Black men say goodbye to Livingstone Express luxury train.  The ROYAL LIVINGSTONE EXPRESS is a steam train built in the 1920s with  PULLMAN-style carriages. Due to the popularity of this first-class experience, the train schedule has, for the next three months, been extended to include Wednesdays, giving you the opportunity to board the train two days a week. The journey will begin at 17h00 on Wednesday and Saturday regardless of how many people are on board. If you are in a group of 12 or more you can board the train on Thursdays and Fridays as well. This beautifully restored train, a joint venture between SUN INTERNATIONAL and BUSHTRACKS AFRICA, meanders through the Dambwa suburb of Livingstone towards the MOSI-OA-TUNYA NATIONAL PARK, running parallel to the Zambezi River. You will have the opportunity to see white rhino, buffalo, elephant and other wildlife from the train. The train crosses out of the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park over the Sinde River and stops some 17 kilometres from Livingstone. By this time darkness has descended on the Zambezi Valley and it’s time for dinner. The six-course gourmet dining experience is served in the two dining cars, which form part of the train’s five air-conditioned carriages – a club/kitchen car, lounge car and observation car. After the meal the train slowly edges back to the Sinde ‘run around’ to afford the locomotive driver a good view of any obstacles in his path for the return journey in darkness, including of course elephants! The journey finishes back at the old Mulobezi siding at approximately 21h30.