Niagara Nature Tours has a history of success
and community involvement in the Niagara Region

Of course, some of
Niagara's wonders were
discovered long ago.....

"It is very important to us that we let the people know we are local, and we were born and raised here or educated here. People come away knowing that we are of the Niagara Peninsula and that we want to protect if for future generations and Mother Earth - that even though it's not Costa Rica or the Galapogas, it still has wild areas and ecosystems worth protecting and enhancing.
We think we are exciting and challenging peoples imaginations. One memorable day, at the end of a two-day tour for public school students and parents, an emotional father came and thanked each of our guides. He said that although he had been to Niagara Falls many times in his life, he had "never been to Niagara Falls."

Niagara Nature Tours contributes to Music World Camp. Volunteers for Music World camp hosted by local musicians for budding young musicians.
...but not all of them!

The Richmond Street Forest
Helping to slow the urban sprawl
We also volunteer for many not for profit organizations such as the Niagara Peninsula Hawkwatch Children's Programme; local museums for special event days and the Lincoln Alternative Transportation Committee.
The owner Carla Carlson, is a founder and member of the Friends of the Richmond Street Forest, a group dedicated to saving a local Carolinian Forest.
Niagara Nature Tours stays in touch with other local events to help you stay in touch.
Therefore we go to places that only the locals usually know about including restaurants, fruit stands and other areas - restaurants, farm-markets, and other "secret places."

Affiliations and positions of NNT
‘Niagara's Outdoors', discover its secret places.
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