GotoBus.com has compiled the widest and most affordable selection of Niagara Falls tours available online for the Labor Day holiday. Niagara Falls is a popular, must-see destination for both domestic and international travelers, and draws roughly 13 million visitors each year. It is the perfect combination of beauty and power, with nearly 4 million cubic feet of water flowing over the crest every minute.
These budget friendly Niagara Falls tours typically include both natural daytime views and colorful nighttime illumination views of the falls. Firework shows over the falls are also available on specified dates. Optional admission packages to other Niagara excursions include the Maid of the Mist historical boat ride, and the Cave of the Winds tour, both of which provide an up-close (and wet!) majestic experience. The six story IMAX at Niagara Falls features an exclusive film: “The Falls Movie: Legends and Daredevils” which gives a history of those who dared to travel down the falls.
Most of these tours offer a “buy 2, get 1” free deal as well as a 5% group discount, making a Niagara Falls bus tour an inexpensive way to spend the holiday with family and friends. In addition to seeing Niagara Falls, travelers can also select a tour package that includes other destinations along the route like the best selling 2 Day – New York to Niagara Falls and 1000 Islands Tour and the 2 – Day New York to Niagara Falls and Corning Glass Museum Tour. A cruise along the picturesque 1000 Islands located throughout the St. Lawrence River will reveal their ultimate beauty as the freshwater boating capital of the world. The Corning Museum of Glass presents artisan glass displays and glassmaking demonstrations that delight travelers of all ages.
Niagara Falls tours and vacation packages depart frequently from most major east coast cities, including New York City, Boston, Washington DC, Philadelphia, and Edison. These packages include hotel accommodations, roundtrip transportation in an air-conditioned coach, and a knowledgeable tour guide. Full updated itineraries for American and Canadian-side viewing of the falls are located online at GotoBus.com.