This DreamTrip is for guests ages 3 years and older.
Age is determined at the time of travel.
Please contact Travel Support
if you have special requests regarding bedding, meals or medical needs, or any other questions about this trip.Please note:
A host is provided only on trips with bookings of 10 or more adults.Please note:
At the time of booking, you will see a page with your order number and trip cost. This is your confirmation. Please retain and bring this information with you on your trip.
Hotel gratuities are not included. We suggest US$3-4 per day for housekeeping.
Please be aware that children’s pricing is based on hotel rates, excursion costs and other inclusions.
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Hotel and lodge information:
• Porterage service is only available upon check-in at Grand Canyon Railway Hotel.
• Please note:
Your luggage can remain in your room at Grand Canyon Railway Hotel during the overnight stay at Maswik Lodge. We recommend that you pack a backpack or other large bag for your overnight stay.
• Please note:
There are no elevators at Maswik Lodge.
• A passenger service attendant will share facts about the area during the train ride.
• Musicians commonly roam the train playing tunes for passengers.
• Before the train departs on Day 2, the Cataract Creek Gang and the town marshal perform a square off at Williams Depot.
• Before the train departs on Day 3, the cowboys will perform a train robbery.Refreshments on the train:
• Complimentary refreshments including fresh fruit, pastries, coffee and juice will be provided during the morning train ride on Day 2.
• Complimentary snacks and nonalcoholic beverages will be provided during the afternoon train ride on Day 3.
• Beer, wine and mixed drinks will be available at an additional cost.
• Due to the high altitude, the train doesn’t sell bottled water. We recommend that you bring your own water bottles.Weather:
• The Colorado Plateau has a semi-arid climate, which can cause water sources to be scarce. However, Williams typically has snowy winters, and the snowmelt provides the region with its water source.
• We recommend that you dress in layers, and bring a hat, sunscreen, closed-toe shoes and a flashlight. Wildlife:
• As you travel through the forests of Grand Canyon country, keep your eyes out for elk, mountain lions, mule deer, squirrels and skunks.
• In the high desert, it is common to see pronghorn, which look like antelope, and a variety of birds including bald eagles, horned owls, ravens and California condors.
• While at the South Rim, you’ll notice the animals are accustomed to humans, but please do not feed the animals as this increases their dependency on people for food.