One reason why we don't see many millennials, or even Canadians for that matter, riding the train is because it's pretty expensive. Right now, you can score major savings on Rocky Mountaineer tours. This is a great opportunity to see a side of Canada you've always wanted and to take a multi-day train journey like no other!
A tour on the Rocky Mountaineer is a truly luxurious Canadian experience. It's the world's largest privately owned luxury tourist train! They offer over 65 exclusive vacation packages for guests to explore Western Canada and the Pacific North West like never before.
You'll get $300 off a three-night journey (2019 Classic Journey) or get $500 in added value to any booking five-nights or longer. Both of these promotions only work for select travel dates and you have to ask for the promotional deal when you book.
One of the most popular packages that are eligible for this deal is their First Passage to the West that runs from Vancouver to Banff. This legendary and historic route connected Canada from East to West. The Rocky Mountaineer is the only passenger train that runs on this rail, so it's a truly unique experience! The seats are beyond comfortable and the gourmet food onboard is 1000% better than airplane food!
One thing that makes Rocky Mountaineer trips totally unforgettable are those magical enclosed-glass train cars! You can see the majestic Canadian landscape all around you. Basically, every seat is a window seat! This unique setting means that your Instagram photos are going to be totally unreal. You will get a chance to see incredible mountains, breathtaking canyons, and the famous Spiral Tunnels.
If you love trains and luxury travel, then treat yourself with this great deal on Rocky Mountaineer tours! They're perfect for anniversaries, birthdays and family getaways and it's kind of relaxing to not need a passport for an amazing travel experience. Check out their website for more details on their promos and to book your tour! Prices for these packages vary. Book before January 31st to cash in on the savings.