If you are visiting Canada, you can’t leave without taking a trip to the magnificent natural attraction of Niagara Falls. There are several options to see the falls from the Canadian side: from behind in caves accessible by elevator; from the sky hovering in helicopters; or gazing from observation towers.
The most traditional way to experience their splendor close quarters is by hopping on the Hornblower the boat that since 2013 has replaced the Maid of the Mist. You just have to sport a poncho since the cruise dunks you under the waterfalls.
The bravest one would enjoy nonetheless the Journey Behind the Falls trip, that let you experience this attraction from another interesting perspective. On it, you can take the view of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls and of the Niagara River too. Standing directly behind the roaring sheet of water, you’ll get a behind-the-scenes peek. The tour begins with an elevator ride to an observation deck and then, following throught the caverns you’ll reach the roaring curtain of the falls.
Beside bridal tourism typically pushed by Niagara movie played by Hollywood star Marilyn Monroe on 1953, on the head to Clifton Hill, you’ll find the tourist district on the Ontario dedicated to family-friendly attractions, including the Niagara SkyWheel. At 175 feet above the falls, you’ll discover the skyline of the Horseshoe and American Falls, the Niagara River and other landmarks. Visit it even at night when the falls are illuminated…
And if you travel with friends try your luck at the Niagara Fallsview Casino or sample some of the area’s famous ice wine at the Inniskillin Winery. The list of the attractions includes finally Clifton Hill, Falls Ave, Victoria-Centre, Fallsview and Lundy’s Lane too.