Road & Rail

Rocky Mountaineer celebrates 30th birthday with exclusive offer

Sponsored by Rocky Mountaineer

Since 1990, Rocky Mountaineer has hosted more than two million guests from around the world. And in 2020, the luxury train company celebrates 30 breathtaking years.

Booking a trip with Rocky Mountaineer means sending your clients on a once-in-a-lifetime journey, granting them access to otherwise inaccessible regions of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.

Home to alpine lakes, diverse wildlife and extraordinary wilderness, the Rocky Mountains are a gem best cut and sampled by the experts – Rocky Mountaineer.

Whether taking in sky-high peaks, experiencing fine dining on board or witnessing roaming wildlife from the comfort of one of the rail company’s all-dome train cars, guests have sampled the best the region has to offer.

To celebrate its 30th anniversary and to welcome the future, Rocky Mountaineer is offering guests up to three free gifts – one hotel night, one transfer and one dinner – per booking on qualifying 2020 Rocky Mountaineer packages.

Valued up to $900, the offer can be redeemed on trips of eight days and seven nights or more, in Goldleaf or Silverleaf service.

See the Rocky Mountains from a different point of view, in comfort and prestige.

Alternatively, your clients can add up to two free gifts per booking on packages of five to seven days, with qualifying 2020 Rocky Mountaineer packages, in Gold or SilverLeaf service.

This offer ends 7 February 2020. For more information, click HERE.

Travel professionals can also learn to sell Rocky Mountaineer with confidence by signing up and completing its online agent training program, TRACKS.

Complete the program to become a Rocky Mountaineer specialist and receive access to the company’s travel agent discount program, access to ‘Learning Journeys’ (travel agent familiarisation tours) and more.

Click HERE to learn more about TRACKS or start your training now.


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