Cruise & Rail

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3 NTS ON THE INDIAN PACIFIC TRAIN
Inside from £6,099pp (was £6,999)

Australia And New Zealand

  • 12 Mar 2020
  • 23 nights
  • Ship: Celebrity Solstice
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Sydney, Australia, Newcastle, Australia, Cairns (from Yorkeys Knob), Australia, Airlie Beach, Australia, Brisbane, Australia, Bay Of Islands, New Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand

Includes: Free drinks package*, free on board spend of up to $300*, three nights aboard the indian pacific train*, luxury hotel stays in perth, sydney & auckland*

BELMOND HIRAM BINGHAM TRAIN
Outside from £4,799pp (was £5,699)

Machu Picchu, Costa Rica & Peru

  • 02 Oct 2020
  • 14 nights
  • Ship: MS Roald Amundsen
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: San José, Costa Rica - Explore at your leisure, San José, Costa Rica - Embark the ship, Bocas del Toro, Panama, Transit the Panama Canal, Guayaquil, Ecuador, Salaverry, Peru, Calla…

Includes: Expedition landings & activities on board & ashore included*, full transit of the panama canal*, drinks, wifi, & gratuities included*, 4★ hotel stays included*


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Combine your cruise of a lifetime


Experience the elegance of a bygone era, with service and cuisine to match, aboard one of the most luxurious trains in the world.


 

Rocky Mountaineer

Rocky Mountaineer

Service on board the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express

Service on board the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express

Venice Simplon-Orient-Express

Venice Simplon-Orient-Express

British Pullman

British Pullman

Indian Pacific Train, Australia

Indian Pacific Train, Australia

Indian Pacific Train, New Zealand

Indian Pacific Train, New Zealand

The Ghan Train

The Ghan Train

Explore Australia and New Zealand in style, step aboard the mighty Indian Pacific Train, you’ll feel a great sense of anticipation as this unforgettable Australian adventure begins to unfold. You’ll be making your way across the longest stretch of straight railway track in the world in an absolutely remarkable journey from the Indian Ocean to the Pacific Ocean.


The Iconic Ghan Train regarded as one of the world’s greatest rail journeys, The Ghan delivers so much more than an extended train ride. It promises access to parts of Australia no other holiday can come close to – the perfect balance of comfort and adventure culminating in an experience that will move you in every sense of the word.


The Venice-Simplon Orient Express needs no introduction. Celebrated by writers from Agatha Christie to Ian Fleming, it is one of the world’s defining travel experiences and testament to an era that has otherwise passed. Uniformed stewards will attend to your every whim as you relax amid the stunning marquetry of your private cabin whilst the verdant landscape of Europe rolls by. Dinner will be an experience to savour as world-class chefs deliver a procession of magnificent dishes, and the hours – and the miles – will fly by in the convivial surroundings of the bar car.


For an altogether more exotic experience, you should take in the Eastern and Oriental Express: a contemporary twist on the classic Orient Express model, linking Singapore and Bangkok. Across three days and two nights, you will enjoy five-star luxury whilst South East Asia unfolds its unspoilt rural landscapes, taking in ancient temples, tea plantations, colonial cities, remote villages and historic monuments. If you can tear yourself away from the panoramic views of the observation car, you can savour good conversation and fine wines in the bar, peruse a book or magazine from the library – and of course experience magnificent cuisine uniting Asian and European influences.


Alternatively, you might prefer to venture to the wilds of Canada and enjoy an unforgettable journey aboard the Rocky Mountaineer. This amazing train takes in some of the world’s most breathtaking scenery, from glacier-fed lakes to majestic mountains and ferocious rivers, and offers the highest standards of comfort and service. There’s even an outdoor vestibule in which to take in the fresh mountain air, and the dining and wine cellar are the equal of almost any restaurant in the world.