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Niagara Falls, Canada: Journey Behind the Falls Entry Ticket

1. Niagara Falls, Canada: Journey Behind the Falls Entry Ticket

View the world-famous Niagara Falls from a unique perspective with an entry ticket to 'Journey Behind the Falls'. Descend 125 feet and explore the 130-year-old tunnels that are dug through the bedrock. Feel the thunderous vibration of the Horseshoe Falls before you see them. Throughout your walk underground, informational posters are hung where you will learn fun facts and information about the history and evolution of the hallways you walk through. Ascend above ground to the observation deck at the foot of the falls and take in the breathtaking views of the cascading water. Stay dry as you get close to the mighty falls with a complimentary souvenir poncho. Look through the viewing portals cut straight through the rock, offering another unique viewpoint of the falls.

From Toronto: Day Trip to Bruce Peninsula National Park

2. From Toronto: Day Trip to Bruce Peninsula National Park

Explore Canada's expansive wilderness on a day tour from Toronto. See the roaring Inglis Falls, stretch your legs on a hike to Marr Lake in Bruce Peninsula National Park, and visit Tobermory's lighthouse with a knowledgeable guide. Meet your guide and driver in Toronto and head to the first stop on your tour, Inglis Falls. Enjoy the sound of rushing water and a stunning view of an 18-meter tall waterfall. Hop back in the van and continue to Bruce Peninsula National Park. Discover the park's hidden gems with your guide. Hike along Horse Lake to find a secluded beach surrounded by the Cliffs of Georgian Bay. Take a rest and relax by the shores or enjoy a refreshing swim. Once you're ready, continue hiking to Indian Head Cove and the Grotto. Take a dip in the clear aquamarine waters of the Grotto before continuing to Marr Lake and rejoining your driver. After your hike, head to Tobermory. Wander through the small town and snag a souvenir from one of the small local shops or enjoy a quick coffee or snack. Before returning to Toronto, visit Tobermory's lighthouse and look out at the world's deepest harbor.

Niagara Falls, Canada: White Water Walk Entry Ticket

3. Niagara Falls, Canada: White Water Walk Entry Ticket

Get up close and acquainted with the raw power and peril of the Niagara River’s Class 6 white-water rapids. After arriving at Niagara Park, make your way down the White Water Walk and follow the Niagara River at your own pace. Experience the power of nature as trillions of gallons of water are forced through this narrow body of water. The roar of the river provides a deceptive calmness, an ideal ambiance for your walk. Enjoy a close up look at the rapids from many viewing platforms that are dotted along the boardwalk. Learn about the geology and local plant and animal life during your self-guided walk.

Algonquin Park: Adventure Tour from Toronto

4. Algonquin Park: Adventure Tour from Toronto

Take a break from the bustle of Toronto and head into nature for a day. Visit Canada's oldest provincial park on a guided excursion. Get picked up from the meeting point and drive to Algonquin. Spend an enriching 6 hours at the park snowshoeing, hiking, spotting wildlife, canoeing, and swimming. Hop aboard the van in Toronto and head toward the park on a relaxing drive. If there's enough snow, put on your snowshoes for a combined snowshoeing and hiking experience. The activity begins with a short waterfall hike with views sure to take your breath away. Walk up to this hidden gem and marvel at the water gushing over craggy surfaces and glistening in the sun. Continue onto Booth's Rock Trail Hike toward an amazing lookout over Rock Lake and the Algonquin Park woods. This trail takes about 3 hours but is paced for beginners. You don't need to have any hiking experience. Keep your eyes peeled for wildlife as you follow the trails — you may just see moose, black bears, beavers, wild turkeys, and turtles. Pass by sparkling lakes and stop at lookouts along the way. Opt to take a swim around Popcorn Island, witnessing the natural beauty from yet another vantage point. Hop in a canoe and your guide will lead you around on Canoe Lake. End the day having fully experienced the wonderful Algonquin Provincial Park. Get dropped off at the meeting point in Toronto.

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What people are saying about Ontario

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Great view of the falls! You will definitely get wet so bring proper shoes. For taking photos I recommend using a waterproof case. Beware you still need to pay for parking as it does not state that when booking. We were just over an hour because we had to search for a spot and walk a fair distance, but they still charged for two hours parking which was a rip off, but not shocking. Overall, very cool and worth seeing at least once!

This was such a cool perspective of the Falls! This is a pretty quick journey. Roughly just shy of an hour but is absolutely beautiful. We went on a Sunday late in the morning it wasn’t very busy and a bit rainy. A great experience!

Really enjoyed this and definitely a must see attraction. Good price point too for the experience.

It's a once in a lifetime experience and it's awesome because you get to see the Falls up close!

Our family with 4 kids loves this experience. Self guided and lots of fun.