CroisiEurope's Newest Cruise Through Southern Africa

The new CroisiEurope ship will set sail this December.

CroisiEurope’s newest cruise through the African Chobe and Zambezi rivers will set sail at the end of the year. 

The cruise-safari, which starts in December, will travel down Southern Africa and make land stops in in South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, and Zimbabwe. The first four days and three nights will be spent aboard the new RV African Dream, which is nearing completion and is set to be finished in August. The Chobe River boarders Chobe National Park, and goes through the region touching Namibia, Zambia, Botswana and Zimbabwe.

The next five days and four nights will be spent at CroisiEurope's five-star Cascades Lodge. Safaris on land and on the water, as well as a day at Victoria Falls are included in the program. Additionally, guests have the option to fly over the falls by helicopter. 

The new ship measures 40 meters long (131 feet) by eight meters wide (26 feet). It is designed to hold 16 passengers and eight crew members. There will be a total of eight suites, six of which have French balconies; the other two deluxe suites have balconies. Also onboard is a panoramic restaurant, lounge bar, and rooftop terrace to take in the sights. 

CroisiEurope operates 50 company-owned ships and five chartered vessels. Since opening in 1976, they have become one of Europe’s largest cruise lines. They were awarded the 2016 Best river cruise company in Spain

A second ship in the same class is already planned for 2018. 

For more information, and to see other cruises offered by CroisiEurope, visit

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