Zambezi Queen offers luxury accommodation in the form of 14 tasteful and luxurious suites – ten standard suites and four spacious master suites, all with outer decks so you can soak up the revitalising Chobe River breeze and appreciate uninterrupted views of the unique African landscape beyond.
Zambezi Queen Standard Suites have everything you need to relax in luxurious comfort. Each suite opens onto a front facing balcony: watch the river gently flow by, the beautiful landscapes and elephant on the riverbank. Fancy a nap? Simply draw closed your full-length sliding shutters. Two of the Standard Suites are triple rooms with an extra bed, and can accommodate up to three adults each.
For added luxury, choose one of our four Master Suites at the bow of the boat. Not only are Zambezi Queen Master Suites more spacious but they also have two balconies each, and a panoramic view that ensures you never miss a thing! On the larger balcony you’ll find two deckchairs and a table; the perfect place to enjoy your private front-row seat while the boat is sailing.
From a creamy bowl of warming porridge in the morning to a helping of decadent white chocolate parfait at night, dining on Zambezi Queen is an indulgent treat, all on its own. Using seasonal ingredients sourced from local markets, meals on board our luxury houseboat consist of a full English breakfast, a buffet lunch and a choice of two plated menu options for dinner. Every mouthwatering dish is prepared by our locally trained Namibian kitchen staff, who combine authentic local flavours with their passion for creating sophisticated meals suited to discerning palates.
Whether you’re a guest on the ever-elegant Zambezi Queen houseboat, one of her three Chobe Princesses, or at the secluded tented Ichingo Chobe River Lodge, you’ll be able to experience unique water-based safaris on the Chobe River that borders Namibia and Botswana.
We offer a wide variety of experiences at our three properties, ranging from tiger fishing along the Chobe River to our cultural tours where you can meet the Subiya tribe village elders and locals and gain a greater understanding of how the inhabitants of this 100-year old village live.