Visiting New York and thinking about an excursion to the breath-taking natural wonder of Niagara Falls? Less than 500 miles away, the stunning waterfalls are a popular attraction for those keen to escape the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple.
Taking into account value for money, convenience and customer reviews, TravelMag presents our top three Niagara Falls tours from New York, each offering a unique way to experience one of the wonders of the world.
2-DAY NIAGRA FALLS TOUR FROM NEW YORK BY BUS
FROM €294.60 PER PERSON
When you’re immersed in the pulsating man-made brilliance of New York, it’s hard to imagine that just a few hundred miles away is one of the world’s most iconic natural wonders. Those wanting to experience this striking contrast may want to consider a relaxing 2-day overnight bus trip. With this tour, you’ll travel to upstate New York by bus and visit both the American and Canadian sides of the falls to discover the majestic beauty of Niagara. The following day you can partake in some premium shopping on the way back to the Big Apple.
NIAGRA FALLS DAY TRIP FROM NEW YORK BY AIR
FROM €521.70 PER PERSON
There’s few better ways to view the world’s natural beauty spots than from up above and this tour offers you just that vantage point. You’ll get picked up from your Manhattan hotel and whisked away for a memorable flight over Niagara Falls, taking in both the US and Canadian sides. Included in the tour is a ride on a Niagara boat cruise plus a buffet lunch over the falls, and at the end of an amazing day you’ll take an evening flight back to New York.
2-DAY NIAGRA FALLS DAY TRIP FROM NEW YORK CITY BY TRAIN AND AIR
FROM €854 PER PERSON
If you’re keen to experience Niagara Falls in true style, how about this lavish 2-day trip? It includes a scenic train journey from Penn Station through upstate New York, a laser show over the Falls, a VIP lunch at Hard Rock Cafe Niagara, and a private driver who will escort you to your aeroplane for your flight back to New York. Around Niagara, you can also enjoy shopping and sightseeing, as well as aerospace and science museums, casinos and observatories.