Niagara Falls Tour From Toronto with Niagara-on-the-Lake Winery Tasting. Join us for a breathtaking Niagara Falls tour and day trip from Toronto!
• Niagara-on-the-Lake winery tasting on the way to Niagara Falls
• Scenic Niagara Falls tour from Toronto
• Door to door pick-up and return
• Free WiFi aboard the bus
A must-see experience for visitors to Toronto! Join us for a full day Niagara Falls tour from Toronto!
In the morning, our courtesy vehicle will pick you up from your hotel lobby and take you to the bus. Once you board the bus and get introduced to our certified Niagara Falls Tour Guide, your Niagara adventure begins around 9:10 am.
During the morning portion of our Niagara Falls tour we visit beautiful town of Niagara-on-the-Lake. Niagara-on-the-Lake is a picturesque town, often referred to as the loveliest town in Ontario. This region is rich with Canadian history, lush with flowers, trees, orchards, and vineyards. While in Niagara-on-the-Lake we will have a 45 minute stop to stroll through the town, to take pictures, and for sightseeing. We will also stop at a local winery and sample a free glass of local wine. Take this opportunity to taste the famous Niagara Ice Wine.
After our short stop in Niagara-on-the-Lake the tour bus travels down the Niagara parkway, along the Niagara River. The tour guide may make a quick stop at one or two seasonal points of interest like the Floral Clock or the Niagara whirlpool.
Upload your photos, using the bus’s free wifi, and make room on your camera because we arrive in Niagara Falls just a little after noon.
This Niagara Falls Tour includes 2-3 hours of free time to explore Niagara on your own. During your free time in Niagara Falls, you will have time to visit some attraction like the Journey Behind the Falls, or the Niagara SkyWheel. The tour is ideal for individuals who wish to have the convenience of a structured bus tour, but also the ability to venture out on their own.
The tour bus typically returns to Toronto between 6:00pm and 6:30pm. This is an estimated time only. Actual time may change based upon local conditions.
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