KAZA UNIVISA re-introduced by Zimbabwe and Zambia

Wild Zambezi • 21 December 2016

Zimbabwe and Zambia have re-introduced the popular, and much-awaited KAZA (Kavango-Zambezi) “Uni-Visa”, which allows visitors to stay in either (or both) countries for up to 30 days for a single payment of US$50. 

The visa was re-launched by Zimbabwean Home Affairs Minister Ignatious Chombo and his Zambian counterpart in a ceremony in Livingstone, Zambia on 21st December 2016.

Citizens of the following 40 countries are eligible for the visa

Argentina    
Austria    
Australia    
Belgium    
Brazil    
Britain (UK)    
Brunei    
Burundi    
Canada    
Cook Islands    
Czech Republic    
Denmark    
Finland    
France    
Germany    
Greece    
Hungary    
Iceland    
Israel    
Italy
Japan
Liechtenstein
Luxembourg
Monaco
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Russia
Rwanda
Slovakia Republic
Slovenia Republic
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
UAE
Uruguay
USA

The KAZA Uni-Visa saves time and money and enables much easier travel between Zimbabwe and Zambia (e.g. at Victoria Falls/Livingstone). It also covers people who want to enter Botswana for day-trips through the Kazangula border.

KAZA UNIVISA was first introduced as a one-year pilot scheme from November 2014 to December 2015 when 50,000 visas were issued.  

This official launch marks Phase 2 of the scheme, with further phases planned to extend the UniVisa to include Angola,  Botswana and Namibia (and hopefully the whole of the SADC region. 

The UniVisa is available at Harare, Victoria Falls, Lusaka and Livingstone International airports, the Victoria Falls land border (Zimbabwe/Zambia) and the Kazungula land border (Zimbabwe/Zambia/Botswana).

For more information, visit www.kazavisa.info or contact the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority

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