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KAZA Visa Exhausted in Zimbabwe


(Victoria Falls)

12 September, 2017


As anticipated after the UniVisa ran out in Zambia a few weeks ago, the stickers have now also been spent at Zimbabwe ports of entry - Harare International Airport, Victoria Falls Airport, Kazungula Border (with Botswana), and the Victoria Falls Border (with Zambia).

In our previous report, Zambia was the first to run out of the KAZA UniVisa stickers at their Kazungula and Victoria Falls borders, as well as in Lusaka and Livingstone airports.

As yet, no time frame has been given as to when visitors can expect to be able to use them again, but both Zimbabwean and Zambian authorities in the matter have been made aware of the situation. We are hoping that this is just a matter of supplies running out temporarily. However, we will keep you posted when we have an update.

In the meantime, visitors to Zimbabwe and Zambia may use the normal single and double entry visas. As some of the visa fees can be quite expensive, we strongly advise travelers to talk to their travel agents BEFORE booking accommodation and activities.

To find out if you need a visa and what sort of visa you require into Zimbabwe and Zambia, follow the links below:

Zimbabwe Visa
Zambia Visa

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Sep 24, 2017
Visa
by: Anonymous

Canadians and all should be very weary if travelling to Victoria Falls. The $75USD single entry visa is extremely costly, especially if going cross border activities here in zimbabwe. The visa and credit card machines are also 'not working'at a time when there is reportedly a shortage of cash in the country, thus forcing foreigners to pay with cash for visa. This is ridiculous.

Sep 25, 2017
Plan carefully
by: Tony

Without the Kaza Visa it is vitally important to plan activities carefully to reduce visa costs. Hopefully wont be to long before the Kaza Visa is brought back

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