Kaza Collection Frequently Asked Questions
The Kaza Park offers something for everyone, and the means of exploring the area range from superior luxury to rustic tented safaris ensure that everyone can afford to visit, no matter what the budget allows.
Making it easier is the Kaza Visa which allows one visa payment when travelling between Zambia and Zimbabwe, instead of the worry of separate payments.
Where to Go in Kaza
The question of where to go when visiting the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation area is akin to asking where to go in Africa, such is the diversity offered in one conservation area. Culture, wildlife, adventure and much more add up to the most diverse safari area in Africa. Encompassing five countries and some of the most iconic safari travel destinations the Kaza Collection experience will never disappoint.
The accommodation on offer in the KazaTransfrontier Park ranges from six star ultimate luxury through fully serviced comfortable tented camps to self-service camping safaris, allowing everyone the chance to experience Africa as it is.
Intimate bush camps allow for an up close experience with nature, luxury lodges in private concession areas provide an exclusive look into Africa’s secrets and the larger lodges and hotels of the more popular tourist spots range in style and budget to provide for everyone.
There are many ways to explore this unique conservation area, from the traditional safari vehicle to boats and traditional-styled dugout canoes, providing a wide choice for the most varied safari ‘vehicle’ experience in Africa.
The Kaza Collection offers dugout canoe trails, traditional canoe safaris, 4x4 lodge and camping safaris, fly-in safaris elephant interaction safaris and even self-drive safaris where we will book the accommodation for you
The KAZA is a vast area, with many routes, attractions and experiences, and we will help you plan an unforgettable African safari, no matter what your interests and preferences
The Kaza Visa allows travel between Zambia and Zimbabwe on a once off visa. The visa costs US$50and is valid for a month for travelling between the two countries. It is also valid for re-entry from Botswana when returning from a visit to the KAZA areas of the country such as Chobe and the Okavango Delta.
It is envisaged to have the visa valid for travel between all five KAZA affiliated countries – Botswana, Namibia, Angola, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Contact the Kaza Collection for more information regarding the Kaza Visa