12 September 2017

Zimbabwe: Shortage of KAZA univisa stickers!

update (13 Sept 2017): According to state-owned Zimbabwean newspaper "The Chronicle", KAZA univisa stickers a are "still available in Zimbabwe's Harare International Airport, Victoria Falls International Airport, Victoria Falls and Kazungula border posts although reports say they could also be running out of stock". Well...

According to reports from Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe is now also experiencing a shortage of Kaza univisa stickers. All ports of entry, including Harare International Airport in Harare, Victoria Falls International Airport in Victoria Falls, Kazungula Border (Botswana) and the Victoria Falls Border (bridge border Zambia/Zimbabwe), are currently unable to issue the visa. Until this matter has been resolved, only the standard Zimbabwean single entry visa ($30), double entry visas ($45) and multiple entry visas ($55; to be supported by a letter) are currently available. Zambia ran out of stickers already about 3 weeks ago and is still unable to issue the Kaza univisa.

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, Zambia

The KAZA univisa (stickers) are valid for 30 days as long as the traveller remains in Zambia and Zimbabwe and cost $50 per person. The univisa also covers those who wish to visit Botswana for day trips through the Kazungula Border Post.

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