Chobe Princess Safariboats, Chobe River

Berthed on Chobe River, which forms the boundary between Namibia and Botswana, the Chobe Princesses are only 70 km upstream from the majestic Victoria Falls and at the entrance to Chobe National Park. This is nature at its finest and, combined with the luxury on board, you will experience the perfect getaway. The boats are officially located on the Namibian side of the Chobe River but routinely and most conveniently accessed via the small Botswana town of Kasane.

While staying on the Chobe Princesses, you are treated to accommodation of the highest standard. Well-appointed and exquisitely decorated, all cabins are spacious, en suite and air conditioned. Each of the rooms have big sliding windows to maximize the visual feast constantly on offer. The main area of the boats are open plan and include a lounge area where guests can relax and soak up the blissful African sights and sounds. The bar opens onto the lounge area, as does the dining room space. To add to the unique safari experience, each of the Chobe Princesses have a plunge pool and loungers for guests to laze away the day when not game viewing or fishing.

Staff on board all three boats strive for service excellence. Meals are cooked, activities guided and facilitated by them, nearly all of whom come from the local area and offer added value to guests.

The Chobe Princesses offer numerous activities. Spend a morning bird watching and enjoy the excellent game viewing on the Chobe River. Take a guided game viewing or fishing excursion on one of the tender boats (tackle provided). You can also choose to visit the famed Victoria Falls or a local village. Avid fishermen will revel in a day of tiger fishing, but you can also simply choose to relax on the deck of your luxurious floating lodge.

Chobe Princess Safariboats