Niagara Falls has long been a symbol of natural power and beauty. Visit this hallmark of Canadian and American tourism and see its majesty from a helicopter, boat, or walkway.

Your Niagara Falls tour begins with a little bit of information: more than six million cubic feet of water spill over the sides per minute. You can explore three waterfalls, the most famous being the Canadian Horseshoe Falls, which are the widest and most powerful. Take a half-hour boat cruise and bask in the falls’ mist, or enter a special set of walkways behind the falls and see the strength and might of the rushing water right in front of you.

No Niagara Falls sightseeing trip is complete without exploring the Botanical Gardens or Niagara on the Lake. The latter attraction offers boutiques, eateries, and picturesque views of the water you won’t soon forget.

Visit our Niagara Falls travel guide page for more information or to plan your next vacation!


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37 comments

  1. The shopping on the American side is usually a great bargain. As I live only about an hour from Niagara Falls, i visit the falls every couple months.

  2. I went Niagara Falls 2 years ago. I walked along the boardwalk and went in the boat that runs through it. It is stunning when you look at the staggering heights from the bottom, the water raining on your poncho.

  3. It's funny that people put this on they're bucket list cause I live 40 minutes away and we go all the time so it's really kinda boring now lol

  4. Most ppl when they think Niagara Falls they just think of the falls. However the actual city is amazing as well. Don't just get sucked into the falls. After exploring the walkway/boat ride go look around the city. A lot of stuff packed into a small area.

  5. I live in brampton a 1 hour away from niagara falls ITS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PLACE EVER I WENT IN 2000 2001 2012 2008 2015 2014 2016 IV BEEN THERE SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MANY TIMES IM BORED LMFAO

  6. Can anyone tell me if Niagara is a good place to live or at least to spend a year as an exchange student? It looks so small and there seems to be no nightlife. I might eventually spend a year in Niagara because apparently it is cheaper than Toronto or Vancouver, but I'm afraid it may be tedious. Could anyone possibly help me with any information about nightlife, places with live music, jobs?

    Thanks in advance.

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