Rocky Mountaineer Holiday
Spirit bears, mighty mountains, wild whales and more maple syrup than your pancakes can handle: a Rocky Mountaineer holiday is the epitome of adventure. It is a unique way to experience the Rockies in Western Canada. From the panoramic views that come with SilverLeaf Service, to the fully domed roof and unrivalled hosting of the two-tier GoldLeaf Service, Rocky Mountaineer trains can show you the sights of Vancouver and the mountains beyond with style and grace. And let's not forget the fine dining – meals onboard are inspired by the surroundings, prepared using fresh, local ingredients and the presentation is simply exquisite – a feast for the eyes. The epic journey does all this while showcasing the best British Columbia and Alberta has to offer: think chugging past thunderous waterfalls, embarking on day trips in Yoho, Banff and Jasper National Parks, and staying in some of the most luxurious hotels in the region.
Experience Western Canada onboard Rocky Mountaineer from £2785pp
9 Days from£ 2,785 pp
Tailor this journey
11 Days from£ 2,799 pp
Tailor this journey
Ride Rocky Mountaineer your way
Here at Flight Centre we have created a tailor-made holiday range called Journeys, offering you everything you could want for your trip to Western Canada. Our expertly-crafted Rocky Mountaineer Journey will turn you into a real western explorer; not only will you experience two days in the lap of luxury, gazing out into the Canadian wilds from the comfort of your seat, but you’ll also be guided through Jasper, Banff and Yoho National Parks, take the ultimate road trip along the world-famous Icefields Parkway, and gain a whole new perspective of the Rockies in a helicopter flightseeing tour. Our Canada Experts can also tailor make our range of Western Canada Journeys to incorporate some time onboard a Rocky Mountaineer train – the choice is yours.
Choose from Rocky Mountaineer SilverLeaf and Rocky Mountaineer GoldLeaf Services
Rocky Mountaineer SilverLeaf Service
Rocky Mountaineer’s SilverLeaf Service offers custom-designed, single-level glass domed coaches. Benefit from dedicated onboard hosts serving hot meals at your seat, as well as a fully-inclusive bar service throughout your journey.
Rocky Mountaineer GoldLeaf Service
The custom-designed, bi-level, glass-domed GoldLeaf Service coach puts you right in the middle of the awe-inspiring scenery of the Canadian Rockies. Take in dazzling vistas upstairs, and enjoy delicious meals downstairs – created to order from the onboard culinary team – as well as enjoying exclusive access to the outdoor vestibule. Rocky Mountaineer’s GoldLeaf Service is quite simply, as good as it gets.
Design your own bespoke Journey
If our Rocky Mountaineer Journey isn't for you, Flight Centre and Rocky Mountaineer can create a holiday that is. Rocky Mountaineer offers four different routes to choose from, all of which can be included in a tailor-made holiday package to suit your requirements. And don't be fooled by the name: Rocky Mountaineer isn't just about the Rockies, there are plenty of routes across Western Canada, and further afield:
- Incorporate stops in Whistler and Quesnel on the Rainforest to Gold Rush route to Jasper
- Spend some time State-side on the Coastal Passage trip, which starts in Seattle
- Ride the rails from Vancouver to Banff on the First Passage to the West route (part of our classic Rocky Mountaineer Journey)
- Take the Journey through the Clouds from Vancouver to Jasper
And let’s not forget Kamloops – many of our Rocky Mountaineer routes stop-off in this charming city. Book a Journey that overnights here and you’ll get the chance to experience Western Canada at its most unusual: temperatures have been known to soar to 40ᵒC here and in the nearby canyons.
Rocky Mountaineer Holiday Ideas and Advice
Inspired to embark on a Rocky Mountaineer train journey across Western Canada? Our Travel Experts know all there is to know about the impeccable service, phenomenal five-star dining and incredible sights you'll see onboard – find out more about the experience with our Rocky Mountaineer travel blogs below: