|LocationNiagara Falls||Duration9.5 Hours||Reviews 121 Reviews||Adults PriceCA$199||Seniors (Age 60+)CA$189||Children (4-12 years)CA$179|
The trip departs at noon from Toronto and is perfect for late risers and people who have work to attend to in the morning. With this NiagaraTrips tour, see the power and fury of Niagara Falls in daylight, visit some of the famous sights in Niagara Falls and nearby areas, and finally enjoy the evening light show at the Falls. You can even watch a fireworks display (seasonal) over the Falls at 10:00 p.m. (please see fireworks schedule or call us to know updated timings). Have dinner while enjoying the sight of the illuminated Falls at the Sheraton Fallsview Restaurant (optional add-on).
Free pick up from all hotels and B&Bs in Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Etobicoke & Oakville, including Hotels near the Toronto Pearson International Airport. If you are not staying at a hotel or B&B, you would be asked to come to one of our centralised pickup locations. 1.5 Hours (90 minutes) drive from Toronto to Niagara Falls.
View the class 5 Niagara whitewater rapids from an observation deck in the Niagara Gorge. The rapids converge at a bend in the river, causing them to spin and form a giant whirlpool. Go on a helicopter ride to view the Niagara Falls from the sky (optional add-on).
See Niagara Falls from a close range with the Hornblower Niagara Cruise. This boat ride is FREE for the evening tour passengers. If the Hornblower boat cruise is unavailable, you will be taken to the observation deck atop Skylon Tower for panoramic views of Niagara Falls.
Be treated as a wine connoisseur at a world class Niagara winery. You will be treated to complimentary wine and grape juice tasting. Local wines and Canadian Icewines will be available for purchase at the winery.
The historical town of Niagara-on-the-Lake has beautiful 19th century buildings, quaint shops, wineries and even a chocolate factory! This picturesque town has many photo opportunities.
The Living Water Wayside Chapel on Niagara Parkway is a great place for more photos. Spend a few minutes here and enjoy the beautiful countryside.
Queenston Heights, a hillside on the Niagara Escarpment, was the site of a fierce battle during the War of 1812. Queenston Heights Park is located on the site of the battlefield. The landscaped park has 2 memorials, the Brock Monument and Laura Secord Monument.
The Floral Clock is a popular stop in Niagara Falls. This 40-foot diameter clock is made up of colourful carpet bedding plants. A great photo opportunity!
Enjoy a buffet dinner while admiring the view of Niagara Falls in the backdrop at the Sheraton Fallsview Restaurant. The Falls illuminated in lovely colours is a beautiful sight.
Enjoy fireworks at the Niagara Falls at 10:00 p.m. on weekends and holidays (contact us to verify exact dates and times).
The tour comes to an end with dropoff back at your hotel. You will be left with great memories and a camera full of lovely photos.
We pickup and drop-off from all hotels and B&Bs in Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Etobicoke & Oakville, including Hotels near the Toronto Pearson International Airport.
If you are not staying at a hotel or B&B, you would be asked to come to one of our centralised pickup locations.
You will be requested to enter the pickup location when you are filling in the reservation form. Your pick up time will be outlined in your booking confirmation email.
To change/cancel a Niagara Falls Bus Trip date please call or email Niagara Trips.Evening Bus Trips:
A deposit of 20% is due upon registration. The remaining balance will be charged 24 hours prior to the departure date.
If your trip is cancelled within 24 hours of the departure date, no refund will be provided. If the trip is cancelled 24 or more hours before your departure, full refund will be provided.
This trip is usually conducted on an enclosed coach bus. It is heated in the winter and air conditioned in the summer. Sometimes in the winter months the trip may be conducted in a shuttle bus or van depending on road conditions.Is this a good sightseeing trip?
Yes. it is a GREAT sightseeing trip. We show you most of what the Niagara region has to offer on this 9.5 hour trip.Is there ever a circumstance when a location is omitted from the trip?
During the winter months, the Hornblower Boat Cruise is closed. Instead we visit the Journey Behind The Falls Attraction (or Skylon Tower, if Journey Behind The Falls is unavailable).
Fireworks occur on certain evenings during the Summer/Fall months. Click here for the fireworks schedule.Are we on the bus the entire trip?
No, since locations are spread out we must use a comfortable coach bus for transportation. However, there are a number of stops to get off the bus and explore your surroundings.Is there assigned seating on the bus?
Seating is first come, first serve. However please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you require a reserved seat and we will try to assist.If the trip is sold out, is there a waiting list?
No, there are no waiting lists. It is best to book as early as possible to avoid disappointment.Are cameras allowed on the trip?
Yes. we want you to capture all the great memories of your trip with us!Should I tip the trip guide?
Gratuities are not included in the price your ticket. A tip is not required but always appreciated!Are food and drink included on the trip? Can I bring my own?
No food is served on the trip, you are provided complementary bottled water. Feel free to bring your own snacks as long as you remove all garbage from the bus at the end of the trip. There are many fast food places to eat or you can purchase the lunch add-on when you book your ticket.Are kids ages 0-3 free?
Children 0-3 are free however seating is not guaranteed. If the bus is full they may have to sit on a lap. If you purchase a seat it is guaranteed.