Tourists visiting Niagara Falls in Ontario recently captured an incredibly rare weather phenomenon from the revolving restaurant at the top of the Skylon Tower above Niagara. You won’t find a pot of gold at the end of this rainbow because it doesn’t have a visible end.

Usually, only pilots enjoy views of a full circle rainbow from the skies above, but tourists took a video of the rainbow for all to see this time. Because they were so high in the air, the tourists got to look down upon the water droplets that had refracted the sunlight, which created rainbows.

Normally, people only see rainbows from the ground up, which means they only get to see half of it, as the horizon essentially blocks the other half. So, this means all rainbows form perfect circles, but only a select few get to see them in their truest form.

To see the rainbow at Niagara Falls for yourself, watch this video below:

Have you ever witnessed a full circle rainbow before? Share with us in the comments below to let your friends see this!