Zimbabwe Visa | Uni-Visa
UniVisa Zimbabwe Zambia
UPDATE: 5 December 2017 -KAZA UNIVISA stickers are available at all ports of entry into Zimbabwe & Zambia, however availability of the KAZA UNIVISA cannot be guaranteed, and should the stickers be out of stock, guests will be recommended to purchase single/double entry visas.
UPDATE: UniVisa stickers are once again not
available. the supply has been eratic of late and we advise that you
be prepared for the normal visa in case you do not get a univisa. Please visit the Zambia Visa
and the Zimbabwe Visa pages to see what visas you might need. The information on this page
(below) is relevant for when the KAZA UniVisa is available.
6 November 2017
UPDATE: UniVisa stickers seem to be back in circulation.
Read about it
9 October 2017
UPDATE: Univisa stickers will be returning to both
Zimbabwe and Zambia ports of entry within the coming week.
6 October 2017
UPDATE: Univisa stickers are not available in both
Zimbabwe and Zambia at this time.
12 September 2017
UPDATE: Zambia has run out of Univisa stickers, but they
are still available in Zimbabwe.
25 August 2017
The UNIVISA - standard fee of US$50 – where credit card point of sale facilities
are not available at port of entry it is recommended that clients have US$50 available for payment.
Visitors to Zambia may use the online payment facility on the Zambia e-visa
website. There is a small surcharge of US 50c for online purchase, and an
approval letter will be issued to show to the immigration official on
Validity – the KAZA UNIVISA is valid for 30 days as long as you remain in Zimbabwe or Zambia, and clients can cross into Zimbabwe/Zambia as frequently as they like within the 30 day period. (If the UNIVISA is obtained at Victoria Falls and you cross over to Zimbabwe at Kariba or Chirundu or vice versa the visa would be valid)
The UNIVISA is not extendable. However, you can buy a new UNIVISA (up to 3 per year).
You do NOT have to by a UniVisa. You can purchase normal single and double
entry visas if they suit you
better - see our Zimbabwe visa page.
Example 1: US passport holder only coming to Zimbabwe, not going
across to Zambia. Better to buy a single entry visa @ $30.
Example 2: US passport holder staying in Zimbabwe but going to Zambia
for a day activity. Normal visa price $45 double entry visa to Zimbabwe + $20
Zambia day tripper visa = $65. Therefore cheaper to buy UniVisa at $50 covers
UNI VISA Most CATEGORY B:
Eligible Countries whose nationals
a UniVisa at port of entry on payment of US$50 or presentation of
printed approval letter
French West Indies
UNIVISA available at Ports of Entry
|Victoria Falls Airport
||Livingstone (Harry Mwaanga) Airport
|Victoria Falls Bridge Border (Border with Zambia)
||Victoria Falls Bridge Border (Border with Zimbabwe)
|Kazungula land Border (Border with Botswana)
||Kazungula land Border (Border with Botswana)
||Lusaka (Kenneth Kaunda) Airport
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