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Sunset Cruise | Niagara Escarpment | Bruce Peninsula | Georgian Bay | PHOTOBLOG

Viewing the incredible Niagara Escarpment, with jutting cliffs, massive boulders, cobblestone beaches, plus the numerous caves and coves along the coastline, is a timeless experience.



We drove 6.5 hours, from Kingston to Tobermory, to arrive late in the afternoon. I always try to make the most of our time whenever we travel, so I had booked us two tickets for the Blue Heron Co.’s Sunset Cruise.

Spending a few hours taking in the incredible views of the Niagara Escarpment as the sun slowly descends, bathing the cliffs with orange and pinks light, was the best way to wrap up a long day on the road.

Big Tub Harbour, Tobermory

There wasn’t a large group embarking on the Glass-bottom boat as we were travelling mid-June while most schools were still in session. It was easy to find a spot at the front along the railing and before long, we were on our way.

Jutting peninsulas as far as the eye can see

Rocky shorelines and azure waters

Cobblestone Beaches

Massive Overhanging Cliffs of the Niagara Escarpment

Caves and Coves in the Cliff face

The return cruise starts here

Cruising into the Sunset

The cruise ended after the sun set, and we left the full moon hanging in our wake.

Take the non-stop Scenic Cruise to Big Tub Harbour to see shipwrecks, and then, it’s time for the tour around Flowerpot Island.


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