Zambezi Queen was launched in 2009 and stylishly renovated in 2015. The 150-foot, four-deck vessel carries 28 passenger and 22 crew and is specifically designed to maximise wildlife spotting on the Chobe River in Botswana.
There are 14 suites on board Zambezi Queen, ranging from 215 to 300 square feet. All of cabins have private balcony areas, floor-to-ceiling windows, twin or King-size beds, temperature control and fan, ensuite bathroom, large wardrobe, full-length mirror, hairdryer, toiletries, bathrobes and slippers, safe and complimentary Wi-Fi and bottled water replenished daily.
The dining area is located on deck 3 with views on three sides. There is an English breakfast and lunch buffet and full-service dinner. Complimentary beer and wine are offered for lunch and dinner.
Wildlife spotting is the main activity onboard and the lounge and restaurant have large open windows. There is also a sun deck with a plunge pool and a shaded seating area and a library of books and board games.
There are no facilities or programs specifically for children on board.
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