All 4 cabins on the Malachite Houseboat are on the lower deck, nothing too fancy just good old basics with beds and a simple dresser for storing your clothes and your new locally-made African trinkets. Three of the rooms are twin rooms but the fourth is made up of 3 bunk beds; the houseboat can support a maximum of 14 passengers but a more comfortable number of 12. There are 2 toilets and 2 showers separate from the rooms but easily accessible.
A well equipped kitchen run by their own personal chef is on the boat with two large deep freezers and an abundance of loose cooler boxes for you too slip your drinks into to enjoy next to the splash pool. Didn’t bring your own booze? no sweat! there’s a bar on-board the boat filled with locally made alcohol as well as some soda for the youngsters.
The perfect getaway for winding down and getting away from the hustle and bustle; instead soak up the sights and sounds of the wildlife around you.
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