Getting To Niagara By Air
Greater Toronto Airways (for the fastest travel from Toronto direct to Niagara)
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Porter Airlines Toronto Island
John C Munro Hamilton International Airport
Through the United States via Buffalo/Niagara International Airport
Note: please make sure you have your passport with you!
Niagara Air Bus
GETTING TO NIAGARA BY GROUND
Currently operating with a combination of train and bus route from: Niagara Falls-> St. Catharines->Burlington-> Oakville-> Mississauga-> Toronto
Trains now running all year long from Toronto to Niagara Region at multiple times a day.
For cross-provincial and cross-Canada travel to Niagara see:
Note: Tuesdays are discount days and the best days to book! Be sure to book in advance to get the best prices!
By Rental Car
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Enerprise Rent-A-Car and Destination Niagara Falls are providing discounted car rentals throughout Canada!
Access Niagara, ON from the United States from 3 international bridges:
- Peace Bridge, Fort Erie ON/Buffalo, NY,
- Queenston Lewiston, Queenston ON/Lewistion, NY
- Rainbow Bridge, Niagara Falls, ON/Niagara Falls, NY
Border Wait Times by the Canadian Border Services Agency
Documents for Entry into Canada
Cycling, Hiking and Boating
The Greater Niagara Circle Route
Niagara Region Navigator
Scenic Bicycle Routes in Niagara
Explore Ontario by Bike! Niagara
Niagara Cycling Tourism: Niagara Businesses Welcome Cyclists!
Cycle and Stay Niagara
GoBiking.ca’s Guide to Cycling in Niagara
The Bruce Trail
Canada’s oldest and longest marked footpath, provides the only continuous public access to the magnificent Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. Running along the Escarpment from Niagara to Tobermory, it spans more than 890 km of main Trail and over 400 km of associated side trails.
Ontario Trails: Niagara
Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours
Niagara Hornblower Cruises
Boats and Places Magazine on Exploring Niagara by Boat
Greater Niagara Boating Club
St. Catharines Marina
Port Dalhousie Marina
Niagara Fishing Adventures