If you were given the chance to travel around the world and only spend $50 a day, do you think you could pull it off? You may be defeated in various destinations, but in others it is truly possible to only spend $50 a day and have the vacation of your life. In Niagara Falls this may seem like a far stretch as anywhere you walk into in the main tourist spots of Niagara Falls everywhere seems to jack up their prices just so they can make a few extra dollars. But you can rid yourself of going into debt after your vacation to Niagara Falls by following simple, yet unique ways to make it on $50 a day in Niagara Falls.
If you were given the chance to travel around the world and only spend $50 a day, do you think you could pull it off? You may be defeated in various destinations, but in others it is possible. In Niagara Falls this may seem like a far stretch as any place you stop at seems to jack up their prices, as it is a tourist area. But you can rid yourself of going into debt after your vacation by following simple, unique ways to make it on $50 a day in Niagara Falls. First things first, get out of the touristy areas, and secondly look out for free activities.
So here it goes, are you ready to only spend $50 a day in Niagara Falls? I will show you have to make it happen, don’t worry you will be enjoying all that Niagara Falls has to offer, all keeping in mind you are saving a whole lot of loo today.
As you wake up and wonder how your going to pull this off, hop into your car, drive to Tim Hortons (which in the Niagara Region is located at a multitude of corners) and order a coffee and breakfast sandwich. Total cost of your breakfast doesn’t even put a dent into your spending limit, just a mere $4.22 for the delicious warm coffee and tasty breakfast sandwich. As you drive back, stop at the Niagara River to enjoy a little piece and quite. Bring a book or Frisbee here and watch as the many early morning risers are out for their daily walk or run. Seeing as you are at the Niagara River a free activity to partake in here is to walk through the Niagara Gorge. So when your stomach is nice and full from the coffee and breakfast sandwich its time to burn some calories for free. The gorge is a beautiful walk that can be done within a couple of hours.
After the long, scenic walk along the Niagara River you stomach may be getting a little hungry again, not to worry I have it all under control. Drive on over to Frijoles on Portage Road where you will score a burrito for around $10. If you are cost, and environmentally conscious person you will have a reusable water bottle throughout today so you don’t have to wrack up your spending habits on plastic water bottles.
When your done diving into that delicious burrito a little adventure awaits you. Head on down to Niagara Falls, walk along the Falls and take traditional photos then head on down to the Maid of the Mist. An adult fair is $16.50, bringing your total thus far to $30.72. After you succumb to the whole tourist adventure of The Maid of the Mist you may want a coffee stop, this time Starbucks. Grab a coffee there for around $3.00.
As you enjoy your coffee and walk the length of Clifton Hill and surrounding areas you stomach is probably growling again, have no fear as a delicious meal awaits you at Betty’s Restaurant. Located in Chippewa Betty’s is known for her fish and chips dish, which is only $11.99. So to finish off the night and celebrate the fact that you only spent $50 today grab a pint of a domestic beer, just $3.79 and lone and behold you have made it.
Spending $50 a day in Niagara Falls couldn’t be anymore fun then the day you just partook in, go ahead try spending $50 a day everyday while in Niagara Falls, I know you can do it.