Valleys & Peaks with Alaska Cruise
Rocky Mountaineer Rail & Coach Tour (15 Days / 14 Nights)
- 3-day fully narrated motorcoach tour
- 1 independent day in Banff
- 2-day Rocky Mountaineer train trip
- 7-night Glacier Bay Inside Passage Cruise, Verandah (GoldLeaf) or Ocean-View (SilverLeaf)
- 7 nights hotel accommodation
- 12 breakfasts, 8 lunches, 7 dinners
- Rail station transfers in Kamloops
- North Shore tour with Capilano Suspension Bridge and Grouse Mountain
- National Parks Pass
- Guided lakeshore excursion at Chateau Lake Louise
- Rocky Mountain coach & rail information package
- Services of a tour director
- Complimentary book of the Canadian Rockies6
TOUR RATES (2022)
This tour is conducted in English only by professional a professional tour guide, and by professional Rocky Mountaineer attendants.
We recommend booking your tour as soon as your plans are confirmed, since departure dates are quite popular and can fill up quickly. Essentially, book early to avoid disappointment!
Key West Travel does not offer individual pick-ups as our tour guests would like to depart Vancouver as scheduled. Usually, the tour departs from Hyatt Regency Downtown Vancouver (655 Burrard Street).
On the cruise portion, GoldLeaf accommodation means a Verandah Cabin, and SilverLeaf accommodation means an Oceanview Cabin. In the Rockies, SilverLeaf hotels are mountain lodge-style, while GoldLeaf hotels are resort-style. SilverLeaf accommodation is very clean and comfortable, and travellers will get their own private room and washroom. If you prefer GoldLeaf accommodation, be sure to book early as these hotels sell out quickly – availability is limited within 6 months of departure!
Gratuities are not included in the prices (unless indicated). On the cruise portion, Holland America will charge gratuities separately on your credit card. On the train and coach portion, gratuities will be at your discretion. While it is neither our place nor our wish to tell you how much to tip, gratuities in Canada are often given in recognition of service excellence.
This depends on the day. If you are travelling from Vancouver to Jasper or Banff, it will be a minimum of 10 hours. However, every 2-3 hours, you get out of the bus for mini breaks. During the sightseeing days, you will spend little time on the bus as you will be walking/sightseeing/hiking & etc.
“Excellent tour and saw amazing places and experienced lovely things. It met our needs of visiting the Rockies and was well priced for what it had offered. Well worth the money. Brad was very well spoken and knowledgeable with all the information he provided. He knew his information/history and provided us with all necessary information. Len was very friendly and professional one of the best drivers from a tour company we have experienced.”
Ronald & Amanda Mallia Swansea, NSW, Australia