Niagara Falls Festival of Lights

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$499.00

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Niagara Falls Festival of Lights
December 7 - 9, 2014
$499 Double, $579 Single, $479 Triple, $469 Quad

The Niagara Falls Festival of Lights is a magnificent holiday display on the falls. The lights and the music of Daniel O'Donnell and the Oak Ridge Boys will ring in the holiday season.

Niagara Falls Festival of Lights

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Various vehicles gather passengers so that no one is inconvenienced by long motorcoach pick-up routes.

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$499.00

Itinerary

Niagara Falls Festival of Lights
December 7 - 9, 2014
$499 Double, $579 Single, $479 Triple, $469 Quad

We recommend optional Travel Insurance for this tour. Please ask for a brochure.

Sunday, December 7
Beautiful landscapes of winter will glide by as we ride in safety and comfort to our destination for the next two nights in Niagara Falls, Canada.  Our lodging will be at the Radisson Fallsview. Dinner this evening will be at a local Niagara restaurant. Following dinner we will drive by the falls to see the Festival of LightsD

Monday, December 8
Breakfast at our hotel will start our day before a tour of the Niagara Falls area.  Lunch will be on your own before our afternoon performance by Daniel O’Donnell. Dinner will be on your own before the evening performance of the Oak Ridge BoysB

Tuesday, December 9
After a full breakfast at the hotel, we will depart for home.  Fond memories of a delightful and entertaining winter getaway will keep us warm as we travel home for a later evening arrival.  B

Please Note:  A passport is required for ALL travel between the U.S. and Canada.

If you are bringing children on the tour other than your own, Customs requires that you have a registered letter of approval from their parents.

Payment Schedule:

A deposit of $100 per person is due within 14 days of booking in order to confirm a seat on this tour. Final payment is due September 29, 2014.

Cancellation Policy (if not buying Trip Insurance):

Due to strict payment schedules and cancellation policies, the deposit becomes non-refundable after August 25, 2014.

Cancellation/Interruption Protection:

Because of cancellation penalties incurred, Perkiomen Tours strongly recommends the purchase of cancellation/interruption insurance.  We do assist our travelers who might wish to purchase travel protection by providing insurance information/brochures.  Of course, you are free to select other insurance sources if you choose to do so.  Any insurance coverage purchased is an agreement between the traveler and the insurance company.  All conditions of coverage(s) are dependent upon the specific policy of your selected insurance company.  Please be aware of any eligibility requirements for coverage pertaining to pre-existing conditions prior to paying your trip deposit.