This is a 5-hour event that offers you the chance to experience spectacular views of the Toronto landscape. Travelers will be flown over Toronto aboard the Navajo aircraft and the view from such heights is spectacular. This tour doesn't just offer a flyover but there's also a day's excursion the best wineries in Niagra including a wine tasting tour. It exposes travelers to a completely different experience and shows a lot about the region in such a short time. There's an eagle's eye view of all of the main action attractions in the city. Fly over the Niagra Falls from the Canadian side. Let the flight take you close to the Hornblower cruise "Voyage to the Falls". Eat some lunch at the top ofA"š
Skylon Tower. Go underground to feel the Horsehoe tumbling above you. It also offers views and scenarios that make you experience the falls up-close. The tour can be a great way for an individual to relax. It can be used to host a small group tour with a maximum of 7 members.
The whole trip is organized as a small group tour. The tour operator will ensure that travelers get a hotel pickup to and from the Niagra Falls from locations in Canada only. A small group of about 7 people can be transported with the use of a minivan. The vehicle is comfortably air-conditioned to make sure that all of the customers sit comfortably will they get to their destination. During the tour, there's a guide that helps to provide travelers with live commentary on important details about the trip. After riding in the minivan, there is also a ride aboard a helicopter from there they get the best views of this natural landscape. Travelers also get to eat some lunch at the Skylon Tower's Summit Suite Buffet.
Travelers are usually amazed about the whole trip and find the tour guides interesting. The ride in the helicopter was an eye-opener on the real beauty of this natural attraction. There's just a lot of sights to enjoy and record that it means you'll never be bored. As we progressed, the tour guide showed an impressive knowledge of the area and took us through.