There is good news for tourists intending to ravel to either Zambia and or Zimbabwe as the KAZA UniVisa is back in the system and is already being issued at the entry ports.
The KAZA UniVisa which costs $50, is issued on arrival and allows tourists to visit Zambia and Zimbabwe multiple times.
The visa is valid up to 30 days as long as the holder remains within Zambia and Zimbabwe. It also covers those who visit Botswana for day-trips through Kazungula Borders.
Currently, KAZA Visa can only be obtained at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport, Zambia, Harry Mwaanga International Airport, Zambia, Harare International Airport, Zimbabwe, Victoria Falls International Airport, Zimbabwe, Victoria Falls Border and Kazungula Border.
KAZA UniVisa is an initiative of the Republics of Zambia and Zimbabwe aimed at facilitating easy movement of tourists between the two countries.
The KAZA UniVisa Project was launched on 28th November 2014 with an initial period to run for six months and later extended for a further six months. In December 2016, Zambia and Zimbabwe launched the roll out phase of the KAZA UniVisa in Livingstone, Zambia.
In August and September 2017, all the entry ports in Zambia and Zimbabwe ran out the KAZA visa respectively, forcing tourists to buy the single or double Zambian or Zimbabwean visa.
The KAZA Visa is applicable to nationals of 65 countries in the Category B list on the visa regimes of Zambia and Zimbabwe.