Unique and private accommodation with endless game viewing opportunities experienced from the comfort of your bed, lounging in the sun or dining on this exciting floating safari.
Moored on the banks of the Caprivi Strip, the Zambezi Queen swanks a 45 meter luxury boat set over 3 levels, with 14 luxury cabins all en-suite, floor to ceiling windows and private balconies purposely designed to maximize you game viewing opportunities even while lying in bed.
Located on the first and second levels, cabins are well presented, with all the necessary amenities except the lack of air-conditioning, which seems to have been addressed with louver shutters and large sliding doors that bring in the cool air and vanquish the heat.
The top deck is where all the action happens, fully air-conditioned and no expense spared interior prepared for dining, lounging and drinking in complete comfort with full views of the river from all sides.
The Zambezi Queen caters a rather opulent safari experience, gastronomically and indulgently with full English breakfasts, buffet lunches and formal dinners enjoyed alongside a private sun deck with pool, intimate library, well equipped bar.
360 Degree ever changing views of the Chobe River and national park can be enjoyed from anywhere on the boat, frequented by hippo, crocodiles and plenty game life drinking, feeding and hunting on the river edge.
If keeping busy is more your thing, you can try your hand at tiger fishing in season, game viewing safaris in your own private boat where get your pretty close to nature without scaring them off, and you can even hop off the boat for a cultural visit to the nearby African villages before setting off on a late afternoon game drive.
The Zambezi Queen is a great way to explore the wilderness, experience nature from a different angle and see ever-changing landscapes with all the creature comforts of home at your disposal.
Restaurant; private balconies; swimming pool; bar, sun deck
River and game cruise; village tours; bird watching; game drives; fishing
Page last updated: 17 Sep 2013