If you are adventure seeking couple, head for a Niagara Falls honeymoon, which will be a perfect one for you.
Niagara Falls has three falls, which are the Horseshoe Falls, American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls. The Horseshoe Falls is partially located in Canada and the American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls are in the State of New York, USA. You will watch the raging waters, and hear stories of human engagement, it is an experience which has to be lived. Here you may observe the Niagara Escarpment which is a natural barrier separating Lake Ontario from Lake Erie.
You may spend your Niagara Falls honeymoon standing near the bottom of the falls, in a cave, with your spouse, hand in hand, and being covered in a spray of foggy water rising from the bottom. Or you may take a boat to view the Falls, popularized as 'Maid of Mist' cruises.
You also may try something more thrilling that is to fly over the river in a whirlpool aero car. Newly wedded can also stroll the area to discover more about the natural heritage.
One can also head for the Skylon Tower, which allows a panoramic view of all the Falls, or visit the Centennial Lilac Garden, Niagara Falls Aviary, and many other sites presenting areas of natural conservation and splendor.
If you want to include golfing, visit casinos and dine and you may stay at comfy hotels Niagara Falls.
If one is a US citizen, you can go between Canada and USA without problems and minimal paperwork. If not, permission should be sought from the concerned authorities.
It is a honeymoon trip that promises to be filled with adventure.
For about 200 years honeymooning couples have been choosing way to Niagara Falls.
And of course it is the water, that's the draw. Constantly crashing, plunging, thundering., though it had frozen once. While there are much taller Falls, there are none wider. And here you can also see three for the price of one.
Anyway, view of the Falls both from the American side or the Canadian side is mesmerizing.
Besides watching at the Falls, honeymooners can have their time at a variety of attractions. There is enough to keep you busy for a two- or three-day trip, but if you plan to stay longer it might make you edgy. So it is advisable to combine a visit to Niagara Falls with a stay nearby. If you head about 20 miles north, there will be the scenic and historic hamlet of Niagara-on-the-Lake, which is home to the Shaw Festival, the only theater in the world that performs plays written by George Bernard Shaw (from April to October). If you drive, also think over staying at Toronto, great for city beloved.
If you intent on observing nearby, you may find new sins to cultivate, as wine drinkers can relish having their way through the Ontario Wine Route. Or if you like to gamble, you can find action twenty-four hours a day at Casino Niagara, an elegant three-level gambling hall right across from the Falls.