– Updated 26 January 2021 –
Zambia is open to foreign nationals and issuing visitor visas upon entry into the country. Depending on your nationality, travellers can arrive without a visa, obtain a visa on arrival, or apply for an e-visa before travelling to Zambia – visit the Zambia Department of Immigration website for more info. Limited domestic flight schedules are operating twice-weekly between Kenneth Kaunda International Airport and Mfuwe International Airport, and between Kenneth Kaunda and Harry Mwanga Nkumbula International Airport in Livingstone.
Open for international travel – Yes
Health screening and COVID-19 protocols
- Provide a certificate of a negative COVID-19 test that has been conducted within 14 days of arriving in Zambia.
- Adhere to COVID-19 regulations like physical distancing, wearing face masks, and personal hygiene. You will also need to monitor yourself daily for 14 days post arrival for symptoms of the virus and report any occurrence to the nearest health facility.
- Travellers leaving Zambia will only be required to produce a negative COVID-19 test certificate when flying with an airline or to a country that requires said certificate.
Mandatory quarantine – All international visitors are screened on arrival. If you show any signs of COVID-19, you will have to quarantine for 14 days.
Airlines flying into the destination
- Ethiopian Airlines
- Kenya Airways
- Emirates is set to start flying to Zambia from 1 September 2020.
- Proflight Zambia is operating limited domestic flights.
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