WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2010
NEW YORK, NY
NEW YORK, NY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Zambezi Queen takes Safari Luxury to a higher level! View Kenneth R. Hieber's televised interview with the Zambezi Queen owner Tony Stern.
Recently a guest of Hieber's on 'Another Country Through My Eyes', a televised studio recording from 2AFRIKA's studio in New York City, Tony Stern spoke in depth about the Zambezi Queen.
Currently in post production, Hieber's televised interview with Tony Stern can soon be enjoyed at your leisure by visiting 'Another Country Through My Eyes'.
Richard Alleman of VOGUE reported -
On the other side of the globe, the brand-new riverboat Zambezi Queen is proving that luxury and responsible tourism are not mutually exclusive. Fitted with solar-water heaters, a water-purification system, and and jet propulsion as opposed to conventional propeller engines (to protect river life), the Queen quietly plies a game-rich stretch of the Chobe River between Botswana and Namibia, known for its large elephant population. Onboard the sleek three-level vessel, public areas as well as fourteen cabins sport a cool minimalist look created by South African designer Jenni Button. Another South African name, Capetown chef Pete Goff-Wood, is in charge of the Queen’s cuisine. In addition to onboard game spotting, travelers take off into the bush on guided 4X4 excursions and also have the option of flying up to Victoria Falls, which is just 50 miles to the east. An ideal add-on to a land safari in Southern Africa, the Zambezi Queen currently offers two- and three-night itineraries that start at $800 per night per person, sharing a double cabin, including meals and South African wines