Me and my wife from India were on visit to NY and after wide surfing on net I had booked two day tour to Niagara Falls from Take Tours. I must say my selection was perfect as tour was very well organized with comfortable itenrary to various places of interest. Final visit to Niagara falls was most exciting and enjoyable.
I wish to appreciate and congratulate our tour guide James who very nicely conducted the tour and fully explained the historical background of all places ?
Thanx TakeTours, our tour guide Catherine and our bus drive for a wonderful trip to the Niagra falls. Catherine was on her toes for the entire trip directing us, guiding us and giving us the history lessons...God Bless.
2-day tour to Niagara Falls was a wonderful experience, our tour guide Catherine was very kinda and informative. We made stops at the glass museum, and Watkins state park on the way to Niagara Falls from NYC. Both were very fun and beautiful. We than saw the sunning sites of the falls at night before returning the next day for the maid of the mist and seeing other amazing parts of the Niagara River. Overall, Catherine and the tour was well worth it and a good time, especially for couples and families.
2 days NY-Niagara tour was very good. Our tour guide Emma was very kind and always guided us in right direction. It was really very well managed guided tour except for the $35 Niagara Falls Night Tour. Our group took the $35 Night tour hoping to see some night lights on the falls but it was not worth. The next thing I know and the guys who didn't choose to be on the night tour and Watkin Glen State park were in the same place. I'm just concerned about $35 for night tour and $15 for Watkins Glen state park being extremely expensive for an optional thing that I suppose is free since its a state park. I recommend to do not pay for tese optional attractions as it's open to all peoples in tour.
All wells. But I'm only concerned with the $35 Niagara Falls Night Tour. Our group took the $35 Night tour hoping to see some night lights on the falls or maybe extra interesting cause its a whopping $35. The next thing I know and the guys who didn't choose to be on the night tour were in the same place near the HorseShoe falls fighting to get a place to catch a glimpse of lights. I'm just concerned about $35 being extremely expensive for an optional thing that I suppose is free since its a state park.