There’s simply no better way of experiencing the uniqueness of this remarkable land than with a cruise adventure that takes in the rich wildlife and remote wilderness of the Chobe River on board a lavish floating, boutique hotel.
Comprising of a fleet of four extraordinary houseboats: Zambezi Queen and her three Chobe Princesses. With a limited number of guests at any one time, you’ll savour a peaceful and intimate atmosphere that will only add to your unforgettable experience.
Awaken to the warm sun’s rays soaking through your window as the sound of birds begin to sing; marvel at the grandeur of elephants grazing on the riverbanks and enjoy a delicious cocktail from the deck as the African sun sets and the sky fills with a billion stars. Accommodation features include a tasteful and contemporary design, en-suite bathrooms and a large sliding window that frames the ever-changing scenery perfectly.
Yes, the main electricity supply on all houseboats within the Zambezi Queen Collection is supplied by generators. Zambezi Queen have three-pronged South African plugs as well as two-pronged European plugs. American adaptors are available on request. The Chobe Princesses have three-pronged South African plugs, so you’ll need to bring your own adaptors if you have foreign plugs on your appliances.
On board the houseboats, there is limited mobile and roaming connection. Wi-Fi is available intermittently on the Zambezi Queen, but it is not available on board the Chobe Princesses; giving you the perfect chance to properly unplug and be in the moment.
Yes, this is possible, but it is a requirement for your needs to be stated at the time of booking. Due to their remote location, enough time is required in order to source the ingredients. Unfortunately, this also means that their unable to cater onsite for Halaal and Kosher guests, but it can be arranged that meals can be pre-ordered with enough advance warning.
On board, you’ll find a wealth of amenities including:
Gratuities are at your own discretion and payable at the end of your stay. They recommend a gratuity of $10-$15 per guest per day. You can settle by Visa or Mastercard on board Zambezi Queen or by USD cash. The Chobe Princesses do not have card facilities.
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