Accommodation

PAMCA has secured a discount at the Elephant Hills resort for delegates attending the conference. Please quote PAMCA when booking to take advantage of this special rate.

Negotiated Hotels and Rates Vic Falls and Livingstone

In all instances when making a booking quote PAMCA Delegate

Victoria Falls Hotels

Hotel/Lodge Rate USD Rooms available Email address Contact phones Comments
Elephant Hills &
Kingdom Hotel
130.00 100 [email protected] +263785008996  
NI Hotel 68.00 12 [email protected] +2632132845040  
De Lux 220.00 7 [email protected] +260213322755  
Lokuthula Lodges 80.00 8 [email protected] +2632132844714 Sharing 4-6 in a lodge
Wild Trackers 70.00 12 [email protected] +26321342356  
Guest Paradise 130,00 17 [email protected] +263712597164  
Livingstone Lodge 80 /50 10/3 [email protected] +26321345903  

Livingstone Hotels

Hotel/Lodge Rate USD Rooms available Email address Contact phones Comments
Protea Hotel 155.00 30 [email protected] +260213324630  
Warm Harbour 50.00 27 [email protected] +260213322755  
Golden Chopsticks 60.00 40 [email protected] +260979491758  
Chrismar Hotel 100.00 50 [email protected] +260213323141  
Courtyard Hotel 86.00 40 [email protected] +260213320884  

 

 

VISA APPLICATION GUIDELINES

VISA TYPES:

VISA FEES:

VISA REQUIREMENTS BY NATIONALITY:

Category A and B passport holders staying for short term holiday purposes can enter Zimbabwe with a minimum of formalities.

A Visa to enter Zimbabwe is required by several nationalities, please read the full details listed below.

Visa Categories

Zimbabwe has 3 visa categories:

Category A: Countries whose nationals do NOT require a Visa. No action required, you will be granted easy entry at any border post.

Category B: Countries whose nationals are granted a Zimbabwe visa at the port of entry on payment of requisite visa fees. These visas are easiest obtained on your arrival at the Airport or border post. If you get them done via an agency in your home country they will often cost you quite a bit more and be a lot more hassle.

If you are intending to visit Zambia as well then the Kaza / UniVisa is your most economical choice.

Category C: Countries whose nationals are required to apply for and obtain a Zimbabwe visa prior to travelling. You can apply through a Zimbabwe High Commission in your home or neighbouring country or an easier way is to apply online – click on this link Zimbabwe e-visa for details

Find out the Category of your country in the tables below.

Passport Requirements

All Categories need:-

  • Passport valid for a least 6 months from your date of entry.
  • Return ticket to your country (or enough money to buy one)
  • Sufficient funds to cover your stay in Zimbabwe
  • Enough blank pages in your passport to fit the required entry visa.

 

Visa Types

Single Entry visa allows for entry into Zimbabwe one time. Once you exit Zimbabwe, the visa cannot be used again.

Double Entry visa allows for up to two entries into Zimbabwe. Valid up to 90 days from the date of issue. Once you have used it for the two entries and two exits, the visa cannot be used again.

Multiple Entry visas – CANNOT be obtained at the port of entry into Zimbabwe. You may enter Zimbabwe on a single entry visa and then obtain a Multiple Entry Visa from the town office – but this may take up to 7 working days to be issued and in many cases is declined – if you need to enter 3 or 4 times rather buy a single entry and then a double entry visa or two doubles, which is a perfectly accepted by immigration.

Children – As of June 2012 – Zimbabwe will now be charging FULL VISA fees for any individual who is required to have a VISA despite their age. This includes infants and children who were previously being exempted from this. This has been imposed with immediate effect. Visa Requirements

See the tables below to find out if you will need a visa to go to Zimbabwe. If you plan on travelling to Zambia as well, read this Zambia Visa page.

Zimbabwe Visa Fees

Visitors coming from Category B countries (listed below) will need to pay a fee for their visa when they arrive at the port of entry, whether it is at the land border or at the airport. Category C nationals who applied for a visa online will also need to pay for their visa on arrival. We strongly advise these visitors to have cash for their visas as credit card machines have become more and more unreliable when it comes to payments for visas.

Here is the fee structure for Zimbabwe visas:

ZIMBABWE VISA FEES
Single Entry US$ 30
Double Entry US$ 45
Multiple Entry – See notes above US$ 55

See the tables below to find out if you will need a visa to go to Zimbabwe. If you plan on travelling to Zambia as well, read this Zambia Visa page.

CATEGORY A:

Countries whose nationals do NOT require a Zimbabwe Visa.

Angola Malta
Antigua & Barbuda Mauritius
Aruba Montserrat
Bahamas Mozambique
Barbados Namibia
Belize Nauru
Botswana Samoa Western
Cayman Islands Seychelles
Congo (DRC) Singapore
Cyprus Solomon Islands
Fiji South Africa
Ghana St Kitts & Nevis
Grenada St Lucia
Hong Kong St Vincent & The Grenadines
Jamaica Swaziland
Kenya Tanzania
Kiribati Tonga
Leeward Islands Trinidad and Tobago
Lesotho Turk & Caicos Islands
Madagascar Tuvalu
Malaysia Uganda
Malawi Vanuatu
Maldives Zambia

South Africa – gratis (FREE) visas issued at point of entry

CATEGORY B:

Countries whose nationals are granted a Zimbabwe Visa at port of entry on payment of requisite visa fees. See costs below

Albania Japan
Algeria Kazakhstan
Andorra Korea (South)
Argentina Kyrgyzstan
Armenia Kuwait
Australia Latvia
Austria Liechtenstein
Azerbaijan Lithuania
Bahrain Luxemburg
Belarus Macau
Belgium Marshall Islands
Bermuda Mexico
Bhutan Micronesia
Bosnia-Herzegovina Moldova
Brazil Monaco
British Virgin Islands Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria

Burundi

*Canada

Cape Verde Islands Chile

**China Comoros Islands Cook Islands Costa Rica Croatia

Cuba

Czech Republic Denmark Dominican Republic Ecuador

Egypt

El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Estonia

Ethiopia Finland France

French Guiana French Polynesia French West Indies Georgia

Germany Gibraltar Greece Guam Guatemala Guyana Haiti Honduras Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran

*Ireland Israel Italy

Netherlands New Caledonia New Zealand Nicaragua Norfolk Islands

Northern Mariana Islands Norway

Palau Island Palestine Panama

Papua New Guinea Paraguay

Peru Poland Portugal Puerto Rico Reunion Romania Russia Rwanda

Samoa (America) San Marino

Sao Tome & Principe Senegal

Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Suriname Sweden Switzerland Tajikistan Turkey Turkmenistan Ukraine

United Arab Emirates

*United Kingdom United States of America Uruguay

Uzbekistan Vatican Venezuela Virgin Islands

* See CATEGORY B: Exceptions Table below

**Only Chinese tourists travelling as a group cleared by Tour Operators and Travel Agencies in the People’s Republic of China qualify. Chinese

business persons and other citizens of the People’s Republic of China as approved by their government need to apply for visas online.

CATEGORY B: EXCEPTIONS
British and Irish
Single Entry US$ 55
Double Entry US$ 70
Canada
Single Entry US$ 75

CATEGORY C:

Countries whose nationals are required to apply for and obtain a Zimbabwe visa prior to travelling.

Now Apply Online. Click on this link eVisa Zimbabwe

Afghanistan Mali
Anguilla Mauritania
Bangladesh Mongolia
Benin Montenegro
Bolivia Morocco
Burkina Faso Myanmar
Cambodia Nepal
Cameroon Niger
Central Africa Republic Nigeria
Chad Oman
China (Non tour) Pakistan
Colombia Philippines
Conakry Qatar
Congo (Brazzaville) Refugee
Cote d’Voire (Ivory Coast) Saudi Arabia
Djibouti Republic Sierra Leone
Eritrea Somalia
Gabon South Sudan
Gambia Sri Lanka
Guinea Sudan
Guinea Bissau Syria
Iraq Taiwan
Jordan Thailand
Korea (DPRK) The Former Yugoslav Republic Of Macedonia
Kosovo Togo
Laos Tunisia
Lebanon Vietnam
Liberia Yemen Rep
Libya
Visa Fees
CATEGORY C: ZIMBABWE VISA FEES
Single Entry US$30 to US$100

Category C nationals can apply for a single or double entry Zimbabwe visa

British Passports Holders

You need a Zimbabwe visa to visit Zimbabwe. This can be obtained from the Zimbabwe Embassy in London or on arrival in Zimbabwe. To be honest it is easier and in most cases cheaper just to get one at the port of entry.

The current charge for a single entry Zimbabwe visa issued on arrival is US$ 55 and US$ 70 for a Double Entry Zimbabwe visa. The KazaVisa is the best option when it is available. Credit cards (mastercard and visa) are accepted but always have a cash reserve just incase the card machines are not working.

Visitors are currently being given entry permission for anything up to 90 days but you are strongly advised to check that the number of days given at the port of entry covers your intended period of stay, although you can apply to have this period renewed and extended if required.

USA Passport Holders

You need a Zimbabwe visa to visit Zimbabwe, this can be obtained from the Zimbabwe Embassy in the United States or on arrival in Zimbabwe. To be honest it is easier and in most cases cheaper just to get one at the port of entry.

The current charge for a single entry Zimbabwe visa issued on arrival is US$ 30 and US$ 45 for a Double Entry Zimbabwe visa, although this could change at any stage. Please read information about the KazaVisa as this might be a better option for you (when it is available) dependant on your movements. Credit cards (mastercard and visa) are accepted but always have a cash reserve just incase the card machines are not working.