Chobe National Park is home to the greatest concentration of elephant found anywhere in Africa. During the dry season large herds gather on the lush floodplains lining the Chobe River. Staying on board one of the luxurious Chobe Princesses you’ll spend leisurely days cruising this famous river; Botswana’s wilderness on one side and Namibia on the other.
There are three Chobe Princesses: two sleeping eight guests and the third sleeping up to 10. You’ll soon find that days on the Chobe River are incredibly relaxing, especially since these houseboats have no fixed schedule so activities are planned around you. Go game viewing on the smaller boats (fantastic for photography!), enjoy guided fishing trips or make the most of you time on the houseboat.
Along with its comfortable bedrooms, each of the Chobe Princesses also has an entertainment deck with a lounge, bar, dining area and outdoor plunge pool. Eat, drink and laze in the sunshine, gazing out at the ever-changing views. In the evenings after toasting the fiery red sunset, everyone sits down together to a three-course dinner whipped up by your houseboat chef.