A: Niagara Falls is open 24 hours a day 365 days a year.Q: When does the tour operate?
A: The tour runs every day, all year round. We depart from Toronto at 9 am and return at approximately 5 30 pm.Q: Is the Skylon Tower the same as the CN Tower?
A: No, the Skylon Tower is located in Niagara Falls. The CN Tower is in downtown Toronto.Q: Is there an entrance fee to Niagara Falls?
A: No.Q: Are the Falls turned off at night?
A: NoQ: Where should I stay during my visit to Niagara Falls?
A: We recommend you try and stay as close to the Falls as possible. Parking is limited during peak seasonQ: Do I have to book in advance?
A: We recommend that you should. By booking in advance you will be guaranteed a seat on the tour bus. Our prices on-line are always lower than what you will normally find at a hotel lobby or travel outlet.Q: Why does your tour costs less than others?
A: Our goal is to offer affordable, quality tours. By keeping our price low, more people choose us and we offset our lower prices with more customers.Q: What is the difference between Niagara Falls and Niagara-on-the-Lake?
A: Niagara Falls is located in a city with a population of 82 000. Niagara-on-the-Lake is approximately one hour drive from the Falls, at Lake Ontario, with around 7 000 residents and countless visitors.Q: Can we do tasting at the winery?
A: Yes. You will experience the free wine tasting of Niagara's specialty wines. The estate winery will offer you one red and one white wine sample, plus a tasting of their award winning ice wine.Q: How many waterfalls make up Niagara Falls?
A: Since the Niagara River is the border, the Falls are divided. There are two American Falls and one Canadian, or three in total.Q: How long is the Niagara River?
A: The Niagara River connects Lake Erie to Lake Ontario and is 36 miles (58 km) long.Q: Do we cross the border into the United States?
A: The view of both the American and Canadian Horseshoe Falls is better from the Canadian side. We do not cross the border.Q: Are the Niagara Falls the highest in the world?
A: No. There are taller waterfalls, but Niagara Falls has the greatest volume of water going over the brink. It is this high volume, combined with the height that makes them spectacular.