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Yes, most travelers need a valid visa to travel to Zimbabwe, although there are some nationalities exempt. You can use our eligibility checker to see if you need to apply.
There are several types of visas to travel to Zimbabwe. You must apply for the visa that most closely matches your requirements, as the available types are the following: Single Entry Tourist Visa (up to 90 days in the country with one entry), Double Entry Tourist Visa (up to 90 days in the country with two entries), Single Entry Kaza Tourist Visa (up to 30 days with one entry), Single Entry Transit Visa (up to 7 days in the country with one entry), Double Entry Transit Visa (up to 7 days in the country with 2 entries).
Yes, you must print your visa and present it along with your passport.
You do not need to have any specific vaccine to travel to Zimbabwe, but we advise you to get vaccinated.
We also recommend that you check your country’s International Vaccination Centre for further information.
The single entry visa allows travelers to enter the country once, and the double entry visa allows travelers to enter the country twice during its validity period.
The allowed duration of your stay depends on the type of visa you select when applying. Both the single and double entry visas allow you a stay of 90 days in the country, the KAZA TFCA visa allows you a stay of 30 days, and the transit visas allow you a stay of 7 days starting from your arrival date.
You can check the status of your e-visa anytime you wish on our website, where you can access your panel using your application ID number (the code you get when you submit your application).
The Zimbabwe eTourist Visa (eVisa) allows a maximum stay of 90 days, with single or double entry, depending on your visa requirement.
The Zimbabwe e-Transit Visa (e-Visa) is valid for a maximum of 7 days, and can be applied for on a single or double entry basis, depending on the needs of the traveller.
The KAZA TFCA visa allows travel to Zimbabwe and Zambia on a single visa. It is valid for a maximum of 30 days, and allows for multiple entries and exits from the 2 countries. This visa also allows a day trip to Botswana provided you do not stay overnight.
Both the Zimbabwean and Zambian governments reserve the right of admission to their countries. If the authorities believe that you may pose a threat to national security or interests, they will refuse your entry.