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Rocky Mountaineer

Overview

Rocky Mountaineer

The world-renowned Rocky Mountaineer train celebrates its 25th anniversary this year with a limited offer if you book now for 2016.

Since 1990, it has carried almost 2 million guests into the heart of the famed Canadian Rockies in Western Canada, allowing them to enjoy delectable cuisine, exceptional service and stunning views of this most majestic area of Canada.

Every year from late April through to early October, people from around the world travel beyond mountain ranges, waterfalls, and snow-capped glaciers, capture bears, elk and eagles on camera, and listen in awe as Rocky Mountaineer’s gifted storytellers paint a verbal picture of the regions the train travels through. You can truly live it all, in real-time, and enjoy Rocky Mountaineer’s unwavering commitment to stellar service too. With luxurious surroundings, a gourmet culinary experience and some of the most stunning scenery in the world as the backdrop, the entire experience is second to none, and considered by many to be the only way to see the stunning Canadian Rockies.

Travelling along five different routes rich in culture, history and natural wonders, a Rocky Mountaineer journey has something for everyone. Visit the iconic destinations of Banff, Jasper & Lake Louise. Relax in the pacific coastal city of Vancouver, or discover the delights of Whistler and Victoria.

Canada Travel Specialists can combine a Rocky Mountaineer Rail journey with any number of options to build your perfect holiday. Our team have been lucky enough to travel on board Rocky Mountaineer, and so have first-hand experience which will help you get the most out of your holiday.

Availability is now very resticted for 2015. If you do wish to travel please contact us. If this amazing rail journey is on your bucket list for 2016 please let us know and we can advise you of our special Early Booking Offers!

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Speaking From Experience

About Rocky Mountaineer

Every year from late April through to early October , guests from around the world travel onboard the Rocky Mountaineer to experience the award-winning rail journey through Western Canada. With luxurious surroundings, a gourmet culinary experience and some of the most stunning scenery in the world as the backdrop, the entire experience is second to none. Roaming wildlife, tumbling waterfalls and snowcapped mountain peaks are just a few of the breathtaking sights along Rocky Mountaineer’s rail journeys, which are considered by many to be the only way to see the stunning Canadian Rockies.