Bus tours to Niagara Falls, Recommendations for Tours to Niagara Falls

  1. By Kevin
  2. On Jan 17, 2018
  3. North America
  4. Travel Tips

Niagara Falls is a breathtaking attraction, one that merits extra time to enjoy. Skipping the day trip and staying overnight is worth it to see the fabulous lighting of the falls in the evening. Bus tours to Niagara Falls, recommendations for tours to Niagara Falls as below:

Bus tours to Niagara Falls

Day 1

New York City – Niagara Falls, NY – Niagara Falls, Canada Climb on board a comfortable, air-conditioned coach for an early morning departure from the Big Apple, through Upstate New York to Watkins Glen, a small, quiet town in the scenic Finger Lakes region.

Make a stop at Watkins Glen National Park, then continue on to iconic Niagara Falls for a late afternoon arrival. Explore the American side of the falls, which will be colorfully illuminated for the evening, before an overnight stay at Super 8 Niagara Falls Ontario (or a similar accommodation) on the Canadian side of the falls.

The overnight stay is scheduled on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. Customers without necessary documentation will receive an overnight accommodation on the American side of Niagara Falls. Please state 'US visa only' in the 'Special Requirements' box at time of booking.

*Montour Falls will replace Watkins Glenn Park during winter months when it is inaccessible

Bus tours to Niagara Falls

Day 2

Niagara Falls, Canada – New York City (breakfast included) After breakfast at the hotel, it’s time for a Maid of the Mist boat cruise. This is the ultimate Niagara Falls activity and no trip to the falls is complete without it. Grab an included poncho and get up close and personal with the falls.

Feel the cool spray and the powerful sounds of the water. This is the experience of a lifetime for those taking the tour between mid-May and October. Outside of those dates, take an equally exciting “Journey Behind the Falls” to explore the scenic tunnels below and behind the Canadian Horseshoe Falls.

Make no mistake, this is as close to the falls as anyone wants to be. The sound is like thunder and the view is breathtaking. Stand back, or in this case stand just close enough to feel the power. It’s exhilarating.

After Niagara Falls, continue on the road back to New York City, making a stop to shop at the Crossings Premium Outlets, one of the largest outlet malls in the US with 100 name-brand stores.

Finally, arrive back at Gray Line New York in the evening.