Experience the scenic Niagara River and Niagara Gorge on a historic river boating adventure and feel the rush of the Devil's Hole white water rapids. Choose a wet deck or dry experience on this exciting 60-minute ride by specially designed jet boat.
What to Expect
Niagara Jet Adventures is a must-do white water and historic river boating experience when you’re in the Niagara area.
Enjoy views of the spectacular shorelines and the majestic waves of the Devil’s Hole class 5 white water rapids, and feel the thrill of entering the whirlpool on a 60-minute ride.
The boat skims just above the swift waters of the Niagara River Gorge, making hair-raising 360-degree spins for which the jet boats are specifically designed.
Your extreme tour boat is 33 feet in length, and features 3 separate power sources that in combination result in 1,650 horsepower. It’s been designed for comfort and safety in the Niagara River’s swirling torrents and white water rapids. All tour boats are U.S. Coast Guard certified and the experienced guides are trained in the world-class rapids of Hells Gorge, Idaho.
Tours are offered throughout the year, as long as there is no ice in the water.
The new tour boats are quieter and create less wake, making them more environmentally sensitive than the older-style boats that currently offer whirlpool tours.
You can stay dry in climate-controlled comfort, or get wet outside on a wet deck seat– it’s your choice. The options include 2 premium co-pilot seats, 20 interior seats, and 12 outside (wet) seats.
- Life jacket
- 60-minute thrilling tour (up the lower Niagara River through the Devils Hole rapids into the famous whirlpool and back to the dock)
- Changing and wash room facilities
555 Water Street, Youngstown NY (approximately 15 minutes from Niagara Falls)
What to Remember
Wet deck guests should bring a complete change of clothing. Note that this deck is not available in the colder season. Children must be a minimum of 40 inches tall, which is the average height of a 4-year-old.
Please note that this tour departs from Yongstown, New York in the United States.