Monday, 11 June 2012

Tips for Hiking Holiday in Niagara, Canada

If you are planning a hiking and mountain climbing holiday in Canada, it means you are well aware of the natural beauty that is present in that country. I am sure you will agree that Canada is a resourceful country which serves as a touring hub for most of the sightseers from all around the world? It is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Its Niagara Falls is actually the collective name for the American Falls and the adjacent Horseshoe Falls along with the relatively small Bridal Veil Falls. These Falls are the true representation of one of the frontiers of North America and are one of the world’s most iconic landmarks. Continue reading as I am writing down some tips that you must take into consideration if you happen to go to Niagara Falls during your Canada hiking holiday.

Visas and other Paperwork...

Excluding Portugal, if you are coming anywhere from Europe, you will definitely get a visa exemption! That’s true! They just require a valid passport with a return ticket, and the proof that they have got enough money for the accommodation and for supporting themselves and any dependents during their stay there in Canada. Moreover, not necessary that you do but if you wish to cross between Niagara Falls, Canada, and Niagara Falls, USA, you will again be requiring a valid passport. However, people from Portugal are needed to get the visa first. Residents of other countries from all over the world should check with the corresponding Visa Offices for the Canada and the United States.

The best time for visiting...

The Park is open 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. If you want to have an amazing experience while visiting that area, you should visit that place from the mid of May till the end of September. I said that because the weather there is usually pleasant from spring to autumn. So many hikers travel to Niagara to see the lush greenery of that place all through fall season. No wonder, in the first couple of weeks of October, the autumn colors of these mountains are like worth watching. According to many people, Niagara is a stunning and a breathtaking place to visit even in the middle of the winter due to modernized infrastructure. So, you don’t have to worry if you feel like going to the mountains of Niagara in the middle of chilly season? You will love to hike in these mountains even when the weather is chilly and breezy.

Transportation to and from the Niagara Falls...

Visitors usually use the large car park which operates a parking fee during the months May, June, July, August, and September, as these months are relatively busy. Don’t worry if you don’t have a car, there is a Railway Station located two miles underground from the Rainbow Bridge in Niagara Falls, Ontario. You have another option of taking a bus. The bus terminal is around the same distance away.

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