Package Full-Day NOTL eBike Tour + 1h Segway Tour

Sample Local Wines and Cider

Save by purchasing 2 attractions at once

Ride a Segway i2 or X2

Enjoy a Guided E-Bike Wine Tour & a 1h Segway Tour

With this value package, you will be able to discover two landmarks of the region, the beautiful downtown of Niagara-on-the-Lake and its many wineries, and the Welland Canal. The Full Day Ebike tour will take you to three different wineries and one Cider House. During the 1h Segway tour, you will ride along the Welland Canal, a masterpiece of engineering which allows the boats to travel from LakeErie to Lake Ontario though a system of locks.

Note that the Segway tour must be booked independently. Please contact Niagara Segway to book a day and time.

Highlights

Enjoy guided tours to three local premium wineries and one Cider house

Learn about and sample local wine and cider at the different vineyards’ private tastings.

Enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch surrounded by local wineries.

Ride on a Segway i2 or X2

Discover the Welland Canal

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Trip Details

Trip Details
Price

$199 per adult (between 19 and 75 years old) + tax


Departure time

11 AM for the Ebike Tour.

Please contact Niagara Segway in advance to book your Segway Tour.

niagara.segway@gmail.com

The Segway Tour must be booked at a different day and time and takes place at a another location about 15min away.


Meeting point

Ebike Tour:

Ironwood Cider House -1425 Lakeshore Road, Niagara-on-the-Lake

Segway Tour:

St. Catharines Museum & Welland Canals Centre– 1932 Welland Canals Parkway, St. Catharines, ON L2R 7K6

The Segway Tour must be booked at a different day and time.

These 2 locations are about 15 min away from each other.

At both places, you will meet on your guide on the main Parking Lot.


Availability

Monday to Sunday from spring to fall (May 23rd – October 31st) any tours outside this date range needs to be made by appointment only, contact us to plan a winter tour.


Duration

5 to 6 hours for the Ebike Tour

1 hour for the Segway Tour


Group size

2-8 persons


Participation requirements

All guests must be aged 19 and over


Included

Ebike Tour

  • Electric Bikes
  • Helmet (mandatory)
  • Friendly Local Guide
  • Entrance fees
  • 3 to 4 wine or cider samples at each winery
  • Picnic Lunch

Segway Tour

  • Segway i2 or X2
  • Helmet (mandatory)
  • Friendly Local Guide

What to bring

Bring extra water, comfortable clothes and shoes, sunglasses and sunscreen


Tour staff

1 friendly, local guide


Good to Know
  • Must have a good sense of balance (Segway and Ebike).
  • Must be comfortable riding an Ebike on paved roads and gravel.
  • Must be comfortable riding an Ebike at 25km/h.
  • Must be able to stand up for a long period of time (Segway)
  • Must be less than 250lbs (Segway and Ebike).
Overview

Our town is the perfect place to discover some great wines and enjoy some quality time outside with mother nature while admiring beautiful architecture in Downtown Niagara-on-the-Lake. Make the most of a weekend visiting the Falls and get to know what else the area has to offer. Our electric bike wine tours are an eco-friendly way to explore the town and wineries. With our electric bikes, you can sip a variety of samples without worrying about being too tired to cycle home. Our experienced, local guides will take you around three wineries and one cider house. You’ll indulge in a tasting at each stop while learning all about the art of turning the grape into your favorite alcoholic beverage.

If you are looking for a full day, laid-back experience, this is the tour for you. With a mix of premium wine tastings, Picnic Lunch and visit of Downtown Niagara-on-the-Lake, this tour has it all! During that that day, we will leisurely cover about 20km of scenic roads, never too far from Lake Ontario or the Niagara River.

 

Segways are easy to learn and super fun! Discover the Welland Canal on this 1 hour tour and about 5km long. The flat and straight path is perfect for beginners who want to experience a Segway. Along the way you will learn about this canal and its system of locks allowing the big boats to be lifted up and put down between the Great Lakes.

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