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Explore the diverse and magical Chobe River on a incredible river cruise on the Chobe Princess.
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Two nights cruise accommodation, meals as indicated, beverages, water based game viewing, cultural tour, fishing (seasonal) and return transfers from Kasane Airport.
With no set departure dates, a more flexible itinerary and fewer suites on board, the three Chobe Princess boats offer a smaller, more personal safari experience. Guests can explore up to 50km along the Chobe River on a luxurious houseboat.
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You will be met upon arrival and transferred to your boat for lunch before spending the rest of the day cruising along the river and making use of the small tender boats on your afternoon activity. (L)(D)
Today you will enjoy activities that will allow you to explore the diverse and magical Chobe River. Try to spot the over 450 bird species found in this wetland paradise, try your hand at landing a tiger fish or capture Africa’s unique beauty on a photographic safari. Whatever you choose to do, your day trips will be personal and flexible because you’ll be sharing the tender boats with a small number of guests. Alternatively, simply laze on a deck chair with an ice-cold drink in hand as you soak up the tranquillity that surrounds you. (B)(L)(D)
After a leisurely breakfast and a morning spent searching for wildlife, head back to Kasane where you will disembark for your onward travel arrangements. (B)
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