Swaziland visa requirements for Zimbabweans
Travel and visa requirements
Swazi Visa is not required for Zimbabweans
Stay Duration: 30 days
- Service charge of SZL 20 is levied on Visitors arriving at international airports.
- Visitors are expected to hold proof of accommodation as well as proof of adequate funds to cover the expenses throughout their stay.
- There are restrictions to the importation of meat, diary products, fruits, vegetables and plants.
- There are no restrictions on the importation of foreign and local currencies. However, amounts exceeding SZL 15,000 must be declared on arrival.
- at authorized currency exchanges and never with street vendors.
- Public transport is the major means of transportation in Swaziland.
- Swaziland is home to various languages. However, English and Swati are the two official languages of the country.
- Swaziland recognizes Christianity as its predominant religion.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Swaziland a safe country to travel to?
Swaziland is a safe country to visit. Hospitality is an important aspect of Swazi culture and visitors usually experience an overwhelmingly friendly and relaxed welcome. Even though physical violence is not common in the country, visitors are still advised to avoid walking around at night
Is Swaziland in South Africa?
Swaziland is not in South Africa. It is a landlocked country in Southern Africa and is bordered to the East by Mozambique and by South Africa to the North, South and West.
Is Swaziland a malaria-free zone?
Swaziland has very low occurrences of malaria even though Mozambique, the neighboring country is a high risk malaria zone. The country is likely to become the first Southern African country to completely eradicate malaria.