Best Value Niagara Falls Tour From Mississauga
- Duration: 6 Hours
- Location: Niagara Falls, Ontario
From Mississauga, visit one of the world's most beautiful places, Niagara Falls!
Many individuals visiting Niagara Falls from Mississauga (on business or for a family gathering) do not have an entire day to see everything the Niagara region offers. Still, they want to get the most out of their limited time. ToNiagara has a solution: take the Best Value Niagara Falls Tour From Mississauga! Hornblower Niagara Cruise, Skylon Tower, Journey Behind the Falls, Helicopter Ride, and Winery Tasting are all included in this tour – the complete adventurous entertainer in a limited time.
Your thrilling journey begins with a complimentary hotel pickup in a luxurious air-conditioned vehicle. A trip to the Skylon Tower observation deck for a bird's-eye view of all three Niagara Falls is scheduled (Bridal Veil Falls, Horseshoe Falls, and the American Falls).
At Journey Behind the Falls, you'll have to descend 125 feet (approximately 40 metres) to explore cave-like tunnels of the Falls, allowing you to hear and feel the falls.
We will drive you to the Hornblower Niagara Cruises boat ride after you visit Journey Behind the Falls, which will take you around the Niagara Gorge and as close to the Falls as possible. You may anticipate feeling the cold mist on your skin during the boat ride, but don't worry; a reusable rain poncho will be provided. The Hornblower Niagara Cruise is seasonal, i.e., from May to October. Niagara's Fury and Butterfly Conservatory replace Hornblower during the winter months.
Enjoy the Niagara Grand Helicopter ride to see the excitement of Niagara Falls after the Hornblower ride. One of the world's most violent white-water rapids may be seen above the Niagara Whirlpool. Look at the American and Bridal Veil Falls, two of the three Niagara Falls cascades. The stunning Canadian Horseshoe Falls, the largest of the three waterfalls, can be seen from the air. The view is incredible, but don't forget to capture it on film!
A tour wouldn't be complete without a stop at one of the numerous wineries in the Niagara region, where you can sample some of the most outstanding wines in the world and learn how grapes are cultivated, crushed, and pressed to make them.