Zambia Safaris & Tours

Zambia shares Victoria Falls with its neighbour Zimbabwe, and has somewhat escaped mass-tourism. A large percentage of this land-locked country is set aside as wildlife reserves. Lower Zambezi National Park is best explored by canoe while game walks are an essential Zambian experience in the wildlife haven of South Luangwa National Park.

When to visit Zambia:

In general game viewing is at its best from April to September/October while birding enthusiasts will not be disappointed during the wetter months of December to March.


NZ Passport Holders require a Visa. Single (USD50), Double Entry (USD80) and Day Tripper (USD20) Visas are available on arrival.


Valid for 30 days as long as you remain in Zambia and Zimbabwe you can cross into Zimbabwe/Zambia as frequently as you like within the 30 day period.

It also covers those who visit Botswana for day trips through the Kazangula Borders – it will not be valid if staying in Botswana overnight, in this case you would need to purchase a new Visa.

The UNI-VISA cannot be extended however you can buy a new UNI-VISA (up to 3 per year). You do NOT have to by a UNI-VISA. You can purchase normal single and double entry visas if they suit you better.

The UNIVISA is available only at these Ports of Entry:


> Harry Mwaanga Airport (Livingstone)
> Victoria Falls land border
> Kazangula land border (Border with Botswana)
> Kenneth Kaunda Airport (Lusaka)


> Victoria Falls Airport
> Victoria Falls land border
> Kazangula land border (Border with Botswana)
> Harare Airport


The whole of Zambia is a Malaria area. Please talk to your health professional about precautions.