Easier #AfriTravel as Botswana teams up with Zimbabwe and Zambia in Kaza uni-visa

In a world with so much to see and do, travellers gravitate to countries that allow them ease of entry to their drawcard destinations. 

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So the news that Botswana is considering being included in the Kaza uni-visa, is great news. Tourism Update reports Botswana and Zimbabwe held discussions around the visa inclusion to promote during the Bi-National Commission meeting  held in Harare last week. 

The visa is valid for nationals of 65 countries, and cost $50.   

The visa came into existence in 2014 and was meant to run as six-month pilot. It currently only exists between Zimbabwe and Zambia, is valid for 30-days and allows holders to do a day-trip to Chobe National Park in Botswana.

However, Phase 2 will see the visa extended to Angola, Namibia - now with Botswana's willingness to join based on its possibility to great improve tourism numbers to the country. 

Points of entry where the visa can be obtained - click here to find out more


  • Harry Mwaanga Airport (Livingstone)
  • Victoria Falls Land Border
  • Harare Airport
  • Kazungula Land Border (border with Botswana) 


  • Victoria Falls Airport
  • Victoria Falls Land Border
  • Kazungula Land Border (border with Botswana)
  • Kenneth Kaunda Airport (Lusaka)   

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