ZIMBABWE FOR PASSPORT HOLDERS | VISA-FREE COUNTRIES

ZIMBABWE FOR PASSPORT HOLDERS | VISA-FREE COUNTRIES

iVisa | Updated on Feb 06, 2020

Travelers from certain countries can apply for an eVisa before their trip to Zimbabwe. The e-Visa application platform allows foreign citizens to apply for their Zimbabwe eVisa 100% online. This saves traveler’s time and it can be purchased from anywhere in the world.

Another thing to consider before traveling to Zimbabwe is that there are a lot of countries that are visa-free. In other words, these countries don't need a visa or any kind of permission if they want to enter Zimbabwe. You'll be able to know which countries these are with the information below.

If you are not from any of the visa-free countries, but you're from other nations like Taiwan or Cambodia, you can get an e-Visa online for Zimbabwe. Continue reading for more information.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) | Zimbabwe e-Visa and Visa Free Countries

Which countries don't need a visa to travel to Zimbabwe?

If you are from the following countries, you can visit Zimbabwe for a maximum of 3 months without needing a visa, just your passport: Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, the Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Botswana, Cayman Islands, Cyprus, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eswatini, Fiji, Ghana, Grenada, Jamaica, Kenya, Kiribati, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malaysia, Malawi, Maldives, Malta, Mauritius, Montserrat, Namibia, Nauru, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Samoa, Seychelles, Singapore, Solomon Islands, South Africa, Tanzania, Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, Tuvalu, Uganda, Vanuatu, and Zambia.

Visitors from Mozambique can stay in Zimbabwe for 30 days without a visa. Just bring your passport.

Visitors from Hong Kong can stay up to 6 months with only their passport.

Do I need a visa to enter Zimbabwe?

Citizens from the following countries do not need a visa to enter Zimbabwe, but you will need your passport:

  • For 30 days: Mozambique
  • For 3 months: Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, the Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Botswana, Cayman Islands, Cyprus, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eswatini, Fiji, Ghana, Grenada, Jamaica, Kenya, Kiribati, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malaysia, Malawi, Maldives, Malta, Mauritius, Montserrat, Namibia, Nauru, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Samoa, Seychelles, Singapore, Solomon Islands, South Africa, Tanzania, Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, Tuvalu, Uganda, Vanuatu, and Zambia
  • For 6 months: Hong Kong

How long does it take to process an e-Visa to go to Zimbabwe?

The processing time of your e-Visa for Zimbabwe depends on your selection of processing time and which visa type you choose.

For the 90-day, single entry visa:

  • Standard Processing takes up to 6 Business Days to complete.
  • Rush Processing takes up to 4 Business Days to complete.
  • Super Rush Processing takes up to 2 Business Days to complete.

For the 90-day, double entry visa:

  • Standard Processing takes up to 6 Business Days to complete.
  • Rush Processing takes up to 4 Business Days to complete.
  • Super Rush Processing takes up to 2 Business Days to complete.

What is the cost of an e-Visa for Zimbabwe?

The cost of your Zimbabwe e-Visa will vary based on which visa you select and the processing speed you decide to employ.

For the 90-day, single entry visa:

  • Standard Processing will make your visa cost USD 55.00 to process your application.
  • Rush Processing will make your visa cost USD 95.00 to process your application.
  • Super Rush Processing will make your visa cost USD 115.00 to process your application.

For the 90-day, double entry visa:

  • Standard Processing will make your visa cost USD 70.00 to process your application.
  • Rush Processing will make your visa cost USD 110.00 to process your application.
  • Super Rush Processing will make your visa cost USD 130.00 to process your application.

How many times can I enter and re-enter Zimbabwe with an e-Visa?

Your 90-day single entry visa will allow you Single Entry into Zimbabwe - so you can enter once and leave once without reentry.

Your 90-day double entry visa will allow you Double Entry into Zimbabwe - so you may enter the country twice on this e-Visa.

When does my Zimbabwe e-Visa expire?

Your 90-day single entry e-Visa for Zimbabwe is good for 90 days after issued

If you choose the 90-day double entry e-Visa for Zimbabwe, your e-Visa will expire in 90 days after issued.

How long can I stay in Zimbabwe with an e-Visa?

90 days in Total is the maximum amount of days you are allowed to stay in Zimbabwe with the 90-day single entry e-Visa.

90 days in Total is the maximum amount of days you are allowed to stay in Zimbabwe with the 90-day double entry e-Visa.

What do I need to apply for a Zimbabwe e-Visa?

To submit your application for your Zimbabwe e-Visa, we will need the following information:

  • Passport - Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months from arrival in Zimbabwe and have at least one blank page.
  • Bio Page - We will need a scan of your passport’s bio page to submit your application.
  • Photo - Turn in a passport-sized photo that was taken within the past three months.
  • Previous Zimbabwe visa - If applicable.
  • Zimbabwe Address - This is to let immigration officials know you have accommodations while you are in Zimbabwe. So, a hotel address, a friend’s house, or a business host should supply you with this information before you apply for a visa.
  • Payment Method - You can pay for your visa using either a credit/debit card or PayPal.

Where can I read more information?

If you still have doubts about this destination, you can enter this page to read more information. Or you can contact iVisa's customer support to receive personal attention.

Now, whether you are going to Zimbabwe for tourism, family visits, or business, you can skip the embassy and get your e-Visa 100% online no matter where you are.

Enjoy the sights and adventures awaiting you in Zimbabwe and safe travels.

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