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kaza visa

Sydney, Australia
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kaza visa

Hi,we are spending 7 nights in vic falls with a day trip to chobe, then 5 nights in livingstone., then back to vic falls to fly out, will a kaza univisa cover me for all 3 countries, can anyone tell me please? cheers -scott from australia

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Broken Hill...
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Yes it will cover you for all 3 countries. Just be mindful of the fact though that it only covers you for a day trip to Botswana. Also, make sure that you have the $US50.00 for each of you in cash - the credit card facilities do play up!

Sydney, Australia
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thanks for that

Sydney, Australia
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hi , does anyone know if you can obtain the kaza univsa at vic falls airport when you land from your flight?

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Hi Pioneer, yes you can. They have separate desks for single entry, double entry and kasavisas, with an immigration officer there to assist and guide you to the right desk.

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thanks so much

Singleton, Australia
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yes you can get the kaza visa make sure you have the cash with you. Was there 1 month ago and the atms do not work as they wont give any money out. the banks don't have any $ for tourists, so use a cash card where possible and take plenty of US dollars in lower denominations, for taxis etc. SA rand is accepted but at a very bad exchange rate. have fun it will be good.

Singleton, Australia
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Hello again, the locals will not accept zim$$ from tourists so don't bother trying to get some before you go. Clothes are extremely expensive and if you wont to help or give some away some, the locals will ask if you have any spare . Shorts approx.60-90 US $ jeans $250 etc.

regards

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" The locals will not accept Zim$$ from tourists". This is absolutely not true. I have been here since July and use Zim$ (bonds) all the time. What is true is that with the current economic climate some things, such as imported soft drinks, have to be paid in US$. And tourist shops obviously want US dollars. But all bars, restaurants and grocers shops here will gladly accept your bonds should you choose to get some and with the current unofficial exchange rate being about 1:2.6 your money will go a lot further if you pay in bonds. You can of course only get bonds here in Zim, they are not recognized outside the country.

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thanks for that.

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