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Niagara Falls Day Trip from Boston by Air

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    Do you love Niagara and want a cliché mesmerising Niagara vacation? This is a day tour from Boston to Niagara via air, which is right for you. This adventure tour includes a one-hour flight that would fly you over some of the region's rural parts. Once you land, the tour includes dining, shopping, exploring, and of course, the Niagara Falls. The tour includes a cruise that will take you to the Falls’ base.

    The tour starts at Boston’s Logan Airport and ends at the same point the next day. Fly to Buffalo on a commercial flight. Once you land, you will be taken on a road trip to Niagara Falls. Once you reach the Falls, you will be taken on a cruise to the base of the Falls. If you choose a vacation in winter instead of the cruise, you will be enjoying Niagara Theatre. After the cruise, you can visit the aerospace and science museums, observatories, casinos and others. Take a peek from the Niagara Falls Observation Tower to get a better view. Visit the Ira G Ross Museum for spotting World War aircraft and the P39, which is under restoration. If you are visiting with a child, you can visit the Niagara Science Museum or the Wax Museum. Later, you will be visiting the Hard Rock Café to enjoy a two-course lunch. The best element of all is the helicopter ride over the Niagara Falls to enjoy the white beauty from the top.

    The tour accommodates up to 25 passengers. It includes air tickets, cruise tickets and lunch. Tourists have to be moderately fit to take part in all the activities. The tour is not wheelchair-friendly. Infant seats are not available, and the kid must be seated on your lap. Passport is essential during travel. So, make sure to place your bookings today!

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