You Can Have The Most Surreal Summer Getaway On This Grand Canyon Train Ride
It's the best way to travel.
All aboard! If you're looking for an epic way to start your summer vacay, why not opt for a Grand Canyon Railway train ride? It'll be the getaway of a lifetime.
Right now, Grand Canyon Rail has summer getaway packages that let you escape the city and get some scenic downtime surrounded by nature.
The one night and two-day offer will get you a roundtrip train ride from Williams, Arizona, to Grand Canyon's South Rim, a night at the railway's hotel, and one breakfast and dinner at the Grand Depot Cafe.
That's not even the best part! Packages start at $358 for two people, so if you and your fling are splitting the cost, you only end upfor half.
The entrance fee of $35 to Grand Canyon isn't included in the cost, so that'll be added on once you checkout online.
It's a win-win for sure.
Departure times are at 9:30 a.m., and this summer package is available now through September 2, 2020.
Along the way, you'll get amazing views that make the perfect backdrop for photos, or sketches if you've got that artistic touch.
Of course, upgraded train ride seats are extra. The Luxury Dome, for example, has ample windows all around the car so that you feel immersed in thearound you.
But if you prefer to keep it simple, the package comes with the standard coach class ticket.
During your ride, you can indulge in a variety ofon the menu or simply catch up on your favorite book.
Once you reach the massive canyon, though, you'll be amazed at how it looks more like apainting than a real-life natural wonder.
This scenic trainis major travel goals and is the ultimate way to explore the state in style.
Summer Getaway Package At Grand Canyon Railway
When: Now - September 2, 2020
Address: 233 N. Grand Canyon Blvd., Williams, AZ
Why You Need To Go: You can escape the city and explore parts of the state by train.
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