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Alaska Rail And Cruise Packages Add Value, Adventure
Rocky Mountaineer is a rail line that offers over 45 Canadian vacation packages on four unique routes through British Columbia and Alberta, each rich in history and natural wonders. The luxurious train travels by daylight through the wild beauty of Canada's West and is a great way to experience the majestic Canadian Rockies either before or after an Alaska cruise.
Traveling eastbound or westbound on the Rocky Mountaineer, the all-daylight rail journey departs three times per week on both the First Passage to the West and the Journey Through the Clouds routes from the end of April until the beginning of October. The Rainforest to Gold Rush route runs from the middle of May until the end of September, as does the Whistler Sea to Sky Climb route.
Now, combining Rocky Mountaineer extensive experience on land with Holland America Line's experience at sea, comes a package that bundles it all.
Called Canadian Rockies Highlights & Coastal Passage with Pre-Tour Cruise - 2013, the package includes three days onboard the Rocky Mountaineer, a seven-night Holland America Alaskan cruise, eight dinners, eight lunches, nine breakfasts and five nights of hotel accommodation. Also included are Banff & Seattle tours, a Yoho Park tour and Helicopter Flightseeing.
The offer is simple: book a Coastal Passage rail/cruise trip by March 28 directly through Rocky Mountaineer and earn up to $1300 in credits toward the cruise portion, or extra hotel nights/restaurant meals along the train portion in cities like Seattle, Vancouver and Banff.
Want to know more about what travel via rail in the Rockies is like? Check this video:
[Photo Credit- Rocky Mountaineer]