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Niagara Falls Day Trip from Toronto

Highlights
  • Choice of Niagara Falls experiences: Hornblower cruise or Journey Behind the Falls
  • Spectacular views of Horseshoe Falls, Niagara River, and Whirlpool Rapids
  • Optional wine tasting at a Niagara Peninsula winery
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Niagara Falls Day Trip from Toronto
From US$132,51
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Niagara Falls Day Trip from Toronto
US$132,51
Overview
The spectacular Niagara Falls lie just south of Toronto and can be easily visited on a day trip. This tour includes one of the most popular Niagara experiences—a Hornblower cruise or the Journey Behind the Falls, depending on the season—as well as exploring the Niagara Peninsula, including Niagara-on-the-Lake, the Whirlpool Rapids, and a wine tasting at a local winery.
What to Expect
Your tour begins with pickup from your Toronto hotel. Traveling aboard an air-conditioned coach, set out on the scenic 1.5-hour journey to Niagara Falls.

After catching your first glimpse of the mighty falls, stop to enjoy a buffet lunch at a local restaurant before continuing to the first of the day’s attractions. Depending on the season, either hop aboard for a thrilling Hornblower cruise (mid-April to mid-October) and enjoy spectacular views as you glide right beneath Horseshoe Falls. Alternatively, visit the Journey Behind the Falls (mid-October to mid-April), which includes access to the tunnels behind Horseshoe Falls and dramatic views from the Upper and Lower Observation Decks. Then, enjoy a midday buffet lunch.

As you journey back along the Niagara Peninsula, make a stop to admire the Whirlpool Rapids and take photos from the observation deck, looking out along the Niagara River. Continue to the town of Niagara-on-the-Lake and see the famous Floral Clock and then pay a visit to a local winery, where you’ll have the option to enjoy a wine tasting (own expense).

On return to Toronto, your tour ends with drop-off back at your hotel.
Reviews (509)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Good way to satisfying sum up everything you want to travel in a day

The tour guide was friendly and good. It was a good way, to sum up, everything you want to travel in a day because of a convenient transportation to and back from Niagara Falls to Toronto, and most importantly, saving time for the need to...More

2  Thank Ho S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Amazing

It was a amazing day, firstly to the winery where they talked about there wine and you got a taster. We unfortunately dont drink alcohol but you got grape juice instead, it was delicious. Next we did niagra falls, a defnite. Afterwards we went to...More

Thank julieday12
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
A Good Excursion if NF is on your bucket list

First of all be prepared for a long day as this was about a 10-11 hour experience but it was a good way to see the Falls and a stop at the Whirlpool, a winery and the beautiful little town of Niagara on the Lake...More

Thank Robert C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Exhausting day

It was an 11 hour very exhausting day. We stopped at 2 places outside of downtown Toronto to pick up and drop off more people which added more time. The Falls were beautiful and the cruise was fun. The buffet lunch was good. We didnt...More

Thank Sherre M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
First Time at the Falls

Booking and confirmation was a breeze. We were picked up in front of our hotel on time. As we drove from Toronto to Niagara our tour guide shared city history. Some of the people on our tour were taking a helicopter ride so they were...More

Thank CeeBeretta
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Ashley M
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Response from Ben T | Reviewed this property |
If you worried about a long bus ride, the longest time on the bus between stops is only about 90 minutes.
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