Zambezi Queen Connections

One of the most enriching ways to ‘find Africa’ is through the cultures and traditions of its people.Read more
Known as ‘the Land of the Giants,’ Chobe National Park is home to Africa’s largest elephant population and one of the densest concentrations of wildlife in the world.Read more
Where else but the incredible Chobe River can you see the mighty hippo frolic alongside you in the water, spouting water from its nostrils.Read more
Cape Town is often considered one of the world’s most beautiful, romantic and intriguing citiesRead more
Bordeaux, Provence, Porto, Tuscany, Napa Valley and the Cape Winelands of South Africa.Read more
Revolutionary, activist, philanthropist, Noble Peace Prize Winner, President.Read more
Once upon an elegant time, wood-paneled coaches, white-gloved staff and Victorian-era style greeted adventurers ready to be whisked off on the safari of their dreams.Read more
The mighty roar of the lion, the powerful call of the elephant, the thunderous clap of a herd of rhinoceros...Read more
Lions, leopards, rhinos, wildebeests, elephants and… penguins?Read more
Thrill with your own Out of Africa-like experience with a visit to Tanzania’s UNESCO World Heritage Site the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.Read more
“Safari,” in Swahili (one of the main languages spoken in Tanzania), translates simply into the word “journey.”Read more
Known for its massive population of elephants, majestic Baobab trees and abundant and varied wildlife and bird varieties...Read more
Upon seeing Victoria Falls for the first time, 19th century Scottish missionary and explorer Dr. David Livingstone exclaimed, “no one can imagine the beauty..."Read more
Welcome to Zimbabwe’s largest game reserve...Read more
A unique way of speaking - often via short, clicking sounds. A traditional way of life in keeping with customs made over 20,000 years ago. A relaxed, closely knit family culture.Read more