Surely you have already read the list of reasons to go to Zimbabwe on vacation, which we have made especially for you.

But of course it is not enough to have all this information if you do not have the one that will help you to undertake an unforgettable trip due to its good planning and obtaining information about the site to visit.

For this reason we have prepared this post. From Only One, we will help you make your trip through Zimbabwe healthy and safe.


Entry requirements to the country

As we have already mentioned in the entry requirements for other countries on the African continent, to enter Zimbabwe you will require a passport valid for at least 6 months from the date of entry.

Another thing you need to know is that, due to the current situation, the Zimbabwe authorities require that both upon entering and leaving the country, all travelers present a PCR test for COVID-19 with a negative result carried out within the 48 hours prior.

In addition, as of August 7, 2021, it was mandatory for all travelers to create an account on the page before starting the trip to Zimbabwe and upload the negative PCR certificate to obtain a QR code. We also recommend that you have the negative PCR certificate printed.


Restrictive rules

The following restrictive rules currently apply in Zimbabwe: curfew from 6:30 p.m. to 6:00 a.m., restaurant, bar and church closings, and business hours from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Public gatherings are prohibited, even outdoors. However, hotels, lodges and national parks remain open for tourism, with due precautions. The use of a mask is always mandatory in public spaces, as well as the general measures of social distancing recommended by the WHO.


Vaccinations to visit Zimbabwe

Some vaccinations are recommended for visiting Zimbabwe. The WHO and ISTM recommend the following vaccines: typhoid, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, yellow fever, rabies, and influenza.


Getting informed is important

And last but not least, it is recommended to avoid approaching any political demonstration or concentration, never photograph the security or armed forces, respect the roadblocks and maintain other precautionary measures, paying special attention to the information that disseminate the local media on television and radio, as well as those that are disseminated on the internet and the updates of these travel recommendations.