Passport and visa regulations
|Passport required||visa required||Return ticket required|
|Other EU countries||Yes||1/2||Yes|
Generally required, must be valid for at least 6 months when you leave the country.
Generally required, except for stays of up to 3 months for nationals of the following countries listed in the table above:  Malta and Cyprus. Visa on arrival or e-Visa: Citizens of the following countries, among others, can obtain visas on arrival for a fee for tourist stays of up to 30 days or apply for an e-Visa before travel, provided they have return or onward travel documents and sufficient funds for the stay can show:  (a) EU countries and Switzerland (Exceptions: Citizens of Malta and Cyprus, among others, do not need a visa for stays of up to 3 months); (b) Switzerland; (c) Turkey. The tourist visa is issued upon arrival at Harare Airports, Bulawayo or Victoria Falls and issued at border crossings. The joint KAZA visa for Zambia and Zimbabwe is valid for up to 30 days. Citizens of the following countries listed in the table above can apply for it: (a) Germany, Austria and all other EU countries (exception: Bulgaria, Ireland (Rep.), Malta, Romania and Cyprus); (b) Switzerland; (c) Turkey. be applied for by citizens of the following countries listed in the table above: (a) Germany, Austria and all other EU countries (exception: Bulgaria, Ireland (Rep.), Malta, Romania and Cyprus); (b) Switzerland; (c) Turkey. be applied for by citizens of the following countries listed in the table above: (a) Germany, Austria and all other EU countries (exception: Bulgaria, Ireland (Rep.), Malta, Romania and Cyprus); (b) Switzerland; (c) Turkey.
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Visa on arrival: Single entry: US$30; Double entry: US$45; Multiple entries: US$55. KAZA Visa: US$50.
Visa types and costs
Single entry visa, double entry visa and multiple entry visa.
Visas are valid for stays of up to 6 months. KAZA visa: 30 days.
Otherwise, transit travelers who require a visa and who fly on within 6 hours, do not leave the airport and have valid onward travel documents do not require a transit visa. EU, Swiss and Turkish nationals can apply for a visa on arrival at the Immigration Office. Citizens of a country with visa category C, such as Bolivia or Togo, apply for the visa online at www.evisa.gov.zw. The KAZA visa can be applied for in Zimbabwe at the following border crossings: Kazungula, Victoria Falls, Harare International Airport and Victoria Falls Airport. In Zambia, it can be applied for at the following border crossings: Kazungula, Victoria Falls, Kenneth Kaunda Airport (Lusaka) and Harry Mwaanga Airport (Livingstone).
(a) 1 application form (downloadable from the website of the relevant diplomatic mission). (b) 2 color passport photos. (c) Passport valid for at least 6 months upon entry and copy of passport. (d) Return or onward ticket and proof of travel itinerary. (e) Proof of accommodation (hotel bookings) (f) Proof of sufficient funds for the duration of the stay. (g) Fee (cash upon application, by personal check or bank transfer with receipt) (h) Postage paid, registered mail for delivery of the Visa Slip. (i) Previous visas from Zimbabwe, if any.
Written application to the Chief Immigration Officer, Private Bag 7717, Causeway, Harare.
Proof of sufficient funds
Foreigners must have sufficient funds.
Documents required upon entry
If a visa is required, the visa slip issued by the embassy must be presented upon entry in addition to the passport. If arriving from a yellow fever country, a valid yellow fever vaccination must be presented. Proof of a valid yellow fever vaccination is not required when entering Europe via London or Johannesburg.
Entry with children
German: Machine-readable children’s passport or your own passport. Austrians: Own passport. Swiss: Own passport. Turks: Own passport. Note: The same visa requirements apply to children as to their parents. Since June 27, 2012, children need their own travel document (passport / children’s passport) for trips abroad (also within the EU). Entries of children in the parental passport are no longer possible.