Rocky Mountaineer offers rail and sail experience through Western Canada, Alaska


Rocky Mountaineer, the largest privately owned luxury tourist train in the world, wants to help travelers and cruise enthusiasts cross two of Americans’ most desired destinations, the Canadian Rockies and Alaska, off their bucket lists with the ultimate rail and sail journey. To close out Wave Season, Rocky Mountaineer is extending its Stay & Play offer through March 29, 2018, so American travelers can receive up to $500 in added value, per couple, on its vacation packages, including those combined with an Alaska cruise.

Our luxury rail and cruise packages enable guests to combine two incredible journeys into one amazing vacation, so they can experience the very best by rail and by sea,” explained Deb Paulsen, vice president, guest experience. “From the glacier fjords in Alaska to the snow-capped mountain peaks of the Canadian Rockies, these vacation packages showcase the very best of the region.”

Available on qualifying 2018 package bookings of eight days or more, guests who book the Stay & Play offer can apply their added value to additional hotel nights, sightseeing tours, Alaska cruises and more. One eligible vacation package is the 12-day/11-night First Passage to the West Classic with Cruise, where two incredible days on board Rocky Mountaineer are combined with a seven-day Alaska cruise and a sightseeing tour in Vancouver.

About Rocky Mountaineer
Rocky Mountaineer is the world’s largest privately owned luxury tourist train and, since 1990, has welcomed more than two million guests to inhale the mountain air and let nature take their breath away. Guests can choose from over 65 vacation packages and four unique rail routes, which travel through iconic destinations such as Seattle, WA, Vancouver, B.C., and the majestic Canadian Rockies in Alberta. The unparalleled experience onboard the all domed fleet offers rich, historic storytelling, world class cuisine, and a first-hand look at the vast and untouched wild beauty of Western Canada and the Pacific Northwest.

Rocky Mountaineer is considered one of the best ways to see the Rocky Mountains, having received numerous international awards and accolades for service excellence. These honours include eight World Travel Awards for “World’s Leading Travel Experience By Train” and “World’s Leading Luxury Train,” and being listed as one of the world’s “Dream Trips” by Travel + Leisure magazine. With year-long celebrations planned for Canada’s 150th anniversary, and Lonely Planet naming Canada as the #1 Country in Best in Travel 2017, this is the ideal time to travel with Rocky Mountaineer and experience the country’s vast, awe-inspiring beauty.