Train Vacation Type
The hallmark of any Vacations By Rail package is travel aboard the world’s iconic trains. And the destinations can be limitless! Whether you know where you want to go or you’re in the early stages of your vacation planning, browse by tours by vacation type to find the perfect package for you.
See our full-collection of fall foliage tours or our extensive collection of National Park tours throughout North America. Perhaps you want the best of both of worlds on your next vacation with travel by train and ship. Search an assortment of vacations that include train and ocean cruises as well as train and river cruises. Or maybe you’re looking for suggestions based on a specific season or special event.
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Train Vacation Types
Great Parks of the Southwest featuring the Grand Canyon 11 days from $2595
Discover the scenic southwestern U.S. on this 11-day rail tour through Canyon Country.
Departs from May 2017 to September 2018.
Mt. Rushmore, the Badlands, & Yellowstone 11 days from $2799
Saddles, Stetsons, Buffalo and more greet you on this 11-day Wild West Adventure! Be awestruck by the scenery of Grand Teton, Yellowstone, and Badlands National Parks, relive the stories of the old West in Cody and Deadwood, marvel at the sight of Mount Rushmore, and be exhilarated on an off-road Jeep Safari. Your adventure awaits!
Departs from June 2017 to September 2017.
National Parks & Big Sky Country 12 days from $2969
Your 12-day adventure through Big Sky Country includes the best of the Old West with visits to Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park, Big Sky Country and Yellowstone National Park, the Wild West town of Cody, and Glacier National Park. Formally National Parks of the Wild West.
Departs from August 2017 to August 2017.
New Orleans Holiday & The Spirit of the Antebellum South 11 days from $2410
Aboard the festive American Queen riverboat. On this elegant river cruise, you’ll discover the traditions of the Cajun and Creole cultures and experience what remains of the grand Antebellum South.
Departs from February 2017 to December 2017.