The Zambezi Queen Collection would like to thank everyone who joined them at recent events such as We Are Africa, Tourism Indaba and Africa’s Eden in Windhoek.

For those we missed, Lisa remains eager to connect with you and your teams through virtual training sessions or to provide updates in the lead-up to 2025. Reach out to Lisa at to schedule a session.

Eco-wellness on the Chobe River

Ditch the traditional vacation and reconnect with yourself and nature on a transformative eco-wellness journey. In today’s fast-paced world, the need to unplug and reconnect with oneself is more significant than ever.  Imagine waking up to the gentle lapping of the Chobe River, the air filled with the melodic calls of exotic birds. This is the essence of eco-wellness with the Zambezi Queen Collection – a journey that transcends traditional spa treatments and fosters a deep connection with nature, promoting holistic well-being.

Border Updates

A quick reminder for travel partners: Foreign guides and tour leaders now require a work visa for short-term assignments in Namibia. For detailed information on the application process, please refer to the guide here.

Meet the Team

The Zambezi Queen Collection are delighted to introduce Cassius Tebuho as the new host at Ichingo Chobe River Lodge.

Cassius brings seven years of experience as a river guide, deeply rooted in the rhythms of the Chobe River. Hailing from Namibia, Cassius not only excels in fishing but also excels as a gracious host, ensuring each guest experiences unparalleled hospitality.

“We are immensely grateful for Cassius’s dedication over the years and look forward to his continued contributions,” remarked a Zambezi Queen Collection team spokesperson.

For further details or to connect with the Zambezi Queen Collection team, visit

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