make you take an extra shuttle.
From Lundy’s Lane and Clifton Hill to Fallsview Boulevard and Victoria Center, all the sites are accessible from the main Niagara Falls tourist area.
The recent buzz will be about Nik Wallenda’s attempt to walk across the falls on June 15. Let the good weather be with him as he mounts his tight rope beginning at 9p.m.!
Witness history being made over the falls on June 15 (or catch it on T.V.) as Nik crosses between Niagara Falls, New York and Niagara Falls, Ontario. (I wonder if he will have to clear customs and declare anything he has midway across the falls. Will his passport weigh him down?)
Maid of the Mist schedule for the remainder of 2012:
June 16 – Aug. 8 9:00am to 7:45pm (daily)
Aug. 9 – Aug. 28 9:00am to 7:15pm (daily)
Aug. 29 – Sept. 2 9:00am to 7:00pm (daily)
Labour Day Only Monday Sept. 3 9:00am to 4:45pm
Sept. 4 to October 3 9:45am to 4:45pm (weekdays) 9:45am to 5:45pm (weekends)
October 4 to October 24 9:45am to 4:45pm (daily)