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Travel to Great Heights with Rocky Mountaineer’s Peaks and Perks Offer

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Rocky Mountaineer recently launched its Peaks and Perks offer to encourage travelers to take their 2017 rail trip to the next level.http://www.rembrandtbkk.com/ Now until November 4, 2016, guests booking select 2017 Rocky Mountaineer packages will receive an added value of up to $600 per couple to enhance their experience with extra hotel nights, excursions, tours and more. Qualifying packages in both GoldLeaf and SilverLeaf Service of seven nights or more will receive a $300 bonus for each guest, and shorter packages of four to six nights will receive a $175 bonus for each guest.

One eligible vacation is Rocky Mountaineer’s “Northern Explorer” package on the updated Rainforest to Gold Rush route, where travelers will carve through the most breathtaking and varied rail scenery including stunning lakes of Banff National Park, desert-like conditions of Fraser Canyon, the vast Cariboo Plateau and the largest temperate rainforest in the world. Activities for this package includes a tour of Yoho Park and Icefields Parkway Tour in Banff, access to the Calgary Tower and a summit helicopter flightseeing tour.

In effect until November 4, 2016, the Peaks and Perks offer is applicable for select travel dates and must be requested at the time of booking. This offer has no cash value and other restrictions may apply. For more information about this offer and terms and conditions, please visit www.rockymountaineer.com.

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