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Zambezi Queen HouseboatZambezi Queen

2 Nights
All meals and drinks
Activities

R 5 800.00 pps

Ichobezi HouseboatIchobezi Houseboat

1 night
All meals and drinks
Activities and transfers

R 2 850.00 Per night pps

The Shayamanzi HouseboatThe Shayamanzi

1 night
Meals
Activities and transfers

R 1 455.00 Per night pps

Nguni Voyager HouseboatZambezi Voyager

1 night
All meals
Activities and transfers

R 3 090.00 Per night pps

Houseboat holidays

Houseboats are ideal for quiet getaways, fishing weekends and even corporate brainstorming sessions

Houseboat Rentals and Houseboat Holidays

Choose to stay aboard houseboats in Knysna, Kariba and Lake Jozini, one of the most luxurious ways to experience holidays.

Houseboats offer luxury en-suite accommodation with the option of fishing and game viewing in a different setting everday. View our selection of houseboats in Kariba for a fantastic tiger fishing experience or you can choose to rent a houseboat with self catering facilities in Knysna.

  • Lake Jozini
  • Lake Kariba
  • Chobe River
  • Zambezi River

Jozini LakeAbout Lake Jozini

The Jozini dam, previously referred to as the Pongolapoort dam, is built along the Pongola River. This dam was completed in 1074 and spans an area of around 17 000 hectares (when full). The dam wall measures 70 m in height. The original purpose of this dam was to supply water for local farming of produce such as sugar cane, cotton and maize.

Lake KaribaAbout Lake Kariba

In Zimbabwe specifically on Lake Kariba, houseboats have been in use since the creation of the lake in the late 1950s/early 1960s. This is undoubtedly one of the most luxurious ways to experience the Zambezi basin and all the associated wildlife, as it is possible to view a lot of game as they come down to the water for drinking, and to cool themselves down.

Chobe RiverAbout Chobe River

One of the largest concentrations of wildlife in Africa can be found in the Chobe National Park. This park is the most diverse and the third largest park in the country. The Chobe River is one of the main watering spots during the dry season and attracts wildlife such as Elephants, Giraffe, Sable and Cape buffalo.

Zambezi RiverAbout Zambezi River

The Zambezi rivers most notable features are Chayuma Falls, Ngonye falls and Victoria Falls. The river also provides two main sources of hydroelectric power provided by the Kariba dam and the Cahora Bassa Dam as well as a smaller power station near Victoria Falls.