There is more to Niagara, than the Falls
Highlights of the tour to beautiful Niagara:
Niagara escarpment - UNESKO world biosphere site,
Amazing Niagara Falls, City of Niagara falls, Ontario,
Hornblower boat ride to the bottom of the Falls,
A quant Niagara-on-the-Lake town, with it's architecture of the beginning 19th century and world know B. Shaw Theatrical festival (between Apr-Oct).
9:00 am Depart Toronto to Niagara Region (approximately 2 hr. drive). After short detour to view Stoneycreek Battlefield Monument (National Site of 1812 War), continue to get to the top of Niagara Escarpment, geological wonder and UNESCO recognized World biosphere. We will arrive to Niagara Falls in time for lunch in one of the restaurants overlooking the Falls. After lunch you will enjoy a ride on 'Hornblower' boat (May - October) to the bottom of majestic World Wonder. Take time to explore area on foot: souvenir shopping, photo moments, while your guide will share with you history of the area.
We continue along Ontario wineries route to visit one of the wineries in the region for a short tour and wine tasting, before arriving to the town of Niagara-on-the-Lake. Walking tour of Victorian historical and cultural Niagara-on-the-Lake. (Oldest Parliament in Ontario, Bernard Shaw Festival, Prince of Wales hotel).
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Usually I pick up clients at the hotel where they stay, since it is a private tour
End location: I always bring clients back to the hotel
Duration: 10 hours
10 hr (maximum upto 12 hr)
This is a tour that requeres transportation. Some walking at the Falls is involved. Small comfortable air conditioned car is provided (max 3 people). For groups of 4 and more rented vehicle could be provided up on request for additional fee.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
60 CDN - This will include your lunch and attraction for the day
I am not authorized to conduct tours in museums and/or historical monuments.
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It was raining really hard and extremely windy so Raisa switched activities and we had a fantastic city tour instead. She is very proud of her city as well as her country so she showed us why all day with interesting anecdotes and fascinating places to see. It was a delightful way to spend a rainy day in a new city and also make a new friend. Casa Loma, Distillery, lunch at Cluny, artists alleys and residential neighborhoods. We toured the underground of downtown too ending up at Marché. What a fun day!