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Absolutely stunning. Need to visit in the daylight and the night, they light the falls up so nicely at night but seeing them in the daylight shows off the detail more. Really take a time to put your phone down and look and listen the...More
We weren’t disappointed visiting the Canadian side of the Falls.
The views are fantastic, the tours and activities are varied, and the Niagara Parks are doing a great job keeping the area clean and organized.
We never tire of visiting Niagara Falls. We hadn’t been here in 7 years but it is as wonderful as every past trip. The Falls are spectacular and we noticed how much they are receding (about a foot per year). We visited them on the...More
We saw the falls from the Canadian side during the day and at night. We took a boat tour which takes you right to the falls. You can feel the mist and spray if the water. They give you plastic rain slicks to cover your...More
This has been on my bucket list for a long time, and it didn’t disappoint. Majestic, nature at its best, a truly memorable experience. The setting is somewhat different to Iguazu, as the town is right next to the falls, making access very easy.
I would take an Uber it Taxi once you cross the border. It’s a short trip, but if walking is difficult, it would be worth it. If you want to get the best view, and be as closeup as you can to Horseshoe Falls, which I highly... More
I would take an Uber it Taxi once you cross the border. It’s a short trip, but if walking is difficult, it would be worth it. If you want to get the best view, and be as closeup as you can to Horseshoe Falls, which I highly recommend, it’s a trek. There can be lots of people to get through, and it’s extremely tiring. Enjoy!