Niagara Falls, Ontario Tours
Niagara Falls, Ontario 3-day Itinerary:
Day 1 –
Take the legendary boat tour of Niagara Falls, the Hornblower – Canada’s most iconic visitor experience
Journey Behind the Falls – take the elevator down 150-feet through bedrock to tunnels behind the Falls.
Check into our hotel
Oh Canada Eh? Dinner show – Meet our singing Mounties, Lumberjacks, Anne of Green Gables and even a Hockey Player as we present a Canadian inspired performance, paying tribute to over 30 of Canada’s professional recording artists. This spectacular performance is paired up with a five-course family-style meal. OR the Greg Frewin Magic Show – Experience the mystery and art of illusion with Greg Frewin, one of the most decorated magicians in the world.
Day 2 –
Breakfast at our hotel
Niagara’s Fury – See Niagara Falls in 4-D
Skylon Tower – Hop aboard our exterior glass-enclosed “Yellow Bug” elevators and enjoy our “Ride-to-the-Top” in just 52 seconds where you will find spectacular views of Niagara Falls from our Indoor/Outdoor Observation decks.
Niagara Skywheel – Towering 175 ft. above the city. Delivers stunning daytime and nighttime views of the Horseshoe and American Falls, as well as Niagara’s beautiful landscape. Each fully enclosed gondola is climate controlled for year-round enjoyment
Free time on Clifton Hill – Niagara’s busiest entertainment district
Day 3 –
Breakfast at our hotel
Whirlpool Jet Boat – take your group traversing along the breath-taking Niagara Great Gorge. In addition to the stunning rugged beauty our area is known for, you’ll get a unique view of Niagara’s manmade marvels: our hydro-electric stations. Once upstream of these power plants, you’ll enter Class 5 whitewater rapids and then take a thrilling spin in the whirlpool
Depart for home
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Passport Regulations for school trips to and from the United States and Canada
U.S. citizens traveling to Canada, by land or sea, will be required to present one of the travel documents listed below:
Groups of Children: U.S. citizen children 18 and under arriving by land or sea from contiguous territory and traveling with a school group, religious group, social or cultural organization, or sports team, may present a valid passport OR his or her birth certificate (are accepted: original, photocopy or certified copy), a Consular Report of Birth Abroad, a Naturalization Certificate, or a Canadian Citizenship Card.
Adults, chaperones: U.S. Passport, U.S. Passport Card, Enhanced Driver’s License (EDL) – available only in some states,
Trusted Traveler Program Cards (NEXUS, FAST)
Students traveling between the U.S and Canada by air – All students traveling to and from Canada by air will need passports to board their airplanes.
Adults (and students) arriving by air – All persons, including adult chaperones and students traveling to and from Canada by air will need passports to board their airplanes.