Guided Tour Takes Approximately 5 Hours
Most of This Tour Is Handicap Accessible
Hotel Pick Up & Drop Off is Included
Appropriate for All Ages
Both Cameras and Video Cameras are Permitted
Gift Shop On-site
This all-time favorite tour features just about everything on the Canadian side of the Falls! From adventure and excitement to the most captivating views in Niagara Falls, this five-hour tour offers guests all the excitement they could desire as they lead them through Niagara Parks, Queen Victoria Park, and of course to see the three waterfalls that make up Niagara Falls.
Detailed Tour Itinerary
Includes Admission to Skylon Tower
Ride in a glass elevator on the exterior of this most famous structure in Niagara Falls. Once you reach the 775' high observation deck you'll enjoy a 360 degree views that include all three spectacular falls, the Niagara wine district, Great Gorge, and skylines of Buffalo, New York and Toronto.
Includes Admission to Maid of the Mist
Take a thrilling and amazing ride aboard the world-famous Maid of the Mist, the ship that sails right up to the thunderous falls for mesmerizing views. Rain gear is provided, so don't worry about getting wet! Besides, it's worth it to see the beautiful Niagara Falls up close and personal from your boat.
Includes Admission to Skylon Tower Observation Deck - Niagara Falls, ON
For an amazing aerial and panoramic view of the Niagara Falls and surrounding region, journey to the top of the Skylon Tower Observation Deck! The indoor and outdoor observation decks provide you with the highest vantage point in Niagara with the ability to see 8,000 square miles of Canada and the U.S. Not to mention, you will receive a free return pass to the Skylon Tower!
Tour Stop at Niagara River Gorge
View the magnificent Niagara River Gorge to see how the churning waters of the world-renowned Niagara Falls carved out this awesome spectacle. The most popular parts of the Niagara Gorge are the Upper Great Gorge, also known as the Maid of the Mist Pool, and the Whirlpool Rapids Gorge, which is world famous for its wild rapids.
Tour Stop at Table Rock
For the closest and most magnificent view of the Falls from the Canadian side, the group will head to Table Rock, a large shelf of rock that jutted out from the Canadian shore of Niagara Falls. This spot offers fantastic views of the Falls, perfect for photo opportunities.
Tour Stop at Canadian Horseshoe Falls
As the largest and most impressive of the three waterfalls that make up Niagara Falls, Horseshoe Falls is the image that usually comes to mind when mentioning this natural wonder. The water churns over the crest at speeds of about 20 miles per hour and has an average elevation of 500 feet.
Tour Stop at American Falls
Located on the United States side of the American-Canadian border, American Falls pumps 150,000 gallons of water per second over the crest of the cliff. The falls are noted for the collection of rocks at the base, as the water cascades 70 feet down onto the rocks, where it crashes another 100-plus feet to the river below.
Tour Stop at Bridal Veil Falls
Located next to the American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls is the third waterfall of the incredible Niagara Falls. The crest is 56 feet wide and has a direct fall of 78 feet that crashes onto the large rocks below, making the total drop 181 feet.
Drive By Dufferin Islands
Home to the "Winter Festival of Lights" from November to January, Dufferin Islands is a popular tourist area covering ten acres. This quiet, secluded park is a paradise composed of several small islands connected by small bridges and footpaths.
Tour Stop at The Niagara Whirlpool
This natural whirlpool is situated right along the U.S.-Canadian border in the Niagara Gorge downstream from the Falls. Estimated at 4,200 years old, the whirlpool was formed by upstream erosion of the Niagara Escarpment by the river, and today, this whirlpool reaches a depth of 124 feet.
Drive By Whirlpool Aero Car
With this tour, you'll get to jump aboard the Whirlpool Aero Car and soar high above the racing Niagara River for a fantastic view of the river, the Great Gorge, and the Niagara Whirlpool. This antique cable car will pull you across the torrent of water that is one of the world's most mesmerizing natural phenomena known as the Niagara Whirlpool!
Drive By The Niagara Scow
Also known as the Old Scow, this is the wreckage of a small scow from 1918, when two men came perilously close to plunging over the Horseshoe Falls, the largest of the three waterfalls. Upstream of the Falls, the wreckage of the Niagara Scow is still visible today.
Includes Admission to Niagara Parks
This Ontario government agency maintains the shoreline of the Niagara River around the Falls, and visitors can experience the incredible power and beauty of the Falls at the Niagara Parks. Here, you can enjoy many awesome sightseeing attractions aside from the Falls themselves, including history, nature, gardens, and so much more.
Drive By Oakes Garden Theatre
The Oakes Garden Theatre, as the entrance-way to Queen Victoria Park, is the key central area of Niagara Parks. Constructed in 1936, the central amphitheater is built along the contours of the landscape with a curved pergola overlooking the amphitheater.
Drive By Whirlpool Golf Course
Dramatically situated next to the mighty Niagara Whirlpool or bordering the historic grounds of the 1814 Battle of Chippawa, Niagara Parks Golf courses feature challenging designs by renowned golf architects. This is one of Canada's most highly rated and renowned public golf courses.
Drive By Niagara Glen
The Niagara Glen is a unique spot of beauty deep in the Great Gorge that has been a designated Nature Reserve since 1992. As your tour group may walk around the glen, please be aware that hikes through the glen involve an elevation change over over 200 feet, and please wear appropriate footwear for steep, rugged terrain.
Tour Stop at Floral Clock
One of the most photographed attractions in the area, the Floral Clock is a working clock with the face formed of flowers. While the face is maintained by Niagara Parks horticulture staff, the mechanism is kept in working order by Ontario Hydro, the organization that originally built the clock.
Drive By Queen Victoria Park
Located directly across from the American Falls and just north of Horseshoe Falls, Queen Victoria Park offers an beautiful natural escape directly in the heart of Niagara Falls, Ontario. The park borders the Niagara River and offers a large rock garden, a Hybrid tea rose garden, and two carpet-bedding gardens.
Stops may change due to traffic, weather, maintenance, etc.
This all-inclusive tour gives you a professionally trained and licensed tour guide and gives you admission to all the best attractions on the Canadian side of the border.