Cruises for People Who Hate Cruising

by Colleen Clark

Zambezi River Queen

Wide berth: For eco-cruisaders who don't want their trip to harm the areas they visit

Smooth sailing: The Zambezi River Queen is the first cruise ship to ply the wild waters of the Chobe River, between Botswana and Namibia, and it does so via water jets that prevent damage to the riverbed and surrounding wildlife, including the elephants, giraffes, and lions that come to drink by the river's banks. Solar panels generate hot water for the 14 cabins; energy-saving lights eliminate noise from generators (and ensure that hippos and crocs swim by undisturbed); and the plunge pool is filled with filtered river water. So you can sail in and out of Africa with your conscience intact.

Zambezi River Queen
Tel: 27 21 438 0032

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