Epic Niagara:
The All-Inclusive American & Canadian Falls Tour

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About THis Tour

Epic Niagara: The All-Inclusive American & Canadian Falls Tour

Duration: Plan For 7 hours

Set off on the “Niagara Frontier Voyage,” an exhilarating cross-border adventure that showcases the splendor of Niagara Falls from both the US and Canadian perspectives. Experience the iconic Maid of the Mist boat ride, the adventurous Cave of the Winds, and the stunning views from the Observation Tower. Cross into Canada to witness the Horseshoe Falls from the soaring heights of the Skylon Tower and indulge in the sweet flavors of a Maple & Fudge tasting. With departures from Niagara Falls, USA or Niagara Falls, Canada, this tour offers a seamless journey filled with natural wonders and fascinating insights into the area’s history and geology. 

The following admissions are included:

  • Observation Tower – USA
  • Cave of the Winds Gorge Walk – USA
  • Maid of the Mist Boat Cruise – USA
  • Skylon Tower Observation Tower – Canada
  • Floral Clock – Canada

Tour Highlights

  • Explore the highlights of Niagara Falls USA and Canada
  • Soak up unrivaled views of Niagara Falls, up close and from up high
  • Maple & Fudge Tasting at a local stop
  • Discover exciting attractions including Cave of the Winds, Maid of the Mist and the Skylon Tower
  • Hotel pick up/drop off offered from both US & Canadian side hotels
  • Your expert local guide sheds light on the region’s geology and history

This tour departs from Niagara Falls, USA or Niagara Falls, ON (Canada).

Guests starting will be crossing an international border.  Proper identification will be required.

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EXPLORATION STOPS

Next Stop, Adventure! Hop off the bus and follow your guide to some of Niagara's must-see attractions. As you explore, learn the secrets of this world-famous natural wonder.  

Niagara Falls Observation Tower

The viewing tower extends dramatically over the Niagara Gorge. From here, visitors can admire all three sets of Niagara Falls: American, Bridal Veil and Horseshoe Falls.

Maid of the Mist Boat Ride

There’s no better way to get up close and personal with the majestic Niagara Falls than by boat, and that’s where the Maid of the Mist comes in. Along with admission, you receive a rain poncho to shield you from the spray of thundering Horseshoe Falls — an amazing up-close experience.

Cave of the Winds

The thundering waters of Bridal Veil Falls create localized tropical storms, with winds lashing up to 68mph (109kph). Here at the Cave of the Winds, visitors can feel the awesome power of nature up close. 

Floral Clock - Niagara Parks

Measuring an impressive 40 feet (12 meters) in diameter, Niagara’s famous Floral Clock ranks among the largest of its kind in the world. Thousands of carpet plants and colorful annuals populate the clockface, each placed to create intricate and vibrant designs. 

Skylon Tower

The Skylon Tower opened to the public in 1965, and has been wowing visitors from high above ever since. Take one of the Yellow Bug elevators for the 52-second journey to the observation platform. On arrival, indoor and outdoor decks offer spectacular views over Niagara Falls and the surrounding scenery.  

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

Our tours take in the most iconic landmarks that Niagara Falls State Park has to offer. Our knowledgeable guides are experts on the region's local history and culture, and always keen to share their valuable insight.  Don't forget your camera!

Goat Island & Terrapin Point

On Goat Island, winding trekking routes lead up to soaring viewpoints such as Terrapin Point — where the splendor of Niagara Gorge can be fully appreciated. Luna Island's awe-inspiring viewpoint is a popular spot for tourists to soak up the views. Goat Island sits on the US side of Niagara Falls, and ranks among the region’s biggest draws.

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls spans the US and Canadian border, and attracts visitors from across the world keen to experience this mighty natural wonder for themselves. Whether up-close aboard a sightseeing boat, from the skies by helicopter, or from the Observation Tower, the scenery must be seen to be believed.  

Niagara Gorge, Whirlpool & Rapids

Spanning an impressive 6.8 miles (11 kilometers), the Niagara Gorge was carved out of the landscape over millions of years by the Niagara River’s swirling currents. Choppy rapids and turbulent whirlpools ebb and flow along its course, and the river current is among the strongest in the world.

Table Rock Center

Located on the edge of mighty Horseshoe Falls, the Table Rock Welcome Center attracts millions of eager sightseers each year. From your vantage point above the falls, enjoy uninterrupted views over the cascading torrents below.  

Frequently Asked Questions

Does this tour cross the border into a different country?
Yes, this tour starts in the USA and crosses the border into Canada. Passengers are required to have passport and all appropriate documentation prior to boarding onto their bus for the tour. Please refer to our general FAQ page for more information.  This tour can also start in Canada and therefore a border crossing will not occur.  Pick up options in Canada will be available at the time of booking.
Do I need a passport?
Yes, every passenger (over age 16) is required to provide a passport and any other required documentation for border crossing. Please refer to our general FAQ page for more information.
Am I going to get wet?
Yes! Visiting Niagara Falls is a multi-sensory experience. You will receive souvenir ponchos at included attractions so you can enjoy an up-close experience at Niagara Falls. We recommend that you bring an extra pair of shoes, and a waterproof bag to keep your belongings dry.
What should I wear?
Comfortable walking shoes or sneakers are recommended. It is always a few degrees cooler near the water, so packing a jacket or sweater is also a good idea.
Is there a lot of walking involved?
Yes, you will cover approximately 1 - 2 miles over the course of the tour. The walking is broken up throughout the tour, and there are benches available throughout the state park to rest and admire the views.