Explore Canada- Niagara and Toronto
So I have been traveling a lot and I am truly enjoying it! I recently went to Canada with Explore Canada as my partner and explored some amazing places. I am going to divide the Canada Experience in 2 separate blogs for you to know all details about my trip. We took Air Canada which is the flag carrier and the largest airline of Canada by fleet size and passengers carried. It was a very comfortable flight and I didn’t even realise when my 16 hours passed by with the entertainment system on board. We landed at the Toronto airport and directly headed to Niagara from there.
We checked into Hilton hotel in niagara and got the Niagara view rooms which looked incredible. I definitely haven’t stayed in any hotel with such an insane view! On our first day we took a little bit of rest and then left to explore the streets of Niagara. As compared to the other places in Canada, Niagara is a very calm and quiet place with a spread of big bunglows and open streets. We came across an amusement park, some amazing places to eat and more while walking.
On our second day, we planned to explore Niagara Falls with an adventure pass which included some amazing experiences like Niagara’s Fury which is a 4d show of the formation of Niagara Falls. Then we also took a helicopter ride and checked out Niagara Falls from the top. We did an activity called White Water Walk where we walked at the edge of the river and in the end we took the horn blower Niagara cruise which took us right next to the mighty Niagara Falls.
Next up we moved to Toronto and checked into Hyatt regency hotel from where you could see CN Tower! CN Tower is one of the modern 7 wonders of the world. It is the world 9th tallest free standing structures and it’s 553.3 m high. After this we visited Ripley’s Aquarium where we came face to face with thousands of fascinating fishes and sea creatures everything under one roof. We took the hop on hop off bus which takes you around Toronto and stops as 20 tourist destinations. We first stopped at Casa Loma is which a gothic revival style mansion and garden in mid town toronto which is now a historic house museum and landmark.
Then we went to the Royal Ontario Museum which is a museum of Art, World Culture and History of Toronto. It is one of the largest museums in North America and the largest in Canada. Do check my vlog for more!