LUXURY BUS FROM TORONTO TO
- Pick-up and return from any Toronto area hotel
- Comfortable, air-conditioned coach with panoramic windows
- Niagara Peninsula wine country, featuring a guided tour and tasting at a popular winery
- Historic and picturesque Niagara-on-the-Lake
- Niagara Falls with stops at the Floral Clock and Horseshoe Falls
- Free admission to the Maid of the Mist or Journey Behind the Falls
- 2 hours to explore Niagara Falls on your own
Toronto to Niagara
Skyway’s full-day tour to spectacular Niagara Falls begins from any Toronto area hotel. With early morning pick up, the eight-hour tour operates daily, year-round. Let us take you in air-conditioned comfort through the breathtaking scenery of the wine country of the Niagara Peninsula. Fruit orchards, vineyards and wineries are abundant in the area, known for its mild climate. We feature a stop at one of the area’s most popular wineries for a tour and guided tasting.
Next we tour to the historic village of Niagara-on-the-Lake. Often called the loveliest town in Ontario, the quaint village boasts a rich and highly significant history. Local architecture accentuates its British heritage with Georgian and Victorian-style buildings. Featuring tea shops, antique stores, horse-drawn carriage rides, historical sites and picturesque views – this is a town not to be missed.
Behold The Falls
Continuing onto the city of Niagara Falls, travelers will be astonished by the sheer magnificence of the Falls. One of the Seven Wonders of the World, it features the highest waterfall rate anywhere and a vertical drop of 50m (165 feet).
We will stop for key scenic points for photo opportunities, such as the Floral Clock - a unique time piece consisting of 16,000 bedded plants. Included in the tour price is admission to the Maid of the Mist Boat Tour or the Journey Behind the Falls.
Both excursions provide unique close-up experiences with the majestic Horseshoe Falls. The guided tour then concludes and passengers have two hours to explore the area on their own before returning to Toronto.