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Guided Kayaking Tour on Niagara River from the US Side
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Location: Niagara Falls, Canada
Duration:
2.5 hours
Price:
Starting from $64.00 per person

Highlights

While visiting the amazing Niagara Falls, take some time to see the beautiful surrounding areas on a kayak tour along the Niagara River. On this 2.5-hour kayaking tour from the American side, your professional guide will lead you along the river, where you'll see numerous scenic sights. Kayak along Grand Island, Strawberry Island and Motor Island, pass the famous River Lea Farmhouse and continue through a wildlife habitat teeming with osprey, eagles, cranes, mink, beavers and more. And don't worry -- you will not be kayaking over the falls!

Soak in the natural beauty of the Niagara Falls area on this fully guided 2.5-hour kayaking tour from the American side. Your tour departs from Grand Island, New York, where you will be surrounded entirely by the impressive Niagara River. The river splits into two parts at the south end of the island and rejoins at the northwest end, before flowing west to Niagara Falls.

Hop in your single or tandem kayak and let your guide lead you along a moderately easy route that will include many picturesque sights. Paddle past the famous River Lea Farmhouse, an 1849 Victorian farmhouse once owned by President Grover Cleveland's uncle, who hired Cleveland to work on the farm -- the future president's first job.

Continue on to Motor Island, designated as a New York state wildlife habitat. Keep your camera close because here you are likely to spot the spectacular great black cormorants, black birds with gracefully long wingspans, in nests perched in the tops of trees.

From there, head to Strawberry Island to explore a small, tranquil lagoon. Many birds live in this area, including terns, gulls, and cormorants, making for world-class bird watching. The canal along the island is actually a lagoon that separates Little Beaver Island from Beaver Island State Park. As you kayak along the river, admire the lagoon laced with lily pads and coves filled with exotic greenery.

Your tour includes a light snack, water and all the necessary equipment.

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Niagara Falls Combo Tour: American-Side Sightseeing and Kayaking
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Location: Niagara Falls, Canada
Duration:
Varies
Price:
Starting from $141.50 per person

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Discover Niagara Falls from both land and water. This packaged tour includes a 4.5-hour sightseeing bus tour of the US side of Niagara Falls and a 2.5-hour kayaking adventure down the Niagara River. See all of the American side's main attractions on a fully narrated tour by coach, including a ride on the ‘Maid of the Mist’ boat and admission into the Prospect Point Observation Tower. After seeing all of the highlights from land, hop into a kayak for a leisurely paddle to explore Niagara Falls' natural beauty. The two tours can be taken on different days.

Experience the best of Niagara Falls' US side with this sightseeing bus tour and kayaking adventure package. Start with a four-hour sightseeing coach tour to discover the American side’s main sights. Your tour begins with hotel pickup, and in addition to a fully narrated tour by coach it also includes a ride on the famous Maid of the Mist gorge cruise and admission to the Prospect Point Observation Tower for spectacular views of the falls.

You'll get up close to the mighty falls on the Maid of the Mist and then explore the Cave of the Winds Boardwalk, situated right at the base of Bridal Veil Falls. Plus, visit Niagara Falls State Park, Three Sister Islands, Whirlpool State Park and more!

Part two of your experience allows you to soak in the natural beauty of the Niagara Falls area on a fully guided, 2.5-hour kayaking tour. Your tour departs from Grand Island, New York, where you will be surrounded by the impressive Niagara River, which splits into two sections at the south end of the island and rejoins at the northwest end, before flowing west to Niagara Falls.

Hop in your single or tandem kayak and let your guide lead you along a moderately easy route that includes many picturesque sights. Paddle past the famous River Lea Farmhouse, an 1849 Victorian farmhouse once owned by President Grover Cleveland's uncle, who hired Cleveland to work on the farm -- the future president's first job. Continue on to Motor Island, designated as a New York State wildlife habitat. Keep your camera close because here you are likely to spot spectacular great black cormorants, black birds with gracefully long wingspans, in nests perched in the tops of trees. From there, head to Strawberry Island to explore a small, tranquil lagoon.

Tours can be taken on different days.

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