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The 6 Top Experiences on Your Airlink Niagara Falls Bus Tour

The 6 Top Experiences on Your Airlink Niagara Falls Bus Tour


The 90 minute drive from Toronto to Niagara Falls has never been as luxurious, informative, and spiritual. It can be enjoyed as a day or evening Airlink Niagara Falls Bus Tour. The tour is packed with historical and cultural insights into the area. Experience a meal with a once in a lifetime view and the opportunity be fully in touch with true world wonder. Airlink Bus Tours is the best way to truly experience everything Niagara Falls has to offer. Check out our list of the top six experiences you can look forward to on your bus tour.


  1. Hornblower Boat Cruise


It’s one thing to stand on a platform overlooking the infamous Falls, although that in itself is something you will never forget! But imagine the mist on your face as you feel the rippling waves brought to life by the falling waters, see the rainbows form right in front of you, and hear the roar of water crashing to the rocks below. There is truly no better way to experience Niagara Falls than on The Hornblower Boat Cruise.


  1. Buffet Meal at Sheraton On The Falls


Both the day and evening tours include an optional meal at the Fallsview Buffet at Sheraton On The Falls Hotel. The sophisticated 80-foot buffet with live cooking stations is outlined by seating against floor to ceiling windows overlooking the Falls. The food itself is the height of elegance, with options for vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free diets, as well as a kid-friendly section


  1. Niagara-On-The-Lake


A visit to the charming town of Niagara-On-The-Lake (or NOTL as the locals call it) is the perfect complement to a trip to the Falls. Stroll down Queen Street alongside the quaint locally-owned and operated shops, art galleries, and museums that allow you to truly experience the rich history and culture that is NOTL. The area is also at the heart of Ontario Wine Country, so there is no shortage of fantastic wine options to satisfy your palette. Don’t forget to try the infamous ice wine while you’re here or, if you are on the Airlink Day Tour, grab your complimentary sample.


  1. The Whirlpool


Continue to experience the sheer power of Niagra Falls with a trip to The Whirlpool, a naturally-occurring phenomenon that is estimated to be 4,200 years old. Located in Niagara Gorge, the predominately counterclockwise motion is a hypnotizing sight to behold that rounds out your Falls experience.


  1. The Flower Clock


Nature, art, and the human experience come together in dazzling fashion when you visit The Flower Clock. Located along the Niagara Parkway, otherwise known as “The prettiest Sunday afternoon drive in the world” thanks to Winston Churchill, the 12.2 meter (or 40 foot) diameter working clock is made up of more than 1,500 hand-laid flower beds that are changed twice per year. The colorful patterns lay before a tower that plays Westminster chimes every quarter hour.


  1. The Smallest Chapel in the World


Did you know that the Guinness Book of World Records holder for the smallest chapel in the world is located in Niagara-On-The-Lake? Did you also know that very few bus tours take their groups to see this famous little building? The Living Water Wayside Chapel is a place that proves you don’t need a large, glitzy, commercialized building to have a spiritual experience. The inside measures at 7.25 square meters (4 meters by 1.8 meters), or 78 square feet (13 feet by 6 feet), is standing room only, and includes a guest book you can sign.


Whether you choose an Airlink Day or Evening Bus Tour, the experience is something you and your entire party will remember for a lifetime.