Please note that all Covid-19 entry protocols have been removed.
If your feet are starting to swell up after spending too many weekends sitting down, or if you are looking for an adventure in Victoria Falls, we are happy to inform you that Zimbabwe has now opened its doors to flights that are ready to transport hundreds of eager tourists to this remote part of the world.
Do I need a vaccine to travel to Zimbabwe?
No, you're not required to get any specific vaccines to enter this African country.
However, health guidelines strongly suggest that you consider protecting yourself against:
- Malaria, which is spread by mosquitoes in many places in this country, including Victoria Falls.
- Hepatitis A and B
- Cholera, which can be a risk to you and your family in some areas.
Do I need a COVID vaccine or vaccination certificate to enter Zimbabwe?
No, you don't. As of today, COVID-19 vaccination passports or certificates are not mandatory to enter Zimbabwe.
Do I need to get a COVID-19 test to get the Zimbabwe Tourist e-Visa?
No, all Covid-19 entry protocols have been removed.
Do I need to quarantine once I get to Zimbabwe?
No, there are no quarantine requirements in Zimbabwe.
How can I apply to enter Zimbabwe?
You can get a Zimbabwe eVisa with us!
Where can I read more information?
You can reach out to one of the team members via email or chat using the messenger function, which can be found on the iVisa.com homepage.
Zimbabwe is a country in southern Africa with varied terrain and fauna, and it is famous for the Victoria Falls and Bantu ruins.
In this country, you can take advantage of many things to get to know the wildlife of Africa, especially if we talk about reserves and national parks. Such is the case with safaris in Hwange National Park, the largest reserve in Zimbabwe. This park is located in the country's southeast, on the main route between Bulawayo and Victoria Falls. It is home to 105 species of mammals, including 19 large herbivores and eight large carnivores. Zimbabwe's protected species can be found in Hwange, the only protected area where African antelopes and brown hyenas can be seen.
Another famous park in Zimbabwe is Mana Pools National Park, which features Sapi and Chewore safari areas. This place is renowned for having abundant wildlife at Long Pool and Chitake Spring.
You can also visit the Matobo National Park, which is part of the core of the Matobo Hills, an area made up of granite mountainous hills, balanced rocks, and wooded valleys located about 35 kilometers south of Bulawayo.
Are you ready for your trip to this beautiful country? Start your application process here!