Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the 3-Day Best of the Border Tour from New York City: Niagara Falls, Toronto, Lake Ontario and 1000 Islands. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
The accommodation was excellent, the tour guide was knowledgeable and the sights were memorable.
The tour was well organized and the guiding team was professional and attentive.
This was an excellent tour. They maintained time schedules and the guide was exceptionally good. Driver was very good and the journey throughout was comfortable. The hotels could have been better but were O.K. On the whole it was comfortable and enjoyable. I would be happy to recommend it to others.
Adding this to my New York visit was a highlight!! Well worth doing!
Niagara Falls and Maids of the mist should not be missed.
Breakfasts are included and good meals. Lunch is at reasonable prices and Dinner has a wide choice to suit your budget.
The trip was good, and we liked a lot the guide (Hector); he was so kind to us and explained great. Driver (Marco) was great too. A 10 for both. Maybe I would say there was not enough time to enjoy Toronto properly and that you has to be prepared for long bus travel. Niagara falls are incredible.
Excellent trip, Mottie our guide made it very interesting and informative and made sure everyone was happy. The overnight accomodation and food stops were good. Niagara falls, Watkins Glen, Niagara on the Lake, and Thousand Islands were all amazing, and well worth the distance travelled. We were so pleased we booked 2 other trips with Viator
Tour guide was very good especially with keeping to schedule so we are always on time. Plenty of restroom stops for long journey. However I feel too much time is spent on the bus and on travelling. Accommodation is poor for the second day. Having said that it is a relatively inexpensive tour so it is probably reasonable for what you are paying for.
I feel at that time of year hotel in Niagara Falls should of been closer to town or transportation provided. Did not like being dropped off at shopping center in Toronto. We realized we could not do what was planned but a drive around the city would have nice . We do not feel like we saw Toronto at all.
I don’t really want to talk about that one. I felt ostracized like other four ladies from English speaking group. I felt rush through under a military rules and commanders without a personal time when was needed. As for Niagara is just beautiful I gladly see that phenomenon again but not this way. The one good news is a hotels used in the trip just great. I don’t even know why we went to Toronto didn’t see anything special – mall what’s to see and Parliament so for 95% of non-English speaking people I can’t see a great value but maybe I’m wrong. We as “English speaking” individuals express our opinions in final appraisal of the tour and we got apology but it was too late the tour was over.
The seats in the bus are not comfortable at all, the hours you have to sit in the bus are too long and the time you get for eating or other activities are too short. There is only breakfast included (not dinner), and you get very late to your hotel. The tourguide was not prepaired to give good explanations neither to bring union in the diferent groups that were participating. The attracciones were interesting, but mostly too short to really enjoy.
For some reason the tour guides were very attached to the shopping malls. We didn't plan to go to Canada to spend so much time at the shopping malls.We do it enough in the USA. . I wish we could see more of the old Toronto and the guide could show us the historical sites,not the shopping mall.