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Visa for Zambia

 

eVisa to Zambia: Basic Information

An eVisa is an electronic document that allows you to enter Zambia. The electronic visa system is available to citizens of visa-exempt countries.

This means that anyone with a passport issued by one of the eligible countries can apply for an eVisa by completing an online application form. The entire process can be fulfilled online so you don’t have to visit the embassy.

The price for issuing an eVisa varies depending on the purpose and length of your stay in Zambia 99 Euro, 129 Euro and 199 Euro.

  • Types of eVisa

    5 types of eVisas can be acquired electronically.

    Single entry eVisa entitles you to enter Zambia once within the timeframe of 90 days.

    Double-entry eVisa is valid for 90 days and allows you to enter the country twice.

    Multiple entry eVisa is a 90 days valid authorisation that enables you to enter the country multiple times.

    Transit eVisa will be permitting you to enter the country in transit purposes multiple times via any of the available land borders. It is valid for 7 days from the date of entry.

    KAZA eVisa is tourism, multiple entry authorisation that will allow you to enter both Zimbabwe and Zambia. It entitles your stay in each country territory for a period of 30 days.

  • List of eligible countries

    To enter Zambia with an eVisa you have to be a passport holder of one of the mentioned countries:

    Afghanistan
    Albania
    Algeria
    American Samoa
    Andorra
    Angola
    Anguilla (UK)
    Antigua and Barbuda
    Argentina
    Armenia
    Aruba (NL)
    Australia
    Austria
    Azerbaijan
    Azores (PT)
    Bahamas
    Bahrain
    Bangladesh
    Barbados
    Belarus
    Belgium
    Belize
    Benin
    Bermuda (UK)
    Bhutan
    Bolivia
    Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Botswana
    Brazil
    Brunei
    Bulgaria
    Burkina Faso
    Burundi
    Cambodia
    Cameroon
    Canada
    Cape Verde
    Cayman Islands (UK)
    Central African Republic
    Chad
    Chile
    China
    Colombia
    Comoros
    Congo
    Congo (Democratic Republic)
    Cook Islands (UK)
    Costa Rica
    Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
    Croatia
    Cuba
    Cyprus
    Czech Republic
    Denmark
    Djibouti
    Dominican Republic
    Ecuador
    Egypt
    El Salvador
    Equatorial Guinea
    Eritrea
    Estonia
    Ethiopia
    Falkland Islands (Malvinas) (UK)
    Fiji
    Finland
    France
    French Guiana (FR)
    French Polynesia (FR)
    Gabon
    Gambia
    Georgia
    Germany
    Ghana
    Gibraltar (UK)
    Greece
    Greenland (DK)
    Grenada
    Guadeloupe (FR)
    Guam (US)
    Guatemala
    Guinea
    Guinea-Bissau
    Guyana
    Haiti
    Hungary
    Iceland
    India
    Indonesia
    Iran
    Iraq
    Ireland
    Israel
    Italy
    Jamaica
    Japan
    Jordan
    Kazakhstan
    Kenya
    Kiribati
    Korea, North (DPR)
    Korea, South
    Kuwait
    Kyrgyzstan
    Laos
    Latvia
    Lebanon
    Lesotho
    Liberia
    Libya
    Liechtenstein
    Lithuania
    Luxembourg
    Macau
    Macedonia
    Macedonia (North)
    Madagascar
    Malawi
    Malaysia
    Maldives
    Mali
    Malta
    Mauritania
    Mauritius
    Mexico
    Moldova
    Monaco
    Mongolia
    Montenegro
    Morocco
    Mozambique
    Myanmar (Burma)
    Namibia
    Nauru
    Nepal
    Netherlands
    New Caledonia
    New Zealand
    Nicaragua
    Niger
    Nigeria
    Norway
    Oman
    Pakistan
    Palau
    Palestinian Territories
    Panama
    Papua New Guinea
    Paraguay
    Peru
    Philippines
    Poland
    Portugal
    Puerto Rico (US)
    Qatar
    Romania
    Russian Federation
    Rwanda
    Samoa
    San Marino
    Sao Tome and Principe
    Saudi Arabia
    Senegal
    Serbia
    Seychelles
    Sierra Leone
    Singapore
    Slovakia
    Slovenia
    Somalia
    South Africa
    South Sudan
    Spain
    Sri Lanka
    Sudan
    Suriname
    Sweden
    Switzerland
    Syria
    Tajikistan
    Tanzania
    Thailand
    Togo
    Tonga
    Trinidad and Tobago
    Tunisia
    Turkey
    Turkmenistan
    Turks and Caicos Islands (UK)
    Uganda
    Ukraine
    United Arab Emirates
    United Kingdom
    United States of America
    Uruguay
    Uzbekistan
    Vanuatu
    Vatican City (Holy See)
    Venezuela
    Vietnam
    Yemen
    Zambia
    Zimbabwe

    If your nationality has not been listed above, you have to contact with the closest Embassy and apply for a regular visa.

  • eVisa Zambia application form

    Complete the application by using the panel on the left. Choose the purpose of your stay and the nationality that is noted on your passport from the available. Click "Apply online" to fill out your application form.

    The final decision and processing time are dependable on the government of Zambia, however, it usually takes up to 3 working days (72h).

    Approved eVisa will be provided to you through the email address given in the application form. After you receive the email you have to print the document out and present it to the customs officials at the airport upon arrival in Zambia.

  • eVisa validity period

    The validity period of an eVisa varies depending on its type:

    • Single, double & multiple entries eVisas are valid for a period of 90 days from the issuance date.
    • Transit eVisa entitles your stay in Zambia for 7 days from the date of entry.
    • KAZA eVisa is valid for 30 days after the issuance date.

    ATTENTION: The validity of your passport has to exceed a period of 6 months from your planned arrival to Zambia.

  • Transit visa information

    If the nationality noted on your passport is mentioned on the list of eligible countries, you are entitled apply for a transit eVisa

    Transit eVisa allows you to enter the country for a period of 7 days from the date provided beforehand in your application form. eVisa entitles your crossing via the land borders only.

    The government of Zambia does not predict any other electronic authorisation for transit purposes. If you wish to travel to Zambia via air, you should get one of the tourist eVisas.

  • Requirements on arrival

    A valid passport and an approved eVisa are the only ones expected to be presented to the customs officials at the airport in Zambia in verification purposes. A physical form, of the mentioned, will be required.

Required documents

Every application has to be matched with the following documents:

  • Passport's biodata page
  • A photograph of the applicant
  • A return ticket
  • Cover letter addressed to the Chief Director of Immigration Office
 

Important information

  • The processing time usually does not exceed a period of 72 h (3 working days).
  • A separate application has to be submitted by anyone who wishes to enter the country territory.
  • A physical version of a granted eVisa has to be carried with to the border of Zambia.
  • An eVisa does not authorize any labour activity.
 

Benefits of Evisa Express

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    Easy application process There are three easy steps to get your eVisa to Zambia. Any issues during the application process can be addressed by contacting our support team
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    Qualified team of expertsA qualified team oversees the processing of every application
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    Guarantee of serviceIf an application is unable to be processed, reimbursement is provided according to the conditions set out by our Terms of Service

Evisa Express is an independent company that offers efficient and professional assistance in obtaining visas. We are not associated with any governmental agency. See Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.

 

Three easy steps to get your eVisa

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    Apply online Fill out basic information on your citizenship and purpose for travel
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    Fill out remaining required information and make an online payment We accept both credit and debit cards and other convenient methods of payment.
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    Check your email Once your payment is confirmed, the eVisa will be sent to the email address you provided in your application.
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