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Niagara Falls Luxury Bus Day Tour From Toronto With Buffet Lunch and Boat Cruise

Only $199.00 per person per vehicle

Choose Airlink for Niagara Falls #1 Ranked Daytime Niagara Falls Bus Tour with The World Famous Niagara City Cruises (formerly Hornblower) Boat Cruise To The Falls and amazing  Fallsview buffet Lunch!

LabelPrice
adult $179.00
child 4-12 $165.00
infants are free $0.00
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  • Activity Level With Meal
  • Group Size Large Group
All about the Niagara Falls Luxury Bus Day Tour From Toronto With Buffet Lunch and Boat Cruise.

Toronto to Niagara Falls Daily Day Tour Schedule

  • Free pick up from your hotel lobby From Toronto Downtown and Airport Hotels. 90-minute (1.5 Hours) drive from Toronto to Niagara Falls
  • We arrive at the Canadian side of Niagara Falls and our first stop is at the world famous and delicious Maple Syrup Place.  You will be treated to the award winning and Ontario’s best quality maple Syrups and more….
  • FREE Admission on the Niagara Falls boat tour called the Niagara City Cruises (formerly Hornblower) (seasonal) or Journey Behind the Falls or Skylon Tower. After this, your free time begins in which you can explore the Niagara Falls and surrounding area on your own.
  • Full Canadian Buffet Lunch – Fresh, healthy and delicious buffet lunch at the Sheraton Fallsview Restaurant, in the Sheraton Hotel Penthouse Level at The Falls. You will enjoy a tasty meal with a lot to choose from while enjoying the spectacular view of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls and American Falls. This is an awesome photo opportunity!
  • Scenic drive on Niagara Parkway. Winston Churchill famously called this “The Prettiest Sunday Afternoon Drive in the World”
  • Whirlpool Rapids to experience the natural phenomenon of the Niagara River.
  • The Floral Clock – Between the Botanical Gardens and Queenston Heights Park stands one of the most popular sights to view in Niagara. The Floral Clock is a 12.2-m (40-ft.) diameter working clock that is one of the largest in the world. …With time for souvenir shopping.
  • Stopover at Queenston Heights – Borders Canada and USA with only Niagara river separating them. Are you a history buff? Come with us and learn about the famous Battle of Queenston Heights! Queenston Heights Park is the site of a War of 1812 battle in which Sir Isaac Brock was killed. A 50-m. (150-ft.) monument, that is perched above the Niagara Escarpment, was built in his honour.
  • Stop at the Smallest Chapel in the World! Nobody takes you there, except us.
  • Back to Downtown Toronto and Airport Hotels.
  • Please Note, time may vary
The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.

Included in this great offer:

  • Free pick up from Toronto Downtown and Airport Hotels
  • We arrive at the Canadian side of Niagara Falls and our first stop is at the world famous and delicious Maple Syrup Place.  You will be treated to the award winning and Ontario’s best quality maple Syrups and more….
  • FREE Admission on Niagara City Cruises (formerly Hornblower) (seasonal)
  • Canadian Buffet Lunch – Fresh, healthy and delicious buffet lunch
  • Stop at whirlpool, enjoy the rapids of the rushing water
  • Spectacular Floral Clock.
  • Stop at the Smallest Chapel in the World!
  • Back to Downtown Toronto and Airport Hotels.
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.

 

  • Photography accessories like cameras etc.
  1. 8:30 AM-9:30 AM Pickup

    Free pick up from your hotel lobby in Downtown Toronto,  Airport Hotels or any of our designated pick-up locations. Enjoy your tour in one of our luxury coach tour buses

  2. 11:00 AM Maple Syrup Tasting at Maple Leaf Place

    We arrive at the Canadian side of Niagara Falls and our first stop is at the world famous and delicious Maple Syrup Place.  You will be treated to the award winning and Ontario’s best quality maple Syrups and more….

  3. 12:00 PM Hornblower Boat Cruise

    All Aboard!  The Exciting World Famous Hornblower Boat Cruise as it takes you as close to the falls as you can possibly get on your Journey To The Falls..

  4. 1:00 PM Sheraton Fallsview Buffet Lunch

    Enjoy an outstanding meal overlooking the falls where the food is as good as the view at the newly renovated Sheraton Fallsview

    Take some time to explore Niagara Falls on your own

  5. 3:00 PM Niagara Parkway

    Enjoy a scenic drive along the Niagara Parkway. Winston Churchill famously called it ”The Prettiest Sunday Afternoon Drive in the World”

  6. 3:15 PM Niagara Whirlpool and Rapids

    Visit the spectacular Niagara Whirlpool and Rapids and experience the natural phenomenon of the Niagara River.

  7. 3:30 PM The Floral Clock

    Visit the beautiful Floral Clock.

    Between the Botanical Gardens and Queenston Heights Park stands one of the most popular sights to view in Niagara. The Floral Clock is a 12.2-m (40-ft.) diameter working clock that is one of the largest in the world. …With time for souvenir shopping.

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  8. 6:00PM - 6:30 PM Back To Toronto

    Back to Downtown Toronto and Airport Hotels.

  9. 4:00 pm Farmer's Market and Smallest Chapel

    Farmers Market and Smallest Wedding Chapel in the World

    Experience locally grown fruits and vegetables at the famous Walkers Country Market.  Make sure you don’t leave before trying the award winning home made fresh ice-cream!!!

    Visit the world famous SMALLEST CHAPEL IN THE WORLD

     

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