CroisiEurope To Offer River Cruises On The Chobe And Zambezi %7C Group Cruise News

From 2017 groups will be able to take cruises through Africa with CroisiEurope.

A brand new ship will be built for the cruises that will feature a panoramic restaurant, lounge bar, and a rooftop patio with a pool and chaise longues.
Itineraries will take cruisers along the Chobe and Zambezi rivers, and last for six days and five nights.

Trips will end with a three night stay, on land, in a five star lodge.

CroisiEurope is currently buying two of these lodges for the purpose of the African cruises. Staying in them should allow passengers the opportunity to go on safaris and visit Victoria Falls.

The name of the ship has yet to be decided.

About the Chobe

The Chobe river runs along the northeast border of Chobe National Park in Botswana.

The riverfront is known for its Serondela area, which is a major watering spot for elephants, giraffe, buffalo and sable.

The flood plains that surround it are also the only place in Botswana where you can see puku antelope.

About the Zambezi

At more than 2,500 kilometres, the Zambezi is the forth longest river in Africa. It rises in Zambia and flows through Angola, Namibia and Zimbabwe.

It’s best known for Victoria Falls, aka the Smoke that Thunders, which is the largest waterfall in the world in terms of its sheet of falling water.

In places, the falls are 108 metres tall.

More about CroisiEurope

CroisiEurope already offers river cruises, everywhere from The Rhine and Danube to the Mekong.

It also runs coastal cruises in Croatia and Montenegro and barge cruises in France.

Groups are welcome onboard.

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