Rocky Mountaineer

Rocky Mountaineer kicks off 2019 with two value promotions

Rocky Mountaineer is kicking off the new year with two value promotions.

Guests travelling with the Canadian rail-tour company can save £185 towards the cost of a trip or earn £300 towards an extra experience, activity or over-night stay.

The tour company is offering couples a saving of £185 on three-night journeys in GoldLeaf Service for new 2019 bookings made by January 31, 2019. Across two rail routes, couples can save £185 on a four-day 'Journey through the Clouds' or 'First Passage to the West' trips. 

Each route boasts breathtaking scenery, onboard dining, and exclusive customer service highlights on First Passage to the West, which travels between Vancouver and Banff or Lake Louise, include the Spiral Tunnels, Rogers Pass, Castle Mountain and Mount Rundle. Journey through the Clouds travels between Vancouver and Jasper and includes views of Pyramid Falls, Albreda Glacier, Yellowhead Lake and Mount Robson.

Couples will be gifted £300 to spend on an added value experience or stay, eligible on selected 2019 packages and departure dates, when they book a ticket before March 1. The credit, worth up to £300 per couple, can be redeemed when a couple books a minimum four-night Rocky Mountaineer package, and can be put towards booking a variety of luxurious add-ons including, extra hotel nights in Seattle, Vancouver or Calgary, routes as well as activities and tours.

With four exclusive daylight rail routes through Canada’s West scenery, the train’s glass-dome design gives guests unparalleled views of vast and untouched landscapes. Onboard hosts provide storytelling, highlighting glacier-capped mountains, waterfalls and wildlife. 

Bookings must be made by March 1, 2019 to qualify for the Stay and Play promotion.

Visit www.rockymountaineer.com to find out more.


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