After 7 hours of driving from Vermont, a speeding ticket and a patrol check, we finally make it to Niagara Falls. As we drive in town, we see something like a smoke and wandering what is that. No longer than a second, we realize it is the mist from the falls and at last, we are happy to be here. It was extremely cool and exciting to see the mist as we get into town.
The parks are free and open all year-round. You will be discovering the park on foot. U.S. side giving you side looks of the falls. Canadian side has much better views without a doubt. Its viewpoint is right across the falls so you get to see all of it from single point. If you don’t require a Canada visa or already have a visa, make sure to bring your passport with you, you can easily cross to other side from Rainbow Bridge. Highly recommended.
Niagara Falls also must see at night time. There is a light show over all of the falls.
Where To Stay- Stay in a motel. It’s not a fancy town with fancy stuff anyway. You can find a nice and comfy motel close to the falls.
When To Go- From May to September is the best time to visit the Niagara Falls. Between June and August is the peak season so be prepared to face more crowds.
Maif of The Mist
Get ready to shower by Niagara Falls. This is a must attraction for both sides. Make sure you cover yourself well with the rain poncho they give. It is gonna get wildly wet and blind in the mist. Amazing experience to get at the bottom of the falls. Departure every 15 minutes and the price is $18.25.
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