Niagara Falls & Toronto – June 19-23, 2017
Niagara Falls & Toronto
Monday – Friday
June 19, 2017 – June 23, 2017
$899.00 per person double
$829.00 per person triple
$799.00 per person quad
$1159.00 per person single
Early Bird Discount of $50.00 per person if booked and paid in full by March 17, 2017
Includes roundtrip motorcoach transportation, 4 nights lodging, admissions per itinerary, 7 meals (4 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch, 2 Dinners) and Imperial Escort
Depart Lafayette at 7:00am
Note: This tour requires a valid passport or valid US passport card.
Discover the beauty of Niagara Falls from the Canadian side. Our guided tour of the Niagara Falls area creates an adventure you will not soon forget. The Hornblower Cruise is the highlight of our tour. Grab your poncho and get ready to witness the breathtaking flow of water, power and mist that is the magnificent Niagara Falls. This evening enjoy a musical celebration of Canada at the popular “Oh Canada, Eh!” Dinner show.
Toronto, the largest city in Canada, is so diverse; it has been compared to New York, Hollywood, and Las Vegas for its size, entertainment, film and financial industry and business districts all meshed inside one magnificent Canadian metropolis. A step on guide will formally introduce Toronto on a captivating city tour ending at one of the world’s great markets – St. Lawrence Market for lunch on your own.
Casa Loma, Canada’s foremost castle and former home to Sir Henry Pellatt in all of its elegance and splendor consists of 98 rooms on 5 acres, with serene gardens, towers, tunnels and is a famous filming site. A Toronto Harbor and Islands boat tour shows a photogenic Toronto from the water; a bustling harbor with its stunning skyline as we glide through the Toronto Islands on Lake Ontario. Before departing Niagara Falls, explore the New Niagara Power Vista. See how the massive Robert Moses Dam plays a role in providing power. Giant screens let you experience the majesty and power of Niagara Falls. Then have a seat in the state of the art simulated ride in the 4D theatre to experience what goes into making electricity.
Canada waits; so much to explore, join Imperial’s journey to our Northern neighbor.