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Full-Day Niagara Falls Tour from Toronto

  • Go with a guide: See landmarks along the way that many visitors miss
  • Explore Niagara at your own pace, avoiding rigid schedules of many day tours
  • Complimentary wine tasting and visit to historic Niagara-on-the-Lake
Full-Day Niagara Falls Tour from Toronto
From US$89.49
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Tour with Hornblower Boat RideMost Popular
Tour includes Hornblower boat ride. Get as close as possible to the breathtaking flow of water, power and mist of the magnificent Niagara Falls.
Tour with Lunch @ the Falls
Tour includes a full Prix Fixe Lunch overlooking the Falls at Elements Restaurant or Queen Elizabeth Place Restaurant. These lunch options are the closest restaurants to the Falls. Great view!
Niagara Falls Tour - No extra
The Niagara Falls tour as described. Lunch and the Hornblower boat ride is not included. Ideal for individuals who prefer to be part of a tour but also want to discover things on their own.
Enjoy plenty of time to explore Niagara Falls on this hassle-free, full-day tour from Toronto. Leaving the navigation to your driver, relax and hear guide commentary about landmarks along the way that many visitors don’t see. After free time at Niagara Falls, continue on to historic Niagara-on-the-Lake. An included wine tasting, lunch and boat-ride upgrade options, a WiFi-equipped bus, and convenient hotel pickup and drop-off add extra appeal.
What to Expect
Your tour begins with convenient morning pickup from your downtown Toronto hotel. Along the way to Niagara Falls, your guide will point out landmarks that many visitors miss, including the Floral Clock and Whirlpool Rapids.

Unlike the rigid schedules of many day tours, you’ll enjoy a few hours of free time to explore Niagara Falls at your own pace. You can even upgrade to include a buffet lunch or a Hornblower boat ride along the river.

Visit the historic town of Niagara-on-the-Lake for a brief walking tour, then head to local winery for a complimentary tasting. On the way back to your Toronto hotel, post updates to your social media using the bus’ free WiFi.
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Reviewed today
What A Great Tour

What a great tour with an excellent driver/guide. Van made our tour memorable and so much fun he even joined us for the Nature walk he was like a part of the family. Can’t say enough about the quality of service.

Thank Michelle C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
A Fabulous Fun Memorable Day

I had a fab experience from booking this tour to drop off at the end of the day. I found the driver Salim added to the enjoyment of the day. He is upbeat, lively, energetic and funny. He is polite and helpful. He prompted much...More

Thank Jenine H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
#1 tourist attraction at Niagara Fall

the whole trip is less than 30 min, the line up could be long even on the weekday during summer. you will get wet for sure, but kids love it

Thank Allen H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Great host

We loved our day trip to Niagara. The host was fantastic, knowledgeable and genuinely caring for all guests on his coach. The day ran to time and being part of the tour meant we could jump queues for the boat trip! Our only suggestion would...More

Thank Clo30IOW
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Full day out with added extras

Communication from tour company was good, they arranged pick up from our downtown apartment. The tour guide, Salem, was excellent - we had 3.5 hours at Niagara - book the horn blower tickets through this trip as we were taken to front of the queue...More

Thank Estelle S
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30 April 2018|
Response from Stephen B | Reviewed this property |
We had about 20 people on a 25-seat mini-coach on our tour. But I'm sure the company has a fleet of vehicles and would have deployed a larger coach if there had been more travellers.