Rocky Mountaineer extends EBB to Dec. 20

Rocky Mountaineer extends EBB to Dec. 20VANCOUVER — Rocky Mountaineer has extended its Early Booking Bonus, rewarding travellers who plan ahead for their 2014 vacation.

Up until Dec. 20, 2013, GoldLeaf Service bookings of seven nights or more receive $1,200 per couple in added value. The bonus credit further enhances Rocky Mountaineer vacations with options such as an Alaskan cruise, additional hotel nights, sightseeing tours or a Whistler Sea to Sky Climb rail journey.

“We are excited to provide our guests with an opportunity to make the most of their time in Western Canada,” says Hubert Wat, Vice President, Global Marketing of Rocky Mountaineer. “With 24 additional departure dates for our newest route, Coastal Passage and SilverLeaf Service departures on three different rail routes in 2014, there is a unique vacation package that will suit any traveller.”

One qualifying vacation package is the new Canadian Rockies Highlights and Coastal Passage,  onboard Rocky Mountaineer’s new Coastal Passage route between Seattle and the Canadian Rockies in either Goldleaf or SilverLeaf Service. To make their vacation even more memorable, clients can add a seven night Alaskan Cruise with either Norwegian Cruise Line or Holland America Line.

The Early Booking Bonus is only valid on new 2014 bookings, made from now until Dec. 20, 2013 with full payment at time of booking. The maximum added value of $1200 per couple can only be applied to bookings of seven nights or more in GoldLeaf Service, however, the Early Booking Bonus is also available on qualifying packages of four to six nights at $600 per couple in GoldLeaf Service. The new offer is also valid on Rocky Mountaineer’s SilverLeaf Service and RedLeaf Service at slightly reduced values.

For more information see rockymountaineer.com.