The Pangolin Voyager cruises along the Chobe River all through the year. Guest staying on the houseboat can expect luxury, relaxation and exciting wildlife sightings.
The Pangolin Voyager is made up of three levels; lower deck, middle deck, and upper deck. The lower deck houses the 5 en-suite bedrooms, each with built-in cupboards and air conditioning. The boat hosts a maximum of ten guests per trip making for a private and intimate trip.
The middle and upper decks are the areas for socializing as well as places to dine and relax. The lounge and dining area are found on the middle deck; onboard chefs provide meals and snacks throughout the day. The top-most level is where guests will find the best vantage points for game viewing. During the day, use the open air top deck for wildlife spotting and in the evenings take in the views of the spectacular African night sky.
Guests are free to plan their own days. From photography excursions and river safaris, to tiger fishing and cultural village tours; guests can fill their time with an array of activities.
In addition, there are highly trained, knowledgeable guides on board available to guests during their stay.
“The Pangolin Voyager offers a smaller, intimate houseboat experience. Drifting along the Chobe river while absorbing the feel and sights of Botswana’s most game abundant areas is a great safari experience. The houseboat gives guests the feeling of exclusivity as it is one of a limited number of houseboats in the area which is allowed to moor in the Chobe National Park overnight. Guests can fall asleep to the sounds of the river and nearby animals.
There are only five rooms allowing for 10 people max, which makes it great for smaller groups and families. A highlight of staying on the Pangolin Voyager is the opportunity to expand your photography skills with guided photography expeditions and tuition; a great activity for any level of photographer where you have the chance to learn new skills and take make some incredible memories.”
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