Discover the Wonderous Grand Canyon by Train
Let the Grand Canyon Fill You With Awe
One of the world's most beloved attractions, Grand Canyon National Park never fails to dazzle its visitors. "The Grand Canyon fills me with awe. It is beyond comparison — beyond description; absolutely unparalleled through-out the wide world" — Theodore Roosevelt.
Discover endless activities and attractions within the park, including taking a hike around the canyon rim or into the canyon itself, embarking on a river trip, or taking in the breathtaking aerial views of the canyon on a helicopter tour.
Keep an eye open for wildlife, like bighorn sheep, bears and elk. And above all, don't forget to bring your camera. We have over 20 Grand Canyon rail vacation packages to choose from. Begin and end your journey from any of the 500 Amtrak train stations.
Some of our most popular:
This rail vacation allows you to discover the splendor of Grand Canyon National Park and all the beauty. Enjoy a stay at the South Rim, a Motorcoach Rim Tour, three meals included and more.
Board the Southwest Chief in Los Angeles and enjoy the picturesque scenery of the great American Southwest as you venture over to Arizona and then on to the Grand Canyon. Enjoy a steamliner train ride, a motorcoach rim tour, and three included meals.
This trip from Chicago to the Red Rocks of Sedona, and then on to the Grand Canyon is the perfect exploration. Destination stops include: Grand Canyon National Park - Flagstaff - Santa Fe - Sendona - Williams - Chicago. Several tours, meals and transfers are included.
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