Steam Train Dinner Overview
The Livingstone Steam Train dinner is a fine dining experience unlike any other. Your journey begins when the Livingstone Steam Train, which has been restored to its former glory, departs from the Bushtracks station where you will board the immaculate vintage first class Lounge carriage. The Steam Train travels through a World Heritage site to arrive at the Victoria Falls Bridge in time to watch the sunset. After stopping on the bridge for a brief period of time you then head towards the Palm Grove siding. Enjoy the sights of the African bush from the stately dining carriages. Enjoy a romantic silver service five course dinner on board the Livingstone Steam Train. This is a journey into a timeless world of charm, elegance and romance, where the natural splendor will stir your imagination.
The ambiance of the dining carriage offers more than warm elegance. The sash windows allow for panoramic views of the passing scenery as experienced by the early 1900 visitors to the region.
*Please note that the Livingstone Steam Train only departs on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Duration: 2 hours (approx)
• Return Transfer
The Livingstone Steam Train
The Livingstone Steam Train consists of 5 air-conditioned carriages. 2 dining cars, a club/kitchen car, lounge car, and an observation car. The carriages are pulled by either a 10th class No. 156 or a 12th class No. 204 locomotive. One of the dining cars, The Wembley, was built by the Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon Company, and went on display in London at the British Empire Exhibition in 1924. It was shipped to the Union of South Africa and entered service on 19th May 1926 and hence acquired the name – The Wembley..
Dinner, Drinks, Return transfers
17:30 Summer, 17:00 Winter, Wednesdays and Saturdays Only
No Age Restriction
Children over 3 years pay full price, Children under 3 years are free