Seniors are arguably the demographic most likely to take a vacation– they usually don’t work; have multiple sources of retirement income; and they often have a big family, meaning that they have relatives all over whom they can visit.
This slideshow will discuss ten trips, in no specific order, that are great for seniors– and possibly their families.
Niagara Falls is a spot with a ton of history behind it, which makes it great for seniors-- and perhaps their adult children and grandchildren. Niagara Falls is located on the border between the United States and Canada; it is most renowned for its beautiful waterfalls. (The waterfalls on the U.S. side are generally bigger, but those on the Canadian side are generally thought to behave with more of a flourish, meaning one should see both).
However, Niagara Falls also has many other selling points. The Maid of the Mist Boat Tour has been going since 1846, runs yearlong, and is only $17. If you travel to Niagara Falls in September, the Niagara Wine Festival is held, where one can visit booths and exhibitions for up to two dozen wineries. In winter, The Winter Festival of Lights is held, where fireworks, illumination and concerts take place.