Following a busy year of Canada 150 celebrations, Canadians who may have been deterred from travelling in their own backyard can now reclaim local vacation spots with up to $800 per couple in added value credit on qualifying 2018 packages.
Canada’s 150th celebrations certainly made 2017 an attractive year for overseas travellers with free admission to national parks and historic sites, and ongoing community celebrations.
In fact in June of this year alone, Canada saw an eight per cent overall increase in international arrivals, a total of 2,583,823 visitors, as reported by Destination Canada.
In addition, the country is on par to see a 5.3% increase in U.S. visitors over the year. Canadian who have avoided travelling among the steady influx of tourists over 2017 can use Rocky Mountaineers 2018 Peaks and Perks offer to reconnect to Canada without the crowds.
The offer can be applied toward add-ons including more Rocky Mountaineer routes, extra hotel nights, activities and tours, car rentals, or an Alaskan cruise. Guests booking qualifying packages of eight days or more in GoldLeaf or SilverLeaf Service will receive $400 per adult, and those booking packages of five to seven days will receive $250 per adult.
Travellers can select from a variety of packages such as the Grand Rail Circle, which includes the First Passage to the West and Rainforest to Gold Rush routes.
For more, go to http://www.rockymountaineer.com .