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.
Canadian Train Vacations
Pacific Northwest Rail Journey 8 days from $
Canada's Pacific Northwest awaits you on this 8-day train tour that combines coastal cities, the Canadian Rockies, the lakes and prairies of central British Columbia, and two incredible trains.
Departs from August 2016 to September 2017.
Quebec to the Maritimes 6 days from $
From the sparkling French culture to the easygoing charm of Atlantic seaside towns, sun-drenched beaches to sparkling coves and miles of rugged shoreline guarded by graceful lighthouses - this is a delightful introduction to Quebec and the Maritimes.
Departs from September 2016 to October 2017.
Quebec to Toronto along the St. Lawrence Seaway 9 days from $3355
Connect two of Canada’s greatest cities by rail and cruise. Beginning in Quebec, cruise along the St. Lawrence River to Kingston where you will meet your VIA Rail train for the continued journey to Toronto.
Departs from July 2016 to September 2017.
Quebec-The Wilderness, Saguenay Fjord, Montreal and Quebec City 9 days from $2695
Set out on a tour of Montréal, Quebec City and more. Travel by train through the heart of the rugged Quebec wilderness between Montréal and Jonquière.
Departs from July 2017 to July 2017.