Southern Africa Univisa

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Zimbabawe and Zambia have reintroduced the KAZA (Kavango-Zambezi) univisa — launched in 2014 and suspended in 2015 — which allows travelers to visit both countries for up to 30 days. Priced at $50, the visa also covers day-trippers entering Botswana at the Kazungula border (no overnight stays).

It is available on arrival at the international airports in Harare, Victoria Falls, Lusaka and Livingstone as well as at the land border crossings at Victoria Falls and Kazungula.

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Zimbabawe and Zambia have reintroduced the KAZA (Kavango-Zambezi) univisa — launched in 2014 and suspended in 2015 — which allows travelers to visit both countries for up to 30 days. Priced at $50, the visa also covers day-trippers entering Botswana at the Kazungula border (no overnight stays).

It is available on arrival at the international airports in Harare, Victoria Falls, Lusaka and Livingstone as well as at the land border crossings at Victoria Falls and Kazungula.