New Jersey to Niagara Falls,Niagara Falls Helicopters experience

  1. By kevin
  2. On Jul 4, 2018
  3. North America
  4. Travel Tips

Niagara Falls Helicopters experience from New Jersey to Niagara Falls must be very interesting in this season.As the helicopter gently lifts off from our Victoria Avenue location,the awe-inspiring views of the Niagara Falls Region begin to appear below.We wouldn't want any picture-taking opportunity to be missed so cameras should be ready to go right from the start!

Beginning with the Sir Adam Beck Generating plant and the Niagara Parks Commission School of Horticulture,the tour follows the Niagara River from the Whirlpool area,over the Whirlpool Rapids and the Rainbow Bridge.The green grass and floral beauty of Queen Victoria Park stretches below as the helicopter passes by the American Falls and the Skylon Tower.

Just when it looks as if you may reach the Minolta Tower,the helicopter begins to change direction as if following the curve of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls!Rainbows appear and disappear from all directions.The helicopter begins to level off and continue along the route back to Niagara Falls.

New Jersey to Niagara Falls,Niagara Falls Helicopters experience

Attractions you can see:

Boston Pizza

While gourmet pizza is Boston Pizza’s claim to fame,you’ll find more than 100 delicious menu items perfect for lunch,dinner or anything in between.Sit on the patio or go inside to enjoy a relaxing family meal or catch your favorite team at the sports bar.

Kelseys Original Roadhouse

Featuring an extensive menu,you will find international dishes,burgers,steaks,salads,seafood and more.Our Kelsey's has undergone extensive renovations,and now features one of Niagara's largest outdoor patios!Be part of the action while you relax with a beverage and soak up the sun,and let our live musicians entertain you!

Niagara SkyWheel

Soar 175 feet above Niagara Falls for the most spectacular view you will ever experience.Climate controlled gondolas provide year round sightseeing comfort,day and night in Canada's largest observation wheel.