Best of Both Canadian and American Tour

Best of Both Canadian and American Tour

Detail U.S. Tour Takes Approximately 4 Hours, and Canadian Tour Takes Approximately 4 Hours
Detail Hotel Pick Up & Drop Off is Included *View Details
Detail Appropriate for All Ages
Detail Both Cameras and Video Cameras are Permitted
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With this amazing Deluxe Combo Tour, you can enjoy the all the best sights and activities from the All American Tour and the All Canadian Adventure Tour combined into one awesome tour!

Feel the sheer power of the Niagara Falls on the world-famous Maid of the Mist boat, at the Cave of the Winds, and in the Journey Behind the Falls. This tour will also give you access to choice viewpoints that provide wonderful vistas for appreciating the Falls' grandeur. On the tour, your guide will take you to the best places to view and experience the Falls in two countries, the U.S. and Canada - and the best part is, you can schedule the tours at your convenience, doing everything all in one day or breaking it up over two. During your tour, you will enjoy air-conditioned vans and 24-passenger mini-shuttles, and your licensed guides are happy and eager to answer all of your questions.

Detailed Tour Itinerary
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 Includes Admission to  Maid of the Mist
Start off your tour with a famous Maid of the Mist boat ride, where you will have the opportunity to get up-close and personal with the mighty Niagara Falls. This awe-inspiring ride will provide you and your group with unmatched views of the gorge and a sense of the powerful waterfalls. Rain gear will be provided.
Lookout bridges
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 Includes Admission to  Cave of the Winds
This tourist attraction will take you via elevator from the area between the American and Canadian Falls down to the level of the Niagara River at the base of the American Falls. Follow a series of redwood decks and platforms right up to the base of the Bridal Veil Falls, where water will crash down right in front of you and flow beneath the decking. Rain gear will be provided.
Journey Behind the Falls
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 Includes Admission to  Journey Behind the Falls
At Journey Behind the Falls, you'll experience the awesome spectacle of one-fifth of the world's fresh water crashing down to the basin below. You'll find Journey Behind the Falls at the brink of the Horseshoe Falls, then take an elevator down through bedrock to tunnels leading one-third of the way behind the massive sheet of water. From there, you will be able to walk onto the Upper and Lower Observation Decks for fantastic views of the Falls. Rain gear will be provided.
Whirlpool State Park near Niagara Falls, NY
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 Tour Stop at  Whirlpool State Park
When you visit Whirlpool State Park, you will be able to enjoy the sights from two different levels. On the street level, you will have many scenic overlooks with spectacular views of the Whirlpool and Rapids, as well as have access to the gorge natural history room. On the river level, hiking and fishing are available by taking the staircase located just downstream from the main park area.
American Falls in Niagara Falls, NY, wonder
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 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.
Tourists viewing the falls
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 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.
View of the falls cascading
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 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.
Lower rapids of Niagara Falls
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 Tour Stop at  Lower Rapids
Less severe than the Upper Rapids, the Niagara River's Lower Rapids and whirlpools are too wild to navigate, but this area is popular with fishermen, offering them many opportunities for fishing from here to the mouth of the river at Lake Ontario.
The Niagara Whirlpool near Niagara Falls, ON
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 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.
View points near the falls
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 Tour Stop at  Goat Island
For a spectacular view of Niagara Falls from the United States, this tour will take you to Goat Island! As part of the Niagara Falls State Park, the oldest state park in the United States, Goat Island is located on the Niagara River in the middle of Niagara Falls, just between Horseshoe Falls and Bridal Veil Falls.
Relaxing by the falls
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 Tour Stop at  Luna Island
From Goat Island, a small bridge will give you access to Luna Island, crossing the rapids close to Bridal Veil Falls. This small island between the American and Bridal Veil Falls has a fantastic close-up view of both waterfalls and is part of the Niagara Falls State Park.
Upper Rapids near Niagara Falls, ON
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 Tour Stop at  Upper Rapids
These Class V rapids flow with tremendous force as they head towards the Falls, terminating with a sudden plunge of approximately 165 feet over the escarpment to form one of the largest, most magnificent waterfalls on the plant.
Terrapin Point near Niagara Falls, NY
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 Tour Stop at  Terrapin Point
Located in the southwestern area of Goat Island, Terrapin Point is where the edge of the Horseshoe Falls touches the island. The point is a low area several feet above the river and is overlooked by a bluff called Porters Bluff.
Bridge over the water
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 Tour Stop at  Prospect Point Park
As the site of Observation Tower, Prospect Point offers you breathtaking views of the Niagara Falls. Not only will you have amazing views of the American Falls, which the point flanks, but you will also have the ability to see the Horseshoe Falls a little farther away.
Stone bridge on the island
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 Tour Stop at  Three Sisters Islands
These three small islands off the west side of Goat Island are a wonderful area to explore, take a quiet walk, or enjoy close-up views of the rapids and cascades. Connected by bridges, the Three Sisters are perfect for visitors to walk to all three separate islands for grand views of the rapids in the Niagara River before its descent over the Horseshoe Falls.
Observation tower
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 Includes Admission to  N.Y.S. Observation Tower
Get your cameras ready and head for the top of the New York State Observation Tower, where you will be able to have a panoramic view of all three Niagara Falls. Often called the Niagara Falls Observation Tower, this tower extends dramatically over Niagara Gorge, giving you unobstructed views of the wild cascades and ranging whitewater below.
Table Rock in Niagara Falls, ON
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 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.
Dam on the canal
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 Tour Stop at  Disaster Site of Schoellkopf Power Plant
The Schoellkopf Power Plant was destroyed as it fell from the gorge wall and collapsed into the river, killing one worker and costing an estimated $100 million in damages. The entire southern portion of the plant collapsed into the river below, and some debris was propelled to the Canadian side of the gorge.
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 Tour Stop at  Botanical Gardens
Niagara Parks' Botanical Gardens is located on the scenic Niagara Parkway and the Great Gorge, just a ten-minute drive north of the Niagara Falls. This beautiful garden setting is home to the Butterfly Conservatory and serves as the unique outdoor classroom for students attending the Niagara Parks School of Horticulture.
International Niagara Water Control Dam near Niagara Falls, ON
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 Tour Stop at  International Niagara Water Control Dam
Built in 1957, this huge hydroelectric plant modulates the river flow for better sightseeing during the daytime and generates power at night. Producing large amounts of energy for the area, this dam is an important engineering structure of the region.
The Niagara Scow at Niagara Falls, ON
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 Tour Stop at  The Niagara Scow
Also known as the Old Scow or the Marooned Barge, 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.
View of the city
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 Tour Stop at  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.
The Illumination Lights at Niagara Falls, ON
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 Tour Stop at  The Illumination Lights
Originally proposed in the summer of 1860 to impress the Prince of Wales, these Illumination Lights, often called Battery of Lights, have continued to light up the Niagara Falls with beautiful colors for years. Now, Xenon lights shine on the Falls in the evening, lighting them up with beautiful colors.
Oakes Garden Theatre in Niagara Falls, ON
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 Tour Stop at  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.
Robert Moses Niagara Power Plant in Lewiston, NY
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 Tour Stop at  Robert Moses Niagara Power Plant
Built to replace the Schoellkopf Power Station, the Robert Moses plant is a hydroelectric power station that diverts water from the Niagara River above the falls and returns the water into the lower portion near Lake Ontario. Named after Robert Moses, a mid 20th Century urban planner in New York, the plant is directly opposite of the Sir Adam Beck Power Stations.
Sir Adam Beck Generating Stations in Niagara Falls, ON
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 Tour Stop at  Sir Adam Beck Generating Stations
The natural, non-polluting power source of the Sir Adam Beck Generating Station has been powering the Falls since 1958. The stations are two hydroelectric generating stations in Niagara Falls that divert water from Niagara and Welland Rivers above Niagara Falls, then releasing it into the lower portion of the Niagara River.
Niagara Falls Parks
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 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.
Stops may change due to traffic, weather, maintenance, etc.

Make sure you dress for comfort on this tour, including comfortable shoes, as these activities do involve some walking. Wheelchairs are available upon request for those that may need assistance, and best of all, all attraction and parking fees are included in the tour price. This amazing Deluxe Combo is the best sightseeing tour value in all of Niagara Falls!

*All pickup sites are located on the American side.*

*Passport is needed to enter the Canadian side. *

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Thomas Kizer
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The tour was the best part of the trip. Both tour guides frank in ontario and martha in new york did a wonderful job of making you feel like part of the family. They both got us through all the traffic, to the attractions and pointed out points of interest that we would not have seen if exploring on our own. Can not say enough about each of them. Great job!!!!
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