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Zambia :: Kafue
Category: Civil Infrastructure :: Border Control
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The motorized pontoon ferry operates between the border posts at Kazungula Zambia and Kasane, Botswana. It is one of the largest ferries in South Central Africa crossing the 400 m wide Zambezi River and the ferry has a capacity of 70 tonnes, the ferry carry cargo and people across Zambezi to Kasane. The ferry serves international traffic of three countries directly (Zambia, Botswana and Zimbabwe).This is because the ferry links the Livingstone-Sesheke road to the main North south highway of Botswana through Gaborone into South Africa into Kasane- Victoria Falls road through Zimbabwe. The ferry operating times are between 06h00-18h00 (GMT+2) Time Guideline. (May-16)
|Address :||22km or 22mins NW of Katombora, Zambia|
|Contact :||Kazungula Border Post - Customs Office|
|Tel :||+260(0)21 138 4000|
|Host Website :||Click Here|
06h00-18h00 (GMT+2) Time Guideline
|Comments :||(Rates updated Oct-17).|
|Payment Methods Accepted :||Cash, Foreign Currency|
|Types of Foreign Currency Accepted :||USD|
|Fee/s :||3rd PartyInsurance ZMW400-ZMW500 depending on the type of vehicle; Road Access USD30 valid for a year; Council Levy USD20 per car paid on entry and exit; Carbon tax (up to 3000cc)ZMK150.000; Toll fee USD20 & Ferry USD30; Kazungula district fee: ZMK40 000.|
|Closest Town :||Katombora|
All payments are made in Cash. There is a bank with an ATM where visitors can withdraw cash using their Visa Cards. There is also a bureau de change for foreign currency exchange.
There is a clinic - The Kazungula Weigh Bridge Clinic.
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