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CANADIAN ROCKIES & ALASKA WITH THE QUEEN
For June 2023, indulge in a one-time special holiday that combines in one stylish and relaxed journey two places on everyone's bucket list: Alaska's Inside Passage including stunning Glacier Bay and the majestic Canadian Rockies, both at the perfect time of the year.
GLIDING ON THE RAILS
As you might expect, a company founded on classic train travel has some pretty exceptional offerings as well.
Our very own ‘Great Western Limited’ provides classic Streamliner era train travel throughout the Western United States and only Uncommon Journeys offers this, the last remaining non-Amtrak overnight service in America. With comfortable Pullman sleeping cars, a observation lounge-dining car with a seat for every passenger, elegant dining (all meals, wines & spirits aboard are included ) and grace notes like fresh flowers and afternoon tea, there is no finer way to see America.
Looking north, we offer Via Rail Canada, Canada’s superb passenger rail service on a range of itineraries between Quebec and British Columbia including the last great train in North America, Via Rail’s superb domeliner ‘Canadian’ to or from the Canadian Rockies as well as, a few times a year, the entire Toronto to Vancouver passage aboard the ‘Canadian’ for those that love train travel.
Looking south, we offer what is, without doubt, the finest tour by train through Mexico’s awe-inspiring Copper Canyon over the Chihuahua al Pacifico Railroad, an epic engineering marvel. Our program here is without equal, beginning in El Paso and traveling west over the railroad with more time IN the Copper Canyon than anyone else provides. And after the Copper Canyon, two indulgent nights in a beachfront resort on the Sea of Cortez before our program ends in Tucson.
We even offer a few short trips a year by vintage train like our Royal Canadian Holiday with Queen Mary 2 that offers a rare observation lounge-dining car passage aboard the Maple Leaf Special to Niagara Falls. Regardless of the trip you choose, there is simply no company in the country with more knowledge or experience about train travel. All Aboard.