The fare of a boat that must be taken to Niagara Falls on the U.S. -Canada border is not particularly expensive. It seems like a ten-dollar dollar dollar knife. There are boats in the U.S. and Canada. There are red raincoats on the Canadian side, and blue raincoats on the American side. It is necessary to buy a raincoat through the ticket, because it is necessary to go into the waterfall. Face is a vent, the feeling of rain and fog. First of all, through the bride's veil waterfall, there are American waterfalls, and finally to the more difficult to see the Horseshoe Bay waterfall, Horseshoe Bay waterfall is the most spectacular boat will stay here for about two or three minutes, standing in a good position can feel at close range. Even a boat with such a large flow of water will be more shaky. A boat may be able to make more than 100 and 200 people. The queuing situation is relatively serious. It takes about half an hour to queue up, but the order here is quite good, and the queuing place is in the viewing platform, which is not boring at all.
Riding on the "Mist Girl" cruise ship, shuttling under the Niagara Falls, personally feel its magnificence, covered by splashed water mist, have to marvel at nature's ghost axe magic. The closer we get, the more we can feel the magnificent momentum, like horses galloping, raindrops, water rushing to our faces, although wearing raincoats, almost can not resist, shoes and pants hair are all wet. The journey is like a wet steaming and then dry steaming process, the wind blows, the sun dries, and dries again. It's really super exciting, super fun.
When you cross Niagara Falls in the fog on the Maiden cruise ship, when you face the amazing waterfall, all your depression and worries will be thrown out of the sky, you will suddenly feel relieved, you will walk out of depression, you will shout and scream, how incredible nature is, how small you are.
Both sides of the United States and Canada have the Misty Girl cruise boat which can feel Niagara Falls at close range. The Canadian side has a red raincoat. The American side is blue. If it is on both sides of the hull when it is near the waterfall, the diffuse vapor will make you nowhere to escape. You need to protect your camera and mobile phone. The most exciting thing is the minutes when the horseshoe falls circle.
Since 1846, the Misty Maiden cruise ship has been leading tourists to get close contact with the waterfall day after day, year after year. After purchasing tickets, take the elevator to the riverside, and then each person collects a raincoat. The cruise ship first passes through the American Falls and then sails to the Canadian Falls, where you can really feel the huge vapor and spray generated by the downpour of the Falls. The water is as turbulent as a thousand horses, thrilling.
It's so spectacular. It's a little more expensive to get on board than to buy on the spot, but it's worth it without queuing.
Riding on the Misty Maiden cruise ship, I felt the shock of the waterfall at close range. The rich and vast water vapor of the waterfall shocked all the former visitors. On the other side of the river is Canada, just across the river from the United States. It's rainy today. If the weather is clear, the scenery will be more charming.