Uncommon Journeys Offers 13-Day Cross-Canada Trip by Luxury Train; Book by Sept 19 for Travel Bonus

Uncommon Journeys is taking reservations for a novel and exclusive train trip for Spring 2015, “Canadian Panorama” that combines a journey across Canada aboard one of the last classic passenger trains in North America, the legendary “Canadian,” a vista-dome train with dining cars under glassThis 13-day journey, offered only once, features a five-night visit to the Canadian Rockies in addition to deluxe hotel stays in Niagara Falls, Toronto and Vancouver, offering passengers the best of Canada and the Canadian Rockies.  Guests journey in comfort and elegance aboard the beautifully restored art deco splendor of the “Canadian.” complete with sightseeing, a tour manager, stylish dining, transfers.

The 13-day “Canadian Panorama” trip begin at $4,995 per person and guests who reserve by Sept. 19 will qualify for free Amtrak travel from any city in the country to Niagara Falls and for the special air travel add-on fare of $199.00 per person for travel to Niagara Falls from over 189 major U.S. cities.

The Uncommon Journeys adventure begins in Niagara Falls with an overnight stay at the Sheraton at the Falls, a choice location with plenty of free time for enjoying such a lovely setting.  Guests journey to Toronto the next day and enjoy a full day of sightseeing coupled with an overnight stay at the Four-Diamond rated Westin Harbour Castle with special welcome dinner at the stylish Canyon Creek Grill.  Guests then board the vista-dome liner “Canadian” at Toronto Union Station for a three-night journey west to Jasper in the Canadian Rockies.  Passengers are treated to superb “Silver & Blue”  first-class sleeping car accommodations, fine dining in the last real dining cars in North America (all meals on board are included), the famous “Park Car” with its upper level vista-dome, the round-end “Bullet Lounge” and the swank “Mural Lounge” for cocktails- a grand way to cross the continent.

At Jasper, guests have an overnight stay with visits to Maligne Lake and Maligne Canyon before a spectacular tour of the Rockies including the stunning Columbia Icefields Parkway from Jasper to Banff. Also included is the famed sno-coach ride atop Athabasca Glacier, a continued favorite among guests.  In Banff, guests are treated to the rare luxury of a four-night stay complete with sightseeing of Lake Louise,  brunch at the legendary Chateau Lake Louise,  seldom-visited Moraine Lake and a visit to the famed Banff Hot Springs.

The final stage of Uncommon Journey’s cross-Canada journey is a final night aboard the “Canadian” between Jasper and Vancouver with daytime viewing of the Rockies from the vista-dome cars- the most scenic way to tour this area.  Upon arrival in Vancouver guests enjoy an overnight stay at the Hyatt Regency Hotel with a city sightseeing tour and a special Farewell Dinner before traveling home by train or air.

The 13-day “Canadian Panorama” trip begin at $4,995 per person.  Guests who reserve by Sept. 19 qualify for free Amtrak travel from any city in the country to Niagara Falls and for the special air travel add-on fare of only $199.00 per person for travel to Niagara Falls from over 189 major U.S. cities.

For more information or reservations, visit www.uncommonjourneys.com or call 800-323-5893.

 

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