When it comes to 2020, I don’t think anyone might have guessed at how this year ultimately played out. And while many hurdles have been overcome, there are also so many incredible moments and memories to be grateful for – and some yet to be made just in time yet for the holiday season. You could say that there are all those beautiful lights to be enjoyed at the end of the tunnel that is this year.
For those of you wanting a few reminders, here are just SOME of my favourite moments with some of my absolute favourite people
In celebration of the ability of many Ontario residents being able to travel – and while the four of us respectively wait to do until when Toronto is allowed to safely based on health recommendations and current restrictions – I simply had to tell you about how I am looking forward to celebrating the holidays this year with Canada’s Largest FREE Outdoor Light Festival presented by @niagarafallstourismcanada.
For those of you thinking about a trip to Niagara who live in areas that are deemed safe to travel, Canada’s largest FREE outdoor light festival transforms Niagara Falls into a winter wonderland with 3 million lights and dazzling displays that decorate the Niagara Parkway, Dufferin Islands and streets across the city.
Everyone needs a little sparkle and good cheer this holiday season. The 2020/21 festival features more than 10 new, larger-than-life light displays, including:
– 19ft tall moose family
– 16ft tall polar bear and her cub
– Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer
– Giant Gingerbread House
– Castle and Unicorn
With no cost of admission, and all displays located outdoors in open spaces, what better way to light up the end of the year than by enjoying an experience with options for physical distancing, surrounding yourself and your loved ones with inspiring, bright displays of happiness, hope and cheer.
Learn more at www.WFOL.com
While there is much more to see and do in Niagara Falls all year long like I’ve been sharing (click here for even more ways to enjoy), I assure you that this Holiday experience will make every member of your bubble buddies happy.
Stay tuned when we are allowed to visit the festival and share IRL, and for those of you able to do so safely, make sure to join in on the social media conversation by following and tagging @niagarafallstourismcanada and @winterfestivaloflights on Instagram and Facebook.
For more information on how and when you can plan your trip to The Niagara Region, make sure to follow their social media accounts above and consult www.niagarafallstourism.com
For more behind the scenes of this and other amazing brands we are working with around the world, make sure to follow along with the #DoTheDaniel Instagram account. I would love to have you join on my adventures.
Photos & Information: Niagara Falls Tourism, Daniel Reyes & All Social Media accounts listed above
Don’t forget to be kind & laugh a little more this year
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