01 May - 31 Oct: DailyDuration
Approx 4 hoursStart time
Late afternoonMeeting Point
Hotel pick-ups from most major hotels in Niagara Falls from Canada side
(Please mention your hotel details at the time of booking. If you do not have this information now, please contact the local activity operator 24 hours prior to the start of the tour with these details.)
You will be dropped back at your hotel in the Niagara Falls area.
This tour shows you the Falls in the evening from the Canadian side. With the help of an expert guide, you’ll also learn the area’s history and facts on a scenic and informative bus tour.
You’ll marvel at Canadian Horseshoe Falls, where approximately 90 per cent of the Niagara River flows.
Take the Journey Behind The Falls and travel below and behind the heart of Niagara. Stand in the mist where the mighty Horseshoe Falls tumbles from 13 storeys above!
Board one of the famous “Yellow Bug” elevators and ascend the famous Skylon Tower for unbelievable views of the area.
Kids and adults alike love the whole Falls experience by night or day. It makes an unforgettable family outing.
Your magical Niagara Falls – Canadian Rainbow Illuminations Night Tour begins when you are collected from your hotel.
You’ll experience the spectacular nightly illumination of the mighty Falls on this 4 hour sightseeing trip. Your guide will share the area’s history and facts on a scenic and informative bus tour.
See Canadian Horseshoe Falls, where approximately 90 per cent of the Niagara River flows. The curving, horseshoe-shaped crest is 2,201 feet wide and the water passes over the crest at about 20 mph, producing great clouds of mist
At the Journey Behind The Falls attraction, you'll descend by elevator 150 feet through bedrock to tunnels that lead to viewing points. Here you will experience the awesome spectacle of one-fifth of the world’s fresh water crashing down to the basin below. During summer daylight hours, over 2,800 cubic meters of water thunders over the brink every second, travelling 65 kilometers per hour! Your Journey Behind the Falls visit will take 30 to 45 minutes.
At the Niagara River Gorge, view the Mighty Whirlpool and be awed by the intensity of these Class Six rapids.
You’ll visit Table Rock House, a retail and observation complex at the brink of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls. This is the closest view point to the Falls on the Canadian side, so you’ll hear the thundering roar of the torrent.
The tour takes in Queen Victoria Park, centerpiece of the Niagara Falls recreational tourist area, and the focal point for the annual winter Festival of Lights.
Another lovely place is the Sir Harry Oakes Gardens. Oakes, an entrepreneur and investor, donated the site to the Niagara Parks Commission in 1936.
You’ll ascend the Skylon Tower – soaring 775 feet (26 meters) from the bottom of the Falls. From the top you will see unbeatable views of the American Falls and Horseshoe Falls. The Skylon complex, which has a 3D/4D theater and two restaurants, still retains much of its look and feel from the 1970s and 80s. The tower features three outside mounted "Yellow Bug" elevators that can carry passengers to the top in 52 seconds.
After spending a total of around 4 hours at Niagara Falls, you will be dropped back at the pick-up point.
Please call the activity operator upon arrival in the area to re-confirm your tour, departure time and pick-up location. Please present the Tour Voucher to the driver/guide prior to boarding the bus
Proper documentation (passport, visa) will be required by each passenger at the time of each International Border Crossing.
Requirements for entering Canada:
Native born U.S. citizens must carry identification papers showing their citizenship such as birth certificate, visa or passport. In addition to these forms, picture ID such as driver's license is recommended. Proof of residence may also be required. You must have birth certificates for all children.
All U.S. citizens will be required to present a passport to cross the border and return to the USA.
Naturalized U.S. citizens should carry a naturalization certificate or some other evidence of citizenship. Legal, permanent residents of the United States who are not U.S. citizens are advised to carry their Alien Registration Receipt Card (U.S. form I-151 or form I-551)
Persons under 18 years of age who are not accompanied by a parent or guardian should bring a notarized letter from a parent or guardian giving them permission to travel to Canada - in addition to their birth certificate. If only one parent is traveling with the child, that parent must possess a notarized letter from the other parent giving permission
All persons other than U.S. citizens or legal, permanent residents of the United States require valid passport or an acceptable travel document