Experience the season’s changing scenery in a new and exciting way
Autumn scenery is unrivalled by any other season, painting the landscape with gorgeous hues of yellow, red and orange, providing the perfect backdrop for an adventure on the water.
This season, Niagara City Cruises is offering a new and exciting way to enjoy the changing of the seasons – from the Voyage to the Falls boat tour. Throughout the day, guests can enjoy views of the gorgeous Niagara gorge landscape, featuring all the changing colours of the season in addition to experiencing the wonder of Niagara Falls – up close and personal.
“When it comes to viewing the fall scenery in Niagara, there are few better ways than from the midst of one of the seven natural wonders of the world,” says Mory DiMaurizio, Chief Operating Officer of City Cruises Canada. “We invite everyone to come out and enjoy this experience while the season lasts, it’s one you definitely don’t want to miss.”
The 20-minute Voyage to the Falls boat tour, sailing from Niagara Falls, Canada, brings guests on the journey of a lifetime. Enjoy stunning views of the Niagara Gorge, American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls, and come face-to-face with the famous Canadian Horseshoe Falls.
Guests can choose to remain dry in the covered section of the boat, or enjoy a more immersive Niagara Falls experience by getting caught in the mist.
For more information or to secure your tickets, please visit niagaracitycruises.com.
City Experiences represents Hornblower Group’s expansive portfolio of water- and land-based experience companies and includes two sub-brands: City Cruises and City Ferry. City Cruises companies operate dining, sightseeing and private events across 22 destinations in the U.S., Canada and the UK. City Cruises companies also operate cruises on behalf of the National Park Service and the Niagara Parks Commission and currently hold service contracts to provide ferry service to the Statue of Liberty National Monument and the Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration, Alcatraz Island and Niagara Falls.
For more information visit cityexperiences.com.