Top Facts about Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is a group of waterfalls located in the provice of Ontario In Canada.
It is located in the border of USA and Canada and it is also called the International border two Countries both USA and Canda.Niagara Falls located in the Niagra River and Highes water flow in the north America Countinents.All Over the world thousand waterfalls is present but Niagra falls is taller than any other waterfalls.


As per history thousands years ago when ice water falls from hills into Niagra river then condense water gets evaporated and deep hole is generated in the Niagara river. 

As Per Research and study around 7000 to 8000 cubic meter of water flow per second

As Per Canada government's tourist portal around 12 million to 14 million tourist visit every and boom the local economy activities. Local economy gets thousand of Dollar earn from Tourist to rent the hotel, shopkeeper sell local fruits and vegitable and nearby niagara falls lots of farmer grown fruits and vegetable.

Best time to visit during summer season and June to August and During summer is peak season to visit there are many reason why we visit in summer reason because during summer weather is very comfortable and many people visit in the morning time as well as in the after noon .Boat rides are available during 9 am to 5 pm however please check the local authority because schedule may be change.

one of the world's most awe-inspiring displays of the power of nature- from the sky, from the foaming river below, or even from within arm's reach. The Niagara River connects Lake Erie with Lake Ontario. But before it gets there, the water plunges down almost 170 feet in a straight drop. The volume of water that comes tumbling over the crest is overwhelming: Almost 170,000 cubic meters of water, that's 6 million cubic feet, thunders over these combined falls each minute during the Falls' peak hours. Most people don't realize this until they get there, but there are actually three waterfalls. East are the American Falls and the narrow Bridal Veil Falls. Then you've got Goat Island and to the west is the impressive Canadian Horseshoe Falls, the widest and most powerful of them all.

The resulting plume of mist is visible from miles away. The first wooden steamboat took people to the falls as early as the mid 1800s and, while the Maids are now made out of steel, the excitement during this half-hour cruise has changed little since.

If you want to get as close to the curtain of water as you can, embark on a Journey Behind the Falls and see - and hear - the water rush past right in front of you. Below the Falls, the foaming water mass squeezes its way through a narrow gorge, creating the Whirlpool Rapids, which you can get to, aboard a jet raft.

Aside from nature, there is also plenty of family entertainment to be had under neon lights. Cross the Rainbow Bridge to the American side to see the Aquarium of Niagara in a serene environment or stay on the Canadian side and enjoy the Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens.

Niagara-on-the-Lake is only a short drive away. Visit this pretty 19th-century village to browse boutique shops, play golf or have lunch before you set out to explore Ontario's wine country. A shuttle bus or taxi can drop you back at the Falls in no time. Scale the Skyline Tower to admire this glorious landscape once more. But, of course, no picture can capture the thrill you feel - and the roar you hear - when you witness Niagara's astonishing power. An impression that will last a lifetime... 

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