Niagara Falls boasts an enormous volume of water and overwhelming scenery. The Canadian Falls, located on the west side of Goat Island, is the largest of Niagara's three waterfalls, with a drop of 56 meters and a width of 675 meters, and the sight of a huge volume of water cascading down the horseshoe-shaped cliff is very powerful. The Canadian Falls, the highlight of Niagara tourism, is surrounded by a forest of observation decks and hotels overlooking the falls, allowing visitors to enjoy a fulfilling stay in their own way.
Niagara Falls, one of the three greatest waterfalls in the world, is a gigantic waterfall formed on the bluff of the Niagara River, which flows from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario. The Niagara River borders Canada and the United States, and the Falls are divided into Canadian and American Falls by Goat Island in the middle of the river. The volume of water that flows down the width of the falls, which together reach 1 km, is tremendous, and observation spots and sightseeing boats that allow visitors to experience the power of the falls up close are gaining popularity.