The southern U.S. is known for its deep history, antebellum architecture, and, above all else, charm. A rail vacation to the southern US can include trips that celebrate America’s musical history with stays in Memphis and New Orleans, tours of some of the country’s great Presidential Libraries, packages to special annual events like the Albuquerque Balloon Festival, or vacations to one of the Natural Wonders of the World, the Grand Canyon.
Trips to the south U.S. also include a selection of rail and river cruise and train to ocean cruise vacations which join well-planned rail packages with a refreshing cruise—either down the Mississippi River to New Orleans aboard a restored steamboat or a through the Panama Canal or Western Caribbean waters aboard a state-of-the-art ocean liner.
Train Tours to Southern USA
Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta by Rail 9 days from $2399
Visit Albuquerque’s 44th annual International Balloon Fiesta and watch as hundreds of hot air balloons are launched to New Mexico’s sky. Additional highlights include visits to Arches and Mesa Verde National Parks, a journey aboard the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, and a tour of historic Santa Fe.
Departs from September 2015 to September 2015.
Grand Canyon Railway Rails to the Rim Adventure - Chicago 6 days from $995
Visit one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World on this exciting rail adventure.
Grand Canyon Railway Rails to the Rim Adventure - Los Angeles 4 days from $698
The Grand Canyon awaits on this spectacular Rails to the Rim vacation.
Chicago, Memphis, New Orleans & Los Angeles by Rail 11 days from $2124
Soul-capturing music, fantastic cuisine and great entertainment for the whole family lie ahead on this cross-country journey from Chicago, Illinois to Los Angeles, California.
Departs from April 2015 to October 2015.
Chicago, New Orleans, Washington DC, New York City - Eastbound 12 days from $2419
Combine travel aboard 3 renowned rail routes with visits to Chicago, New Orleans, Washington DC, and New York City for a memorable vacation through the Midwest, Deep South, and east coast.