update (09 Feb 2015): The univisa for Zimbabwe and Zambia (KAZA Visa) is not available at Kariba, Chirundu and the Beitbridge border posts!
Zimbabwe and Zambia are going to introduce a joint visa scheme, the so-called KAZA Visa, at the end of November 2014 (28 Nov 2014?). The visa will allow travellers to visit both countries with just one visa.
- the KAZA Visa will be availabe at:
- Harry Mwaanga International Airport (Livingstone, Zambia)
- Victoria Falls Land Border (Zambia - Zimbabwe)
- Kazungula Land Border (Zambia - Botswana)
- Kenneth Kaunda International Airport (Lusaka, Zambia)
- Victoria Falls Airport (Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe)
- Victoria Falls Land Border (Zimbabwe - Zambia)
- Kazungula Land Border (Zimbabwe - Botswana)
- Harare International Airport (Harare, Zimbabwe)
- the KAZA Visa will cost USD50
- the KAZA Visa will last up 30 days as long as one remains within Zambia and Zimbabwe.
- the KAZA Visa also covers those who visit Botswana for day trips for the Kazungula borders
- the following countries are eligible for the KAZA Visa:
- Argentina, Germany, Poland, Austria, Greece, Portugal, Australia, Hungary, Puerto Rico, Brazil, Iceland, Russia, Britain (UK), Israel, Rwanda, Brunei, Italy, Slovakia Republic, Burundi, Japan, Slovenia Republic, Canada, Liechtenstein, Spain, Cook Islands, Luxembourg, Sweden, Czech Republic, Monaco, Switzerland, Denmark, Netherlands, U.A.E, Finland, New Zealand, Uruguay, France, Norway, USA
*Zambia, Zimbabwe, Angola, Botswana and Namibia are the five countries that established the Kavango–Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA) in in 2006.