When it comes to spectacular safari experiences along the Chobe River, you’re spoiled for choice with the Zambezi Queen Collection. With our combination package, guests can now enjoy a serene river safari on one of our four deluxe houseboats and relax on land at the intimate tented Ichingo Chobe River Lodge.
Let’s take a look at what you can expect from each experience.
Spectacular river safari
Step aboard one of our four exquisite houseboats and start your extraordinary journey. Lounge in the comfort of your stylish cabin and watch as abundant wildlife quench their thirst along the banks of the river. Cool off in the heat of the afternoon with a dip in the refreshing plunge pool. Then sip sundowners on the deck, followed by a gourmet dinner beneath the stars. Fall asleep to the gentle rhythm of the boat as it glides majestically along the Chobe River. Whether you’re in search of a romantic escape for two, a memorable family vacation or an exclusive getaway with a group of guests, the Zambezi Queen or one of our three Chobe Princesses never fail to impress.
A stay at Ichingo Chobe River Lodge is no less inviting. Located on secluded Impalila Island on the Namibian side of the river, this intimate lodge is a haven of natural beauty and serene comfort. Relax on your private viewing balcony and gaze in awe as the great Chobe River glides by. Laze beneath a sun-dappled tree-top canopy and glimpse exotic birdlife between the branches. Fall asleep in your comfortable Meru tent with the rippling sounds of the river and birdsong as your lullaby. Families can enjoy a larger tent accommodating two adults and up to four children, while seven other spacious tents are perfect for two adults sharing or a group.
Enhance your incredible Chobe River safari experience with a number of exciting activities and excursions which are included in our rate. Hop onto a private motorised tender boat and discover the many wonders of the Chobe River and surrounding areas. Take a guided safari tour and spot over 450 species of birds that thrive in this lush wetland environment. Cast your fishing line and attempt to catch a legendary tiger fish, bream and other species. Experience local culture with a visit to a traditional village and marvel at a 2000-year-old ancient baobab tree.