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TakeTours Offers Various Tours to Niagara Falls as the Maid of the Mist Reopens Today for 2011

May 4, 2011

News, 2011

The Maid of the Mist is set to open today to kick off the official boat ride season at the famous Niagara Falls. This year, it is expected that close to 30 million visitors will visit Niagara Falls. Many of them take tours to Niagara Falls, from New York, Boston, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Toronto, Montreal.

As a staple destination in American sightseeing, Niagara Falls has many points of interest. The Falls themselves are viewable from different angles and perspectives. Split between the United States and Canada, Niagara Falls offers different views from either vantage point. The historic Maid of the Mist boat ride has been offering the closest and most spectacular view of the falls for over 150 years. The Cave of the Winds brings visitors to the front of the Bridal Veil Falls to experience tropical storm-like conditions as winds reach up to 68mph. Firework displays are a frequent occurrence throughout the week over Niagara Falls.

TakeTours.com has brought together hundreds of exciting tours to visit Niagara Falls that highlight the Falls’ most famous attractions, including the Maid of the Mist and the Cave of the Winds. Other attractions in Niagara Falls are also visited on TakeTours trips. Special night viewing is also enhanced by the illumination of the falls, as colorful lights are projected on to the falls. To get an exciting and educational look at the history of Niagara Daredevils, the IMAX Theater at Niagara has an over 6 story high screen and 12,000 watts of digital surround sound to present the history of those who have dared to go over the falls.

With most tours offering a “buy 2, get the 3rd free” deal, travelers in small groups can make the Niagara Falls trip experience very affordable. Further more, a group booking 3 rooms or more can save an additional 5% in savings. Most tours to Niagara Falls are departing daily in the summer from many east coast cities, including New York City, Boston, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Toronto, Montreal and more.