Chobe Classic Sunset Cruise – To Do Africa

Chobe Classic Sunset Cruise

From $36.00

Chobe Classic Sunset Cruise

There is no better place to spend a sunset than on the Chobe River, while you relax as you sip on a Gin and Tonic and reminisce about the day’s activities and sightings.

Celebrate the end of the day as the Sun sinks into the Chobe River while the boat meanders  upstream into the Chobe National Park. Share in the end-of-day ritual which sees massive herds of elephant streaming to the river banks for their last drink.

Drifting along the river on a comfortable river boat is the ideal vantage point from which to witness the many animals which make their way down to drink from the river. Hippos and crocodiles are also common sightings and Elephants frequently cross the river to the islands where lush green grass is available year-round.

From $36.00


Things To Note

Minimum Numbers: 2 Guests Maximum Numbers : 24.

No age restrictions. Children 11 and under 50%.

Dress: Casual, Advised to bring:

  • Sun Screen
  • Binoculars and Cameras
  • Warm clothes during winter, it can get cold on the river.


Experience Highlights

A virtual floating Safari Lodge in the Chobe National Park.

Amazing Game viewing and birding along the banks of the Chobe River.

Attentive staff toLook after y0u

Operating Schedule

Pick up: .15:30 pm ~ 18:30 pm drop-off

Operating Schedule. (+/-4  hours including transfers)

  • 15h30 pm       Pick up from the hotels
  • 16h00 pm      Cruise departs the jetty
  • 18h30pm       Return to hotels

Chobe Classic Sunset Cruise

The stunning and life-giving Chobe River forms the northern boundary of Chobe National Park.

Starting out as a small mountain spring in Angola, where it is known as the Kwando (a Hambukushu name) and from there it  gathers water from various other tributaries as it travels great distances through the Kalahari sands before it reaches Botswana and becomes the Linyanti River (a Subiya name).

From the border post of Ngoma, the river finally becomes known as the Chobe, from where it continues to run along Botswana’s northern border before meeting the mighty Zambezi and tumbling over the precipice at Victoria Falls, into the chasm of the Batoka Gorge.

Sunset is the best time of day to view the abundant wildlife on the banks of the Chobe River in custom designed game viewing boats that get close to the banks of the river and the wildlife.

As the temperature cools, large herds of buffalo, zebra, giraffe and impala can be seen making their way down to the river, while hippos and crocodiles are common sightings on the Chobe River Sunset Cruise. Elephants frequently cross the river to the islands where lush green grass is available year-round.

Package Inclusions

Package Includes

Items that are included in the cost of tour price.