This is a great tour of two of the most beautiful cities in Canada. From the time you board our deluxe motorcoach until you arrive back home again, everything is done to insure your maximum comfort and enjoyment aboard this Niagara Falls & Toronto tour. Along with you will be our professional driver and escort staff.
NOTE: Everyone will need either a passport card or a passport for this tour.
Today, we will travel east through the Windy City of Chicago and spend the night in Battle Creek, MI. Dinner is included tonight
Breakfast is included this morning. We have a short drive to Dearborn, MI to the Henry Ford Museum. This huge museum documents nearly 3 centuries of technological and cultural changes. Our journey this afternoon, brings us to Niagara Falls, Ontario for a three night stay. We will be staying at the Embassy Suites Fallsview, with ‘full view of the Falls’ rooms. Your dinner and evening are on your own.
Breakfast included. A short drive today brings us to Toronto, capital of Ontario, and one of the most important cities in Canada. A lot is planned for today, we will visit Casa Loma - Toronto’s majestic castle estate. Step back in time, explore the former home of Sir Henry Pellatt. You’ve never seen anything like it. Enjoy a city tour of Toronto. We will also explore the CN Tower. A special dinner is included tonight. Evening is free for you to enjoy.
Breakfast included. Experience the Maid of the Mist boat ride (raincoats provided), bring your cameras. See the Floral Clock, Niagara River and Gorge, and much, much more. This afternoon, you’ll be free to explore the area. Dinner and evening will be at your leisure.
Breakfast included. A late departure today, finds us traveling through Ontario. Interesting country side makes for a pleasant drive back to Battle Creek, MI where once again we will be staying the night. Dinner is included tonight. Evening at your leisure.
Breakfast included today. Then head west, around Chicago, and back toward home. Time to enjoy our new friends that we made on this trip and to reminisce about the sights we’ve seen.