Zimbabwe has run out of KAZA univisa stickers at all entry points. Harare International Airport, Victoria Falls International Airport, Kazungula Border (Botswana) and the Victoria Falls Border (bridge border Zambia/Zimbabwe), are unable to issue the visa.

Until the situation is resolved, tourists visiting Zimbabwe will have to get either the standard Zimbabwean single-entry ($30), double-entry ($45) or multiple-entry visa ($55, and supported by a letter).

Zambia ran out of stickers few weeks ago and has suspended issuing the KAZA univisa. Zambian single- and double-entry visas are available at ports of entry.

Efforts to get comment from the Zimbabwean and Zambian tourism authorities proved futile at the time of publishing.

The visa allows travellers to remain in Zambia and Zimbabwe for 30 days. It also covers those who visit Botswana for day trips through certain posts and saves tourists a great deal of time and money.