Niagara Falls is actually two waterfalls that are divided into twin channels: the Canadian Horseshoe Falls, named for their shape, and across the border the smaller American Falls.
Although the imposing rumble of the falls can be heard from miles away, there is nothing like the spectacular and breathtaking view of the water crashing over a 52m cliff as they produce dense clouds of bubbling spray. You can also walk down through a series of rocky tunnels that lead behind Horseshoe Falls, where the noise from the crashing waters is simply deafening.
Niagara Falls is a welcoming little town renowned as a honeymoon destination. It is in the American/Canadian border. I visited Niagara twice in autumn and winter. Although it is beautiful in both seasons, there is nothing like the view of the astonishing falls with snow (if you are that lucky).
If you go to Niagara Falls don’t miss the charming little town of Niagara- on- the- lake where the mouth of the Niagara River empties into Lake Ontario. I am fortunate to have Canadian friends who showed me the area around.