Friday, August 7, 2015

Travel - Journey Behind The Falls

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 **I received a free tickets to facilitate this review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC Regulations.
We had a few passes to explore the Niagara Falls from different view points. The first sent us lowering down to Journey Behind The Falls! This was a new experience traveling 150 feet down to the bedrock to tunnels leading to the Cataract Portal and Great Falls Portal. 
Before you travel down though they supply you with ponchos! They are super fashionable and perfect for any water event! Mclachlan's even had a Canadian photo on the back.
Once down in the tunnels we traveled to the "look out" points. These have over 2,800 cubic meters of water thundering over from 13 stories above in front of you.
My son was not such a fan of the loud crashing and slipper flooring so we headed out on the observation decks. This is where you will find the most amazing views of the Falls.
American Side of the falls
Rainbow Bridge
Maid of the Mist Boat
Horseshoe Falls, Canada
I loved watching the water crashing down!
They have a lower landing deck you can walk out on as well.
What we liked: This hosts some of the most captivating views of both Falls. It houses several people at a time without feeling crowded. The establishment staff are well organized, friendly and seemed to enjoy their jobs!
What could be Improved: The flooring is slippery so I wish I had not wore flip flops. That was more on my end then them. I wish they had some pan-flit to share what exactly it was.
Overall Rating: We enjoyed the views, the staff and our experiences. 
4.7 our of 5 Stars!

6 comments:

  1. Wow what an amazing experience. Would love to visit it one day, need to add it to my bucket list

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  2. I have always wanted to see the Falls. Thanks for the images and details!

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  3. great photos, makes me remember our trip there so long ago. hope your son enjoyed it!
    b

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  4. My husband and I took the same tour a couple of years ago. Enjoyed looking at your pictures since they reminded me of our trip, which we really enjoyed

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  5. Love your pictures of Niagara Falls. One of these days I hope to see them in person.


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  6. Glad you enjoyed it! I've done that tour and it's great. Thanks for linking up to Blogger Brags. I have pinned your post to the BB pinterest board.

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