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Setting sail from Cape Town
This magical multicultural city is the perfect jumping off point to explore Southern Africa, but do make sure you linger a few days to enjoy the buzz of a city where Africa meets a European-style cosmopolitan atmosphere, creating a vibrant melting pot of cultures and religions. With flat-topped Table Mountain soaring above the city, beautiful natural landscapes, and gardens within the city, you never feel far from nature here. Enjoy the waterfront, museums and elegant architecture, then take the time to venture further afield - there is so much within easy reach.
Robben Island is a must, possibly the most well known island-prison in the world. Make sure you book ahead - the ferries leave at specific times and numbers are limited.
Scenic river cruising
Arriving in Victoria Falls
Victoria Falls is one of Africa's most spectacular natural wonders, known as 'Mosi-oa-Tunya' in the local Lozi language - 'the smoke that thunders'. The falls straddle the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe, at the point where the Zambezi river plunges into a deep gorge.
Your home from home
The Zambezi Queen is specially designed to travel Botswana’s Chobe River, where you'll enjoy dramatic views of elephants, hippos and crocodiles.
What we love
The Zambezi Queen features modern rooms, outstanding cuisine and an open air pool deck, all of which can be enjoyed whilst game viewing. What's not to love about this stylish 'floating lodge'?
|Crew||22 International Staff|
|Style||Relaxed and informal during the day, giving way to an elegant evening atmosphere.|
Tailor-make your trip
Where to stay in Cape Town
There are some great hotels to choose from, but at Mundy we especially like the Cape Grace on the waterfront.
Extend your stay in South Africa
Take a wine tour to Stellenbosch and Franschhoek for tastings, beautiful countryside and great food.