Rocky Mountaineer train tours added for Cunard Alaska cruises

Monday, 23 Jan, 2023 0

Cunard is offering Alaska cruise guests a Rocky Mountaineer train experience.

Guests can extend their Alaska voyage with a three-night post-cruise Rocky Mountaineer package or a four-night tour before embarking in Vancouver.

The three-night option takes guests on an eastbound journey from Vancouver to Calgary.

The four-night tour goes the opposite direction.

Renowned for its GoldLeaf Service, Rocky Mountaineer offers an on board dining room and a full complimentary bar service.

Queen Elizabeth’s summer in Alaska offers an Insights Programme featuring Bear Grylls and other explorers.

Other highlights include the Alaska Afternoon Tea, the Ice White Ball and a new dining concept called Frontier, which serves Alaska cuisine.

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Learn more about :   Rocky Mountaineer ( N. America )     Rocky Mountaineer ( United Kingdom )     Cunard ( United Kingdom )  


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