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Amtrak Vacations has launched 22 new vacation packages that include escorted rail journeys, independent trips, a new rail and sail program and more.
“Travelers are always looking for different vacation options, and Amtrak Vacations is an excellent vacation to recommend to your clients. Train travel is a relaxing and great way to see the magnificent landscape our country has to offer,” said Amtrak chief marketing officer David Lim.
Amtrak Vacations’ newest programs continue to focus on popular vacation destinations such as national parks, including Glacier National Park, the Grand Canyon and Yellowstone National Park.
With the Amtrak Vacations Early Booking Discount, customers can save up to $600 per couple for 2013 Escorted Rail Journeys or up to $300 per couple for 2013 Independent Rail Journeys when booked by Dec. 31. www.amtrakvacations.com
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