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Nothing prepares you for Niagara Falls. From the Canadian side, witness gushing water pouring over a horseshoe-shaped crest to hit the river bottom below. The sheer force of the collision wraps you in mist. Venture through vapours by boat or follow tunnels carved into bedrock to stand behind the falls. Once on dry land, explore the nearby village and its surrounding wineries and breweries.

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One of the ultimate Niagara Falls activities is a boat tour aboard the Maid of the Mist. After admiring the magnificent Horseshoe Falls from every angle, explore the tourist town of the same name or head to nearby Niagara-on-the-Lake for great restaurants and vineyards. Find Niagara Falls tours or hotel packages with us!


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Officially English and French

What to eat

A meal with a view at one of the restaurants around the waterfalls or truly unique dining experiences for the whole family at the UFO-themed Flying Saucer diner, jungle-decked Rainforest Café or at the wineries of Niagara-on-the-Lake.

What to bring back

Wine from Niagara Falls wineries (including from famous Canuck Wayne Gretzky), a poncho from the Maid of the Mist boat tour, traditionally made fudge and snapshots of the falls.

Fun Fact

Three waterfalls actually make up Niagara Falls: the Horseshoe Falls (on the Canadian side), the American, and the Bridal Veil falls. One of the oldest tourist attractions in North America, the Maid of the Mist has been making its voyage since 1846 when it was a steamboat carrying a stagecoach and horses.

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