Okavango Houseboats


There is a choice of 3 houseboats, which operate out of Seronga, on the Panhandle of the Okavango Delta. The boats accommodate from 8 to 24 passengers. Although the boats are popular with anglers, game viewing can also be excellent.

Ngwesi House boat:
This is the smallest, and most luxurious of the boats, and a typical package includes birding, fishing, and game viewing, along with some relaxation.

Class: luxury

Facilities: Lounge/dining room, bar,
Upper deck: semi-covered deck with gas barbecue, galley

Passengers: 4 couples in en suite Cabins

Tender Boats: 2 x swamp cruiser
Crew: A licensed boatman and chef
Vessel: 40ft x 20ft Houseboat on pontoons with outboard engines

Inkwazi House Boat:
This is vessel has a different design, and operates Sepopa and Seronga on the mainstream of the Okavango River. It is accessible by road, making it the ideal stopover for 4×4 enthusiasts. There are excellent birding and fishing opportunities.

Class: Economy

Facilities: Lounge/dining room, galley, semi-covered deck, gas barbecue

Passengers: Maximum 15
Cabins:
3 x Single Cabins [1 x bathroom]
6 x Twin Cabins [4 x bathrooms on the deck]

Tender Boats: 1 x Swamp Cruiser
Crew: A licensed boatman and chef
Vessel: 40ft x 17ft Houseboat on pontoons with outboard engines

Inyankuni House Boat:
This boat operates between Sepopa and Seronga on the Okavango River. It is accessible by road, making it the ideal stopover for 4×4 over Landers and small groups. Optional extras include catered mekoro outings and game flights.

Class: Economy

Facilities: Lounge/dining room, bar, galley, semi-covered deck, splash pool

Passengers: Maximum 24
Cabins:
2 x Double en-suite
10 x Twins 2 x toilets
Ablutions: 2 x En suite toilet and shower; 4 x separate toilets and 2 x showers

Tender Boats: 1 x Swamp cruisers
Crew: A licensed boatman and chef
Vessel: 50ft x 20ft Houseboat on pontoons with outboard engines