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Beyond the breathtaking spectacle of Niagara Falls, you’ll find an area of outstanding natural beauty, and a destination that is accessible to all travelers, including those on a tight budget. Stunning lakes, natural rapids, and secluded islands are ideal for hiking and exploring. One thing’s for sure, you’ll never have to dig too deeply into your pocket to get the most out of your visit to Niagara Falls.

Things to see in Niagara Falls

The renowned waterfalls are bound to be at the top of your to-do list. There’s so much to discover around the falls; the Cave of the Winds is a section of decks and platforms located towards the bottom of the American falls, so you can experience the crashing water up close. For some of the best views of the Niagara River, head to Rainbow Bridge. Opened in 1941, the bridge replaced the previous Honeymoon Bridge and is now one of the main crossings over the river. If you want to explore some of the surrounding islands, Goat Island and Three Sisters Islands are some of the more popular destinations. The latter group of islands was used by Native Indian shamans as sacrificial sites; to this day, many people still believe the Three Sisters Islands are areas of spiritual significance. You’ll find many notable people buried in Oakwood Cemetery, including some unfortunate individuals who attempted to swim the Niagara rapids and failed.

Cheap hotels in Niagara Falls

If you’re looking for cheap accommodation in Niagara Falls, there’s always the option to camp. There are many excellent camping sites dotted around the area, offering cheap and comfortable accommodation within close proximity to the sites. There’s also a good choice of budget bed and breakfasts in Niagara Falls, all of which offer homely comforts and all the usual mod cons. Another option for cheap Niagara Falls accommodation is the many hostels. Popular with younger travelers, Niagara Falls’ hostels have a strong community atmosphere and many organize regular social activities.

Where to stay in Niagara Falls

Clifton Hill—also known as the Street of Fun—is lined with many themed restaurants, budget bars, and affordable accommodation. Located on Niagara’s south coast, the City of Port Colborne is a vibrant area with a great choice of restaurants serving cheap eats and great drinks. There’s a wide range of budget hotels available in this area and travelers on a shoestring are very well catered for. Niagara Falls Park offers visitors ample camping choices, ideal if you want to get back to nature!

How to get to Niagara Falls

Most international travelers will fly into the Niagara Falls International Airport, located on the American side of the river. As Niagara Falls is right on the American-Canadian border, most visitors will want to cross between the neighboring countries at some point in their visit. If you wish to do this, ensure you have your passport and all the correct documentation for border control. Visitors from Canada can use the direct train from Toronto to the city, while there is also a direct train linking Niagara Falls to New York City.

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