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Grand Canyon Railway
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Travel Packages & Tours
Canyon Discovery Plus
4 days / 3 nights

TOUR INCLUDES:

Two nights at the Grand Canyon Railway hotel in Williams, Arizona.
Round trip train from Williams to the Grand Canyon.
Narrated 90 minute motorcoach rim tour.

Two Breakfasts and Dinner buffets at the Grand Depot Café Restaurant in Williams.

One night at the Maswik Lodge at the South Rim.
Itinerary

Williams, Arizona
Check in at the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel anytime after 3pm. The hotel is owned and operated by the Railway and features an indoor pool and spa, workout room, and Spenser's Lounge. Enjoy dinner at Railway's own Grand Depot Café Restaurant (adjacent to the hotel and depot) as you spend your evening in Williams. Take a stroll down Route 66, just two blocks south of the depot.



Williams to Grand Canyon
Start your day with a buffet style breakfast at Grand Depot Café Restaurant. Afterwards, it's time for an old-fashioned Wild West Shootout between the Cataract Creek Gang and the Marshal. As you depart Williams for the Grand Canyon, you'll travel the same 65-mile rail line that passengers first traversed more than a century ago. Enjoy the scenery as the elevation changes during the 2 hour and 15 minute trip.


Once you depart your train at the historic Grand Canyon Village you will board a comfortable motorcoach for a ninety minute tour of the South Rim. This tour is narrated, and travels an area that only buses can go.

 

Upon returning to the village, you will have approximately 25 hours to enjoy Grand Canyon National Park, where you’ll find many activities to choose from. Most of the buildings at the South Rim were built by the railroad, including the El Tovar Hotel  in 1905. Along the rim, you'll find historic sites, places to eat and shop, and of course, some of the most breathtaking views you'll ever see. Enjoy the peacefulness of the evening and a Grand Canyon sunset.

Grand Canyon to Williams
Enjoy a morning of leisure and sightseeing at the South Rim, then relax in the comfort of the train as you head to Williams, for your night of the trip. Dinner is included at the Grand Depot Café.

 

Williams
Enjoy a final breakfast at Grand Depot Café, then it's off to your next destination. This concludes your Canyon Discovery adventure. .

Tariff

Valid through 2018

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Prices shown are per person, based on occupany

 

Occupancy

Winter

Jan 4 - Feb 26

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Spring

Feb 27 - Apr 10

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Peak

Apr 11 - Aug 16

Nov 7 - Jan 3

Fall Season

Aug 17 - Nov 6

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1 Adult
$559 per adult
$655 per adult
$706 per adult
$681 per adult
2 Adults
$353 per adult
$407 per adult
$433 per adult
$408 per adult

Children

$103 per child
$103 per child
$103 per child
$103 per child
 

 

Every room has two queen size beds and can accommodate up to 5 people per room. Accordingly, we will automatically book the number of rooms needed to keep you under the 5 person per room limit. Additionally, while every attempt will be made to accommodate you at the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel, alternate hotels may be used. Children rates apply between the ages of 2 - 15. Kids under 2 travel for free without a seat.

 

Prices are per person based on occupancy. Taxes and National Park entrance fees are NOT included in the base fares listed above.

 

Price, itinerary and terms are subject to change without notice

Upgrades: Please click on the links below for information about the different classes on the train. Upgrades are tabulated per paying passenger. Infants (under 2) are free. Taxes are not included.
Coach
Included
First
$75
Dome
$105

Parlor
$140

Please contact us at:
Info@railsnw.com

 
Grand Canyon Railway Adventures

Come join us this year on one of our many exciting trips or tours to South Rim of the mighty Grand Canyon.

 

Given how quickly trains and packages book up, we recommend making your reservations as far in advance as possible.

 
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