Zambezi Queen Highlights
- A luxurious river safari boat cruising along the Chobe River
- Offers an exceptional wildlife experience along the river
- The area is an untouched water wilderness sanctuary; ideal for guests looking for a quiet retreat.
Zambezi Queen Description
The Zambezi Queen offers guests 10 suites and 4 master suites. All suites and master suites offer en-suite facilities with private balconies, king size beds (can be requested and divided into twin beds), and are furnished to the highest level. Two of the four Master Suites have their own private deck with outdoor furniture and the remaining two offer magnificent views with doors and windows on two sides. Rooms accommodate 2 guests only per room. Facilities include full length sliding shutters for both privacy and protection from the sun, sliding mosquito net doors, and floor mounted fans in all suites; master suites are air-conditioned and private safes are provided.
The upper deck is air conditioned and housed the dining room, lounge and bar. The dining room is specially designed to give guests a full view of the Chobe River no matter where they sit. The forward deck has sun loungers and a pool.
Zambezi Queen Game Viewing and Wildlife Activities
The Zambezi Queen offers two or more nights on board this floating luxury lodge so that guests can really experience the peace and quiet of cruising on the Chobe River. It is a good idea to add the Zambezi Queen on to the end of your Chobe National Park safari as it offers a completely different focus and safari. Activities include water-based game viewing on smaller boats which enables close-up viewing in an environment where the animals do not feel threatened, Tiger and bream fishing in season and Bird watching from smaller boats.
Activities in the surrounding area at an additional cost includes a land-based half day 4×4 game viewing in Chobe National Park, with the Zambezi Queen’s own guides and land-based cultural tour of a local village.
The Chobe National Park is renowned for its diverse and prolific wildlife. It is home to large herds of elephant, buffalo and hippo, as well as concentrations of other wildlife, including giraffe, sable, wild dog, lion and other predators, that come down to the river’s edge to drink, graze and hunt. This area is an untouched water wilderness sanctuary; ideal for guests looking for a quiet retreat, where game and bird life flourish undisturbed under the protection of the Chobe National Park