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Take a scenic route out through the mountains and forests. Stop on the way to look at the pretty waterfalls of Watkins Glen.
If Watkins is the warm up, Niagara's the main act. Before you see the Falls you will surely hear their roaring sound. Stand spellbound as you watch up to 600,000 gallons of water per second plunge over the great escarpment in clouds of mist and plumes of spray.
View Niagara by day and then again after dark, when intense spotlights bathe the Falls with different shades of color. It's an unforgettable sight.
Next day, board the 'Maid in the Mist' passenger boat to get a closer look at the great curtain of water. Or in April go by the Scenic Tunnels to view the Falls from behind.
Having enjoyed the fresh air and seen one of the world's greatest water features, treat yourself to some shopping at one of the wonderful outlet malls on the way back to New York.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday & SundayDuration
2 Days /1 NightStart time
Start time: 7:00am
Make your way Grayline Visitor’s Center 777 8th Avenue between 47th & 48th Street
From 1 Apr 2020, make your way to Manhattan Grayline Visitor Center at Port Authority Bus Terminal 42nd St. (btw. 8th & 9th Ave.) ,New York at 6:30am
The tour ends at the starting point
Day 1: New York - Finger Lakes - Niagara Falls
Your exciting two-day Overnight at Niagara Falls Tour takes you from the US into Canada and back again.
With your bilingual guide, you will depart the Big Apple and head north. You will drive through forested mountains past the beautiful Delaware Gap to Watkins Glen State Park in the heart of the Finger Lakes region.
Stroll through the gorge to the famous waterfalls. Afterwards, you will continue your journey passing Seneca Lake on the way. You will arrive at Niagara Falls in the late afternoon.
Tour the American Side of the Falls including the American Falls, Goat Island, and Three Sisters Islands.Goat Island is a delightful wooded island with spectacular views of the Falls. Three Sisters Islands are three small islands linked by bridges.
At night you can see the spectacular sight of Niagara Falls illuminated in glowing colors.
Overnight: Niagara Falls – Ramada by Wyndham
Day 2: Niagara Falls - New York
After breakfast, you will visit Horseshoe Falls (largest of the three Falls) for a close-up look.
In summer (01 May - 31 Oct) you will board the 'Maid of the Mist' for a 45-minute boat tour past the American and Bridal Veil Falls, then into the dense mist inside the curve of the Horseshoe Falls.
In spring (01 Oct - 30 Apr), you will take the Scenic Tunnels tour (approximately 1 hour) and see the Falls from behind.
At noon you will head back to New York State. On the way, you can enjoy a shopping excursion at a large outlet mall, where there are amazing bargains on brand name goods.
In the evening, you will return to New York by coach and will be dropped off at the starting point at New York Airport Service.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour to confirm the departure details.
Please carry valid travel documents while entering or leaving the US
This tour is available to Passengers with no Canadian Visa, These passengers will be accommodated on the USA side of the falls
Hotel on the US side – Comfort Inn The Pointe. Smoking is not permitted on the motor coach. If any site featured in the program is not covered due to natural weather disaster, late flights, sickness, accidents or any reason beyond control, no refund shall be made for those servicesLuggage is limited to one piece and a small carry on per person. Prices are based on 2 people sharing the same room and if a 3rd person shares the room no extra bed will be provided
Maid of the Mist only operates between May-October
The thing that could have been made clearer was who could go to the Canadian side and who had to remain in USA. I went to confirm and found the start of the tour had changed and...Jane M Karantonis, New Zealand
We travelled as a senior couple. Good experience. Eating places and guide information very good....Sylvia Aldebol Guash, United States
Great experience but it's really cold this time of year so bring a warm jacket!...Rebecca J Coburn, Australia