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Relaxing on the top deck is a truly luxurious experience. Take a dip in the pool before sitting back in the shady area with a good book, or rejuvenate with a beauty or massage treatment with one of the friendly beauticians

Why we like it

  • Explore the beautiful Zambezi River with a two or a three night cruise
  • All suites have private balconies and full length sliding shutters
  • Activities include water based game viewing on board
  • Land-based game viewing is available in 4x4's at Botswana's Chobe National Park
  • Dedicated team of experienced guides, chefs and hands-on staff on board

About Zambezi Queen

The Zambezi Queen is comprised of 14 Suites, 4 of which are Master Suites, sliding mosquito net doors and the finest finishes complete this cocoon of creature comforts amidst the wild and untamed Africa. Sit back and relax in the air-conditioned lounge, which offers a comprehensive library of books on the surrounding area and a DVD player with wildlife documentaries. The dining area is located alongside an open-plan lounge with a wood-burning fireplace. Make sure to use the astronomical telescope situated on the fore deck to explore the African night-time sky. The stylish bar is stocked with the finest wines and spirits and affords magnificent views for a relaxing evening. All areas are protected by mosquito screens which allow for a comfortable and pleasant environment for relaxing, wining and dining.

Indulge in the wonderful Zambezi dining experience with specially imported South African wines, all of which are expertly paired with gourmet meals prepared by on-board skilled chefs. Complimentary drinks are provided with all activities both land and boat based. You can take part in Tiger and Bream fishing when in season and bird watching from smaller boats. Land-based activities available include a cultural tour of a delightful local village.

Departing on Mondays Wednesdays or Fridays, choose from a two or three night stay on the Zambezi Queen sailing along the Chobe River, this includes collection from Botswana immigration at Kasane on the banks of Chobe River, or Impilila airstrip on the Namibian side (special arrangements can be made for other land transfer requirements).