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Full-Day Niagara Falls Tour from Toronto

Highlights
  • Go with a guide: See landmarks along the way that many visitors miss
  • Explore Niagara at your own pace: Avoid rigid schedules of many day tours
  • Complimentary wine tasting and visit to historic Niagara-on-the-Lake
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Full-Day Niagara Falls Tour from Toronto
From US$87.65
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  • What to Expect
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Tour with Hornblower Boat Ride
Tour includes Hornblower boat ride. Get as close as possible to the breathtaking flow of water, power and mist of the magnificent Niagara Falls.
From US$104.71
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!
From US$108.59
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.
From US$87.65
Overview
Avoid the hassle of navigating from Toronto on your own on a full-day tour of Niagara Falls. Along the way, your guide ensures you see landmarks and points of interest missed by many visitors to the area. After free time at Niagara Falls, continue on to historic Niagara-on-the-Lake. Cap the tour with a wine tasting, and enjoy free wifi on board during the return trip to Toronto.
What to Expect

The tour begins with a convenient morning pick-up from your downtown Toronto hotel. Avoid the stress of car rentals and let your guide navigate to Niagara Falls for you. Along the way, your guide points out landmarks that many visitors miss, including the Floral Clock and Whirlpool Rapids.

Unlike the rigid schedules of most day tours, you have a few hours of free time to explore Niagara Falls at your own pace. Options to upgrade include a buffet lunch and Hornblower boat ride along the river.

Visit the historic town of Niagara-on-the-Lake for a brief walking tour, and then head to local winery for a complimentary tasting. On the way back to your Toronto hotel, enjoy free wifi from the comfort of the tour bus.

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1 - 5 of 17 reviews

Reviewed 6 days ago
Niagara Day Trip

The trip to Niagara Falls was amazing. The view of the Falls is better from the Canadian side, sorry U.S. If you are visiting Niagara, do yourself a favor and take the Hornblower Ferryboat up to the Falls. Such a powerful waterfall that you cannot...More

1  Thank ddrewlerdal
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Not a good tour to Niagara!

Probably one of the worst organized bus tours I have ever been too. The full day was very unplanned and unstructured. Got picked up from hotel 8:40 (20min late) by a minibus, then got taken to the bus company for payments and didn't leave until...More

Thank Henriksgaard
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Nice way to visit the falls in only one day

The tour was just as described. It left a bit later than expected from the downtown square, but that did not seem to affect any activities later. We had 2 and a half hours at the falls, which is more than enough, even if doing...More

Thank Rosana N
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Fantastic majestic and wonderful team deliver a great experience

This could have been an average experience but Terry and Ramon made it an exceptional unforgettable experience. I was to be picked up at my hotel but unbeknowns to me there was a fun run creating traffic chaos as lanes and streets were being closed,...More

2  Thank 75kerryk
Reviewed 8 June 2018 via mobile
Had a Great time.

Had a Good Time at Niagara with King Tours (Specially Saleem .... Nice and Friendly Tour Guide)...Comfortable Pick-up and Drop-off...

1  Thank Sabhayani
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Sasha E
1 May 2018|
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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.
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