Private Tour Of Niagara Falls Starting In Niagara Falls
$550 per person
Spend the day exploring Niagara Falls and the surrounding region the way you want with a customizable, private tour with drive guide. We can accommodate any group booking size. Spend time in Niagara Falls, Niagara on the Lake and enjoy wine tasting.
★ Inclusions In The Package
Pick Up & Drop Off
★ Additional Charges For The Add-Ons
Hornblower Niagara Cruise $25.95 per person
Seated lunch $50 per person
★ Charges Per Vehicle
1-3 Guests | $550
4-6 Guests | $625
up to 14 | $900
up to 27 | $1300
up to 56 | $1700
Choose your departure time
Spend the day exploring Niagara Falls and the surrounding region the way you want with a customizable, private tour. With your own private tour to Niagara Falls gives you the flexibility to create your perfect Niagara Falls day, with a knowledgeable guide to help you play out your own scenic adventure.
Once you’re whisked away from your hotel, your exploration of Niagara Falls is in your hands—with some help from your guide, of course. Skip the stops you’re not interested in and spend more time at the places you’re more excited to see. We highly suggest the Hornblower Niagara Cruise which can be added at any time. Get a real VIP teatment with a line-by pass. Your tour guide will give you an orientation and allow free time to explore the sights on your own.
Visit the Sir Adam Beck Hydroelectric Generating Stations that create enough hydro-electricity to power Niagara Falls. Stop off at the Floral Clock 12.2-m (40-ft.) diameter working clock that is one of the largest in the world. If you love history, Queenston Heights is a perfect stop being the site of a battle in the War of 1812 battle in which Sir Isaac Brock was killed. A 50-m. (150-ft.) monument, that is perched above the Niagara Escarpment, was built in his honour. Learn more at Fort George a National Historical site.
Niagara On The Lake
Perhaps the most memorable little town featuring quaint shops, farm to table culinary cuisine and breath-taking views of Lake Ontario. Stop off at a vineyard to tour and sample some of the regions best wines.