Zimbabwe Visa – How To Apply For A Zimbabwean Visa
Has Zimbabwe been on your mind for your next trip? If so, you will need to obtain a Zimbabwe visa in order to travel to Zimbabwe for tourism and business purposes. Also, you should make sure that you have a passport that is up to date and in order before your trip to Zimbabwe. Your passport should have a minimum of (2) blank visa pages in it to allow for any visa stamps that will be needed. In addition, your passport should have at least 6 months validity left on it before you travel to Zimbabwe to avoid any unnecessary issues.
For a tourist visa to Zimbabwe, you will need to present the necessary documentations. These documentations include a Zimbabwe visa application form, (2) approved passport photographs, an original, signed United States passport, and an itinerary of your trip to Zimbabwe.
Everything mentioned above in regards to a tourist visa will need to be provided in order to obtain a business visa with two more conditions. A business letter and business invitation will be required for travelers who apply for a business visa to Zimbabwe. A business invitation should describe the applicant, state the applicant’s business activities, and should declare the type of visa along with validity length. A business letter will include the same information as a business invitation with the addition of proof of sufficient funds for your trip to Zimbabwe.
An official visa to Zimbabwe will require applicants to provide a Zimbabwe visa application form, (2) approved passport photographs, an original, signed United States passport and a State Department Letter addressed to the “Embassy of Zimbabwe, Washington, D.C.” The State Department Letter should include the reason for the trip along with travel dates. Also, the letter should contain the applicant’s name and passport number.
Zimbabwe Embassy & Consulate Information
|Embassy & Consulate||Address||Phone Number|
|Embassy of Zimbabwe|
1608 New Hampshire Avenue, NW
District of Columbia
|Consulate General of Zimbabwe|
Additional Zimbabwe Information
|Currency||United States Dollar (USD)|
|Language||Chewa, Chibarwe, English, Kalanga, Koisan, Nambya, Ndau, Ndebele, Shangani, Shona, sign language, Sotho, Tonga, Tswana, Venda and Xhosa|
|Electricity||Voltage: 240 V|
Frequency: 50 Hz
Power sockets: type D / G
|Time Zone||Central African Time (UTC+2)|