A true example of nature’s pure beauty, Niagara Falls is a bucket list destination that can’t be missed.
Get up close to the thundering waters on an iconic Hornblower boat cruise to the foot of the Falls or take to the skies on an unforgettable helicopter tour; no matter which angle you see them from, the Falls are simply breathtaking. Make the most of your visit by hiring a car and taking a trip to the nearby countryside to tour the regions famous wineries before enjoying dinner in the Skylon Tower’s revolving restaurant for 360 views of the colourful evening light show over the waters.
Niagara Falls is perfectly paired with Toronto for a multicentre holiday experience. It’s less than two hours’ drive away and offers a complete contrast to Toronto’s cosmopolitan skyline and shopping mecca.
Autumn in Ontario is typically rainy with cooling daytime temperatures. Autumn foliage unfolds in September or October but some areas start getting snow by October.
Don’t miss out on the spectacular, sunny days and warm temperatures of Ontario in the summer. We love this summer season for its brilliant lakeside beaches and plethora of outdoor activities.
Rain falls pretty consistently throughout most of spring in Ontario and the temperature stays cool. The farther north you are the colder it stays. Gradually the weather improves, with comfortable days and cool evenings.
Summer is sunny and warm, with hot, humid temperatures spreading throughout Ontario in July and August. Severe thunderstorms can occur throughout the summer but rarely last long.
Snow falls regularly throughout winter in Ontario. The temperature is very cold, usually below freezing day and night and sometimes dropping below -30°C in some areas. The Great Lakes region stays moderately warmer than the rest of Ontario.View all hotels in Niagara Falls