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Approach the roaring Horseshoe Falls - the largest of the Niagara trinity. Between you and the waterfall will be a distance in a few tens of meters.
How to take a boat to Niagara Falls in Toronto
Two countries - Canada and the United States – share the Niagara Falls. There is only the Horseshoe Falls – the largest of them – in the Canadian territory.

You can look at it from a free observation deck from above or set off on a real adventure – take a small ferry boat to all three falls as much closer as possible. Even a raincoat won't save you from the force of nature - everyone comes back wet from here.

Hornblower, Toronto

How to do?

1. Find out, how to get to Niagara Falls, here .

2. The Hornblower ferry boat for 700 passengers and the Hornblower Guardian jet-boat for 150 people go to the waterfalls on the Canadian side. You can buy a ship ticket in the northern part of Queen Victoria Park, at the foot of Clifton Hill. All boats and ships are moored at the lower landing near the River Road, Niagara Parkway, 5920.

Hornblower, Toronto

3. The ship will take you to all three Niagara Falls. You will have the opportunity to ride directly to their raging waters.

Hornblower, Toronto
Photo: Hornblower

Where to do?

#1Niagara Falls in TorontoNiagara Falls

Cascade of waterfalls at Canada-the USA border: the Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls.

Open hours: 9 am - 8:30 pm

How much?

A ferry ride near the waterfall costs CAN $25.95 for adults and CAN $15.95 for children from 6 to 12 years.

Tips and hints

If you are going to take pictures of the waterfalls close or capture them on the camera, take only waterproof equipment with you.


Guest25 May 2024

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