Bloggers attending TBEX Toronto will be heading to Niagara Falls June 4th 3rd (correction) 2013. TBEX, the world’s largest gathering of travel bloggers, writers, and new media content creators, will be holding their 2013 North American Conference at the Metro Convention Centre in Toronto, Canada on May 31 to June 2nd 2013. The following day, all major Niagara Falls tour operators like King Tours, Toronto Tours, and Niagara Tours will be hosting many of these bloggers for a FREE Niagara Falls tour.
Bloggers who wish to participate must apply for the free Niagara Falls tour on Tourism.to.
Tour Date: June 4th 2013.
Time: The tour will depart at 9 am. Return to Toronto around 6 pm. We can not guarantee the return time. Please keep this in mind if you have a flight scheduled that evening.
Departure Location: The tour bus will depart and return from 2 locations. The Delta Chelsea Hotel and the Best Western Primrose Hotel.
What’s included with the Niagara Falls tour:
Pick-up and return
Visit to a Niagara Falls winery
A brief stop at the historic Niagara-on-the-Lake
The botanical clock
Maid of the Mist Boat ride
Free Time at Niagara Falls
What is not included with the Niagara Falls tour:
Gratuities for tour guide and driver
Personal expenses and any medical or travel related insurance
Toronto, Canada – King Tours is pleased to announce that it is offering all October Niagara Falls tours for only $69. This is their lowest price of the year!
The tours are offered online through www.NiagaraTours.ca and include: pick-up and return from any location in Toronto, Markham, Mississauga, and North York; a visit to a local winery; wine tasting; a brief stop in the historic town of Niagara-on-the-Lake; admission to the Maid of the Mist; and free time in Niagara Falls.
The (Sub)urban Tourist is a travel blog enjoying the outdoor lifestyle and exploring good food and dining experiences. This summer Margaret Antkowski, who pens the (Sub)urban tourist, took a Niagara Falls tour with her finacé Frank Bourne. She rated the tour 4.5/5. Read her review here:
Niagara by bus: sit back, relax and enjoy the tour
The Maid of the Mist in Niagara Falls – part of the tour with King Tours. Photo by Frank Bourne
I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve been to Niagara Falls, Ontario. It must be at least six or seven times since I was a small kid. With each visit over the years, I’ve noticed that traffic has become increasingly insane in the Niagara region. Driving with stop-and-go traffic and trying to find a parking spot in Niagara Falls or Niagara-on-the-Lake can leave you drained, stressed out and definitely not enjoying the visit.
This past weekend Frank and I had the pleasure of trying out a King Tours bus tour from Toronto to Niagara Falls. And it certainly was a stress-free way to enjoy a day away from Toronto.
The $79 per person ticket included the following:
Transportation in a comfortable, air conditioned tour bus from downtown Toronto to Niagara Falls
Entry into the Maid of the Mist, without having to wait in line for a ticket
About two hours to ourselves to explore Niagara Falls and have lunch
A drive along the Niagara River to stop at spots such as the Whirlpool (10 minute stop); the Sir Adam Beck Power Generation plant (a few minutes to take photos); and the Floral Clock (more photos).
Niagara Falls is only 2 hours away from Toronto. It’s no surprise that Toronto tourists often incorporate a trip to Niagara Falls in their vacation itinerary. Tourism.to, a Toronto Travel website, says that their statistics show exactly that. This past summer their featured Niagara Falls tour that departs from Toronto, has out sold their Toronto Sightseeing tours.
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