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Being from New York I'd always heard that the Canadian side of the falls was nicer but had never stayed. We had the opportunity to go to the Canadian side and spend the weekend great news great attractions in found some great food.
I have wanted to see the falls since I was a little girl and finally made the trip to Canada Side. I must say that to all those that say it is more special on the Canada side you are absolutely correct. It was less...More
I had an opportunity to visit this beautiful waterfall which is one of the best in the world . I knew i came there during the winter so i did not have a chance to take a boat tour around the waterfalls , there are...More
Can’t believe we waited so long! But well worth the wait. We loved NOTL, had a wonderful lunch at NOTL golf coarse over looking Lake Ontario and cute quaint shopping and very informative carriage ride. We stayed at the Wyndham Gardens on the Canadian side...More
I loved this trip. A short distance from the Buffalo airport makes this a very easy destination to get to. Make sure you layer up your clothes and bring comfortable shoes...you are going to be doing some serious walking if you want to see everything...More
I went to Niagara falls (US side) in the month of may 2018 and it was a trip with my friends from Chicago. Falls has an amazing view and everyone has to visit
Maid of mist ( You can see canada ships moving close to...More
Booked a hotel to stay overnight in Niagara Falls, on arrival we could see that it was more like a hostel than a hotel. Room was not great and shower did not work properly. The surrounding area of the falls is cheap and tacky and...More
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For tourist visits to Canada of less than 180 days, U.S. citizens do not need visas. ... Entry into Canada: Canadian law requires that all persons entering Canada carry both proof of citizenship and proof of identity. A... More
For tourist visits to Canada of less than 180 days, U.S. citizens do not need visas. ... Entry into Canada: Canadian law requires that all persons entering Canada carry both proof of citizenship and proof of identity. A valid U.S. passport, passport card, or NEXUS card satisfies these requirements for U.S. citizens.