This travel company’s newly released report explains the differences between the SilverLeaf and GoldLeaf Service on (the) Rocky Mountaineer’s luxury rail journey.
More information is available at https://canadarail.ca/the-difference-between-silverleaf-and-goldleaf
Travelers whose bucket lists include a rail trip in the Canadian Rocky Mountains often choose to take the Rocky Mountaineer, but sometimes they do not understand the differences between SilverLeaf Service and GoldLeaf. This new report makes the differences clear.
The report explains that sightseeing in the Canadian Rocky Mountains at both levels of service is a luxury vacation and a photographer’s dream. Both SilverLeaf and GoldLeaf are exquisite and provide travelers with knowledgeable guides, delicious meals, and lasting memories of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Once they understand the differences, travelers can make an informed choice in line with what is important to them.
According to this report, the GoldLeaf car is two levels and includes a wrap-around glass dome, allowing passengers an unrestricted view of the scenery from their seats. This service level also has a large platform for outside viewing and socializing with other travelers.
SilverLeaf does not have a glass dome, but the raised glass windows still provide excellent views of the scenery. Another difference is that the outdoor area is smaller than the platform in GoldLeaf.
This report also explains that SilverLeaf may be a better choice for some travelers. For example, those who prefer to keep to themselves would probably prefer this level since GoldLeaf is very social. In addition, SilverLeaf is all on one level, so it is recommended for travelers with mobility restrictions.
Interested parties can see photos at Canada Rail’s Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/canadarailca
The team at Canada Rail Vacations includes guides with extensive experience showing travelers the best locations and relating comprehensive information about the Canadian Rockies.
Founded by Martin Flanagan in 1995, Canadian-owned and operated Canada Rail Vacations is a small family business that has planned customized itineraries for worry-free travel for over 10,000 guests who gained memories to last a lifetime.
A company spokesperson stated, “See the sights by day, sleep in a hotel at night. With Rocky Mountaineer, you get the best of both worlds: maximum views, and maximum comfort. No sleeper cars here: stay in beautiful hotels at each destination.”
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