Not Everything At Niagara Falls Is Expensive


Some books and videos that you will surely enjoy if you have an interest in Niagara Falls, one of the great destinations of the world. To help you, I have comments below on each.

First, all of these are under $20, and most under $10. In today’s world, that’s a bargain.

—>Moon Travel Guides: Here you get coverage of both the American and Canadian sides, plus worthwhile day trips including Niagara-on-the-Lake, Buffalo, and wine country. Lots of full-colour photos and detailed maps throughout, curated for romantic getaways, budget traveling and family trips. It’s a lot more than just looking at water cascading over rock. You can take a thrilling zipline above the Niagara River, or get an inside look at the falls from a tunnel dug into the gorge walls. Embark on an unforgettable boat tour, voyaging past American and Bridal Veil Falls, into the misty, roiling waters beneath Horseshoe (hop on board in the evening to catch a fireworks show!). Stroll downtown Buffalo, or sip your way through wine country. Hike through beech tree forests, ride the towering SkyWheel, and enjoy a romantic dinner over sunset views of the falls. It’s a good guide written by a local by the name of Joel Dombrowski. Some important information on getting here and getting around, crossing the US-Canada border, weather, wildlife, and safety including travel tips for seniors and visitors with disabilities. Click on the Amazon link above. RECOMMENDED

—>Niagara Falls Raging Rapids is an interesting video probing some of the ‘secrets’ of Niagara Falls. From helicopter and speedboat, at high-tech labs and at rope’s end, you join scientists as they struggle to piece together the life story of North America’s most celebrated natural wonder, Niagara Falls. You get to experience the Falls that daredevils and stunters could never tame, the Niagara that is a vertical battleground between water & rock. And the price can’t be beat. Click on the Amazon link above. RECOMMENDED

—>Niagara Falls Travel Guide (Quick Trips Series): Sights, Culture, Food, Shopping & Fun> was written especially for those coming from locations around the world, but not from the U.S. or Canada. But at less than $5, pretty hard to go wrong. Click on the Amazon link above.

—>Niagara Falls: The History of North America’s Most Famous Waterfalls was written in 2015 so it is up-to-date. Nik Wallenda, the famous high wire daredevil said, “It’s one of the most beautiful natural wonders in the world. Who wouldn’t want to walk across it?” This book fills in the gaps. Click on the Amazon link above. RECOMMENDED

—>Niagara Falls, the DVD was prepared by PBS (the Public Broadcasting System in the U.S.) and as usual, they did a great job. No reason for a lot of comments because it is just plain good. Click on the Amazon link above. RECOMMENDED

—>Niagara- Wine Country is a documentary the Producer of the Television Series: Goodtimes Travel, Destinations & Travel. Niagara-on-the-lake, Jordan, Wine Routes, Niagara Falls, St. Catharines, Floral Clock, Butterfly Conservatory, Wines festival, Welland and a whole lot more. For those interested in more than just the Falls themselves, this is a great watch. Click on the Amazon link above. RECOMMENDED

I hope you enjoy your purchase and don’t hesitate to contact me should you have any questions or comments.


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