There is only one month left for you to extend your Rocky Mountaineer rail journey through Western Canada with its Stay and Play offer. Until March 28th, 2013, bookings of seven or more nights will receive up to $800 CAD per couple in travel enhancements with options such as extra hotel nights, activities and meal plans. The added value can also be used towards an Alaskan cruise when booking one of several Rocky Mountaineer Rail and Cruise packages.
As one of the many packages eligible for the Stay and Play offer, the Western Explorer is a great option if you are looking for a journey of adventure and exploration. Stunning sights of snowcapped mountains and cascading waterfalls combined with exemplary service and luxurious surroundings ensure a lifetime of memories onboard the Rocky Mountaineer. You can begin or end your eight day journey with an exhilarating helicopter tour of the Canadian Rockies and also enjoy overnight stays in the destinations of Vancouver, BC, and Jasper, Lake Louise and Banff, AB.
The Stay and Play offer is available now until March 28th, 2013. The maximum added value of $800 CAD is applicable to new bookings of seven nights or more in GoldLeaf Service only. Other levels of service, RedLeaf and SilverLeaf, are also eligible for the Stay and Play offer at a reduced value. Further restrictions may apply.
For more information on the Stay and Play offer or to receive a copy of the 2013 Rocky Mountaineer brochure, please contact your local travel professional or Rocky Mountaineer directly at 00-11-1-800-665-7245, or visit rockymountaineer.com.
Rocky Mountaineer offers over 45 Canadian vacation packages and four unique rail routes, rich in history and natural wonders, through British Columbia and Alberta. In 2013, the company explores the marvels of the Pacific Northwest coastline with its new route, Coastal Passage. It signifies the Rocky Mountaineer's first time crossing borders, arriving and departing from Seattle, WA. This world-renowned, luxurious train travels by daylight through the wild beauty of Canada's West and is the best way to experience the majestic Canadian Rockies.