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Wild Zambezi News - January 2017 6 February 2017 Sally Wynn No comments yet

Read Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for January 2017 at this link:- Wild Zambezi News January 2017 Sign up online at the bottom of this page to receive these e-newsletters directly to your inbox. NEWS HEADLINES - JANUARY 2017 - Self-driving the Zambezi areas? Check out our Travel Advice - Latest ZimParks Fees for the Zambezi V...

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Wild Zambezi News - December 2016 9 January 2017 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Read Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for December 2016 at this link: Wild Zambezi News December 2016 Sign up online at the bottom of this page to receive these e-newsletters directly to your inbox. NEWS HEADLINES - DECEMBER 2016 - We welcome back the $50 Uni-Visa for Zimbabwe Zambia - Safari Logistics opens business lounge at Vict...

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KAZA UNIVISA re-introduced by Zimbabwe and Zambia 21 December 2016 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

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 ...

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Wild Zambezi News - November 2016 1 December 2016 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Read Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for November 2016 at this link: Wild Zambezi News November 2016 Sign up online at the bottom of this page to receive these e-newsletters directly to your inbox. NEWS HEADLINES - NOVEMBER 2016 - New Victoria Falls airport officially opens its doors! - A note on currencies, cash and credit cards ...

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The new Victoria Falls International Airport is officially open! 21 November 2016 Wild Zambezi & Africa Albida Tourism. Photographs by Tami Walker & African Bush Camps 2 comments

The new Chinese-built international airport terminal at Victoria Falls was officially commissioned by President Robert Mugabe on Friday 18th November 2016, at a ceremony attended by official dignitaries and members of the tourism industry. The airport now has the capacity to handle 1.5 million passengers per annum, tripling its previous vo...

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Wild Zambezi News -October 2016 31 October 2016 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Read Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for October 2016 at this link: Wild Zambezi News October 2016 Sign up online at the bottom of this page to receive these e-newsletters directly to your inbox. NEWS HEADLINES - OCTOBER 2016 - Regional airlines ban Galaxy Note 7 smartphones - Botswana joins South Africa in toughening up on children t...

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Wild Zambezi News - Sept-Oct 2016 11 October 2016 Wild Zambezi One comment

Read Wild Zambezi s e-newsletter for September-October 2016 at this link: http://eepurl.com/cjnMdP Sign up online at the bottom of this page to receive these e-newsletters directly to your inbox. NEWS HEADLINES - SEPT-OCT 2016 - Zimbabwe travel industry votes for top achievers - Wild Zambezi winners at St John s Spring Fair - T...

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Wild Zambezi News - Aug-Sept 2016 17 September 2016 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Read Wild Zambezi s Aug-Sept 2016 newsletter at this link: http://eepurl.com/cfgrzH Sign up at the bottom of this page to receive future newsletters straight to your inbox. AUG-SEPT HEADLINES:- - Zimbabwe s Tourism Minister bids for top UNWTO post - INDABA changes travel show dates - Latest travel reviews on WildZambezi.com -...

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Wild Zambezi News - July 2016 5 August 2016 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

Read Wild Zambezi s July 2016 newsletter at this link: http://eepurl.com/cadvy5 Sign up at the bottom of this page to receive future newsletters straight to your inbox. JULY HEADLINES:- - Travel Specials on WildZambezi.com - Latest travel reviews on WildZambezi.com - Kariba Marathon madness accommodation deals - Birding...

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CASH SHORTAGE IN ZIMBABWE: Bring some with you if visiting 6 July 2016 Wild Zambezi No comments yet

There has been some concern over a current shortage of US Dollars cash in Zimbabwe. However, this should not impact negatively on the majority of visitors to the country as most mainstream tourism operations accept International Visa and Mastercard payments. Cash payments will only really be required for personal purchases (e.g. souvenirs), ...

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