Family-friendly and festive events, world-renowned attractions throughout the Niagara Region and a Natural World Wonder like no other, makes Niagara the perfect holiday destination
Welcome to Niagara Falls, a landscape rich in history, charm, and natural splendour. From our world famous wineries, magnificent nature reserves and lively attractions to our luxurious hotels and gaming facilities, Niagara offers many things to see and do for travelers of all ages!
Tour Niagara features detailed Niagara Falls information, from where to stay, to things to see and do, and so much more! Whether your planning a family vacation, a getaway for two, or a business trip, Tour Niagara has all the information you need to plan a memorable trip to Niagara Falls and the region.
Niagara Falls is one of the most popular vacation destinations in Ontario and New York. Thousands of people visit the area each year to see one of natures most spectacular wonders; The Horseshoe Falls. There are many things to do in the city with many new attractions, hotels, restaurants, and museums built each year.
The surrounding Niagara Region also offers many different “things to do” for visitors, including wine tours, golfing, nature hikes, bike tours, historical areas, and much more. Start your vacation planning today with Tour Niagara’s comprehensive travel site.
Niagara Falls Info
Niagara Falls is a massive cataract located on the Niagara River in Western New York and South Eastern Ontario. It consists of two waterfalls, which are separated by Goat Island. The larger cataract is the Horseshoe Falls, which is located in Canada. The Horseshoe Falls is 2600 feet wide and 173 feet high. The American Falls, which is located in the state of New York, is 1060 feet wide and 182 feet high. The Horseshoe Falls carries 9 times more water than the American Falls, approximately 194940 cubic feet of water flows over the brink each second. The Falls were given its name by the area’s first know inhabitants, the Neutral Indians. They called it “Niagara,” which means “thundering waters.” The Neutrals were the first know inhabitants in the Niagara region.