Rail Cruise in Canada
Embark on a Canada rail and cruise vacation and experience the best of both of both worlds: a rail vacation aboard one of Canada’s premier trains and a scenic and relaxing Alaska cruise.
Your train to cruise holiday begins with a Canada rail trip. Select the train experience you wish to have—an overnight rail journey or all-daylight train adventure—as the cornerstone of your package. You may wish to make the four night trip across five provinces from Toronto to Vancouver aboard VIA Rail’s Canadian, or spend time exclusively in the Canadian Rockies exploring the region’s National Parks and charming alpine hamlets with a one night journey from Jasper National Park to Vancouver aboard the Canadian. Alternately, you may elect to slow your pace and savor a two day all-daylight journey aboard the acclaimed Rocky Mountaineer as you travel through spectacular Canadian Rockies scenery from Banff to Vancouver.
Once in the coastal city of Vancouver, considered the “Gateway to Alaska,” embark on your cruise to must-see sights and destinations including the Tracy Arm fjord, Juneau, Skagway, Glacier Bay National Park and Ketchikan.
Canadian Rail and Cruises
Canada’s Rockies & Alaska Cruise 15 days from $
The best of the Canadian Rockies plus cruising Alaska's Inside Passage equals the ultimate scenic sightseeing adventure! Nothing beats a combination of train and coach travel through the heart of the Rockies, the raw beauty of Alaska's Inside Passage, and ample time at your leisure.
Departs from August 2016 to August 2017.
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.
Departs from May 2016 to September 2017.
Quebec to Toronto along the St. Lawrence Seaway 9 days from $
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.