The answer to the question is yes there are tours that take you from the US side of Niagara Falls to the Canadian side if you have a passport.
Niagara Falls is located on the US-Canadian border. It is made up of 3 waterfalls – 2 in USA (American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls) and 1 in Canada (Horseshoe Falls).
A trip to see the powerful Niagara Falls is incomplete without seeing it from both countries. Niagara Falls also lends its name to 2 cities on either side of the border where the world famous waterfall is located.
If you are visiting Niagara Falls for more than a day, you can cross the border and see the view from the other side.
Rainbow Bridge is the closest bridge between the 2 Niagara Falls cities. This bridge allows pedestrian crossings too. All you need is proper documentation to cross the border.
Travel documents required depends on which country you are a citizen of. US citizens with a US passport, passport card, or enhanced driver’s license can enter Canada.
There are many Canadian side Niagara tours that offer pickup from Niagara Falls USA and Buffalo USA hotels. All passengers must have valid documents to enter Canada.
You can book a day tour or an evening tour. Some of the tours are 4-5 hours in duration.
Canada Side Tour of Niagara Falls with Pickup from US Side
This 4-hour Canadian side day tour offers pickup from Niagara Falls and Buffalo, USA. Stops include:
- Journey behind the Falls
- Hornblower Niagara boat cruise
- Skylon Tower
- Niagara Rapids and Whirlpool
- Hydroelectric Power Plant
- Botanical Gardens
- Floral Clock
Canada Side Evening Niagara Falls Illumination Tour
This 4-hour Canadian side evening tour of Niagara Falls has pickups from Niagara Falls and Buffalo, USA. The tour includes all of the stops above and ends with a ride to the top of Skylon Tower to view Niagara Falls illuminated in multiple colours.
Enjoy Niagara Falls from Canada and USA
Take a short trip to view Niagara Falls from the Canadian side with bus tours that offer pickups from hotels in Niagara Falls and Buffalo USA.
Visit some of the popular attractions and enjoy the well-maintained gardens and parks along Niagara Gorge. Book a tour and have a great time in Niagara Falls Canada.