With temperatures already in the minuses in Ontario, Canada it is only a matter of time before the famous falls feet begin to freeze to create an ice bridge. Unless experinced first hand it is unimaginable how spectacular the scene really is. Every winter people flock from around the world to the waterfalls where the Winter Festival of Lights is held, displaying hundreds of illuminations, including some from disney, across the waters in what is an amazing winter wonderland of lights. The displays are held until the last day of January so there is plenty of time to see them.
While there enjoy other activities such as outdoor ice skating with stunning views of the falls or visit the skylon tower restaurant to take in the views whilst dining in style.
The light festival is free to view and flights run from Britains larger airports so, if you fancy a Christmas illuminated by the most famous waterfalls in the world, visit Canada and enjoy the experience of a lifetime.
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