Southern Africa River Cruise
Experience the thrill and tranquility of an authentic African adventure, with all the luxurious comforts of a boutique floating hotel. Cruise from Botswana, across the mighty Chobe River, to the Namibian side of the Chobe River. Seeing the Chobe National Park from the water is a unique experience. The landscape and wildlife scenes, along with the riverbank, change daily as you tranquilly float through the wilderness.
Alternatively opt for a stay on a houseboats, which are tailored to your interests and you can experience the natural beauty and wildlife while relaxing onboard or participating in activities such as catch-and-release fishing and bird watching, water based game viewing and photographic excursions. The houseboats traverse down the Chobe River, the natural border between Botswana and Namibia. While they are officially located in Namibia; they are only accessible from the Botswana side of the Chobe River. Seeing the Chobe National Park from the houseboats is a unique experience. The landscape and wildlife scenes, along with the riverbank, change daily as you tranquilly float through the wilderness.
November to March, and sometimes April as well, is known as the wet season in this region. The wildlife moves freely through the Chobe National Park as there is an abundance of water and this makes for exceptional game viewing.
June to October, This is when the Chobe River banks come to life. Many animal species gather around and stay close to the main water source, and you can watch them as you float by. Going out on the tender boats is great at any time of the year, and even more special during this time.