There are no words that will do any justice to describe Niagara Falls. You just have to see, hear and experience its beauty & power for yourself. Western Canadians may say that The Rockies are a Canadian icon but I live in Ontario and this is my blog, so I claim that it’s Niagara Falls! It truly is one of my favourite places on earth 🙂 If you’re reading this and you’ve never been before then add it to your bucket list immediately.
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- Car – Take the QEW Niagara and keep going until it ends. It’s only a 1.5 hour drive from Toronto.
- VIA Train
- GO Train – This is a seasonal based service.
- Chartered & Private Bus Tours
Availability & Cost:
- The Falls can be seen in any season, but some of the attractions are seasonal
- Seeing the Falls and taking pictures of it will be FREE but that’s about it. There will be a cost for everything else.
- The cost of seeing the attractions can add up quickly, you may want to consider the ‘Adventure Pass’ from Niagara Parks, it will save you a significant amount of money, and it comes with a bus pass to get up and down the main drag to all the attractions.
Important things to keep in mind:
- Fireworks on Wednesday & Sunday nights starting at 10PM.
- Wear comfy shoes as there can be lots of walking involved.
- Check the weather forecast.
- Crowds – If you’re planning to visit on Saturday or Sunday just accept the fact that there will be crowds everywhere but as they saying goes “the more the merrier”.
5 Things you need to try:
- Zipling over the Niagara Gorge – This is a new attraction that started in 2016
- Crossing the Niagara Gorge in the Whirlpool Aero Car – Not Recommended for anyone afraid of heights!
- Falls Incline Railway for a great view of the Falls – You need to be above the Falls to see the horseshoe shape.
- Journey Behind The Falls – This is one way to get up close & personal.
- Hornblower Cruises – Another way to get up close & personal, and a little wet. Tony actually brought his own shower cap…watch our video to see how ridiculous he looks.
- (Bonus) The White Water Walk – Stroll along the boardwalk of a deep gorge with white water rapids just feet away from you!.
Here’s a quick checklist for your next visit:
- Money, Moula, Dineros – However you say it bring lots of it because Niagara ain’t cheap but its worth every dollar.
- Raincoat or Umbrella if you want to stay dry.
- Passport – Only if you want to visit the New York side but trust me the Canadian is bigger & better!
As always, please visit the official Niagara Parks website to get the latest info before your visit.
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