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Kaza Uni-visa going strong

With one visa and one payment, visitors to Zambia and Zimbabwe can traverse the two countries without any additional charges.

With one visa and one payment, visitors to Zambia and Zimbabwe can traverse the two countries without any additional charges. The Kaza Uni-visa also covers those taking day trips to Botswana, which brings the number of countries served to three. The Uni-visa is valid for 30 days as long as visitors remain within Zambia and Zimbabwe.

The Kaza Uni-visa, became permanent on December 21, 2016 in the Zambian city of Livingstone, in an agreement between the Governments of Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Botswana. The endorsement of the Kaza Uni-visa as a permanent feature, replacing the pilot phase that started on November 28, 2014, appears to be a great success.

Under the new phase, the number of eligible countries has been increased from 40 to 65.

The Kaza Uni-visa is obtainable from the following borders:

– Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone

– Victoria Falls land border in Livingstone

– Kazungula land border with Botswana

– Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in Lusaka

– Victoria Falls International Airport

– Victoria Falls land border in Falls Town, Zimbabwe

– Harare International Airport

Plans are underway to consider and accept electronic applications and to extend the Kaza visa to Angola, Botswana, and Namibia.