Chobe River Cruise Safari

Take Time Out While Exploring The Chobe River

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Chobe River Sunset Cruise
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Chobe River Cruise

Enjoy a Chobe River Sunset Cruise and witness the abundant wildlife on the banks of the Chobe National Park. Relax as the Sun sink into the Chobe River.

Recline in comfort on a Chobe River cruise, as you sail over the still water of the Chobe River. Revel in the breathtaking scenery of a sun drenched sky brushed with myriad pink hues, whilst sipping on decadent cocktails mirroring similar tints. View the Chobe National Park’s abundant wildlife from an unusual perspective, as they congregate around the river edge. Marvel at the mighty elephant splashing in the shallows, the dramatically horned roan antelopes grazing near the shore and the stealthy lions that rule over the plains.

Information

$56 per person
15:00 daily
3 hours
Min pax: 2

Rates

Jan
$56
Feb
$56
March
$56
April
$56
May
$56
June
$56
July
$56
Aug
$56
Sep
$56
Oct
$56
Nov
$56
Dec
$56

• Rates quoted are per person.
• Please treat all pricing as a guide only.
• All rates are subject to availability and may change without notice.
• Request a quote or speak to one of our Conscious Traveller safari experts for the best, most current rates available.

Inclusions

Snacks
Drinks
Professional guide
Return transfers

Exclusions

US$10 National Parks fees per person

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Making A Difference

Chobe River Cruise
Giving back to the community

Proceeds from the wildlife conservation safari go directly to support the Victoria Falls Anti Poaching Unit. The unit was established in January 1999, in an effort to fight the alarming levels of destruction that were taking place in the area. Since then, VFAPU has worked in close co-operation with the National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority and the Zimbabwe Republic Police, to achieve many successes.

Having started off with just three scouts, the unit has grown in strength and now has twelve full-time scouts actively patrolling an area of approximately fifty square kilometres surrounding Victoria Falls. The patrols operate around the clock to combat poaching in all its various forms.

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