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Niagara Falls, Niagara Falls

Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
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One of North America's most impressive natural attractions, Niagara Falls straddle the border between the United States and Canada, marking the point at which the eponymous river plummets over a prominent escarpment. Two cascades on the U.S. side and one on the Canadian combine to form the most powerful waterfalls in the world, harnessed to produce electricity using a generating system invented by famed scientist Nikola Tesla. Experience the sheer force of the water by taking a boat tour from the base of Horseshoe Falls, or climb to the top the observation tower for a bird's-eye view of the entire region. Niagara Falls is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Niagara Falls Edition.
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  • If you have the opportunity this is a must see. Such an amazing site. There is also shops and things to do in the area. Great family event 
  • My husband and I visited here recently for two days and we had a great time. We visited both sides and the American side had a lot of nice walking trails and landscaping while the Canadian side had a ...  read more »
  • The falls are unbelievable. We saw them from every angle. You must visit the US and Canadian side to make sure you get the best views. I would suggest staying on the Canadian side of you are staying o...  read more »
  • Personally, I like the American side better, less people. We enjoy the falls even in the winter. Don't think the falls are not pretty in the winter. The falls are worth to visit at any time. If you want a more relaxed visit, go the American side....
  • The falls are beautiful and impressive. But around it there an extreme amount of tourist attractions that take advantage of the falls and have nothing to do with it. If you are expecting a very natural and wild place. It's not like that. It is worth a visit but it is not what people imagine
  • The falls themselves are beautiful and a must see at least once in your life. That being said get there early....skip breakfast and get there early! The lines fill up insanely fast so unless you feel like spending around an hour waiting in line with droves of tourists from all over the world get there early. My best recommendation is start on the American side, do Maid of the Mist and Cave of Winds first, then walk around the rest of the park. Make your way across the rainbow bridge and enjoy the falls from the Canadian side. If you aren't sick of fighting your way through foreigners yet and haven't been sucked into the tacky Vegas like strip, the nightly fireworks show and illuminated falls are a must.
  • Beautiful! Mesmerizing! Enchanting! The rainbow in the "Cave of the Wind" was unbelievably close and just magical! It turned up in the photos! Picture Tip: exchange cameras with other tourists. "Let me shoot a couple for you and maybe you can do the same for me". You'll be surprised at how many people will gladly accept your proposal. They provide ponchos and sandals.
  • Great place to see Gods creation. Hellish tourist trap though! Didn't bother me but it bothered my wife. I come from a city/beach life where my wife comes from an urban life. I recommend eating at Rainforest Cafe for good food and services at somewhat reasonable prices. Avoid the discount trap given out for Keg/Ruth steakhouse restaurants.
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