Canada Train Vacations
There is no better way to experience the best of Canada than by train. Discover coastal cities like the “Gateway to Alaska,” Vancouver. Admire the awe-inspiring beauty of the Canadian Rockies with its alpine towns and acclaimed National Parks, Jasper and Banff. Visit cosmopolitan cities like Toronto and Ottawa. Delight in the culture and cuisine of Montreal. Uncover the natural wonders of the Maritimes including Halifax’s Lunenberg and Mahone Bay.
Whether your travels take you on an overnight journey aboard premier sleeper trains or on an all-daylight rail adventure deep into parts of the country inaccessible by any other mode of transportation, a Canada rail tour includes travel aboard iconic trains featuring comfortable onboard accommodations and delicious meals as you travel to the country’s must-see destinations.
With close to 100 train vacations in Canada, your choices can include rail through the Canadian Rockies, a rail-cruise combination package, or cross-Canada rail adventures.
Canadian Train Vacations
Coast Starlight with Seattle, Victoria & Vancouver 9 days from $1615
Experience the “Best Coast” on this independent rail journey from Los Angeles to British Columbia.
Departs from November 2015 to March 2017.
Coastal Passage Western Explorer - Seattle to Calgary 10 days from $4742
This popular rail vacation from Vancouver to Jasper, Lake Louise, and Banff just got better with the inclusion of the Coastal Passage from Seattle along the Pacific Coast to Vancouver.
Eastern Canada Rail & Cruise 15 days from $
Your perfectly-planned rail-cruise combination tour takes you from the historic city of Boston to Canada's Cultural Capital of Montreal by sea, infusing your travels with unique sightseeing to historically significant landmarks along the way.
Excursion to the Canadian Rockies - Vancouver to Calgary 5 days from $
See the best of the Canadian Rockies on this 5-day rail adventure combining cosmopolitan fun with spectacular natural beauty from Vancouver to Calgary.
Departs from May 2016 to December 2017.