Zambia :: Four Nations
Category: Places :: Town Small
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A small town on the border between Zambia and Botswana that’s home to the Kazungula Ferry which transports vehicles across the Zambezi River between the two countries. This border post is part of the major south-north transport line between South Africa’s Durban harbour and Zambia. The Kazungula Bridge is under construction and should be completed in 2020. This will replace the ferry and ease the flow of traffic between the two countries.
|Cellphone Reception :||Good|
|Police Station :||Yes|
|Facilities :||Bank, ATM, Foreign Exchange, Lodging|
At the immigration building in Zambia there is a small bank and an ATM (Visa cards only). (2019).
The parking area around the border post is over full with parked trucks, going back for several kilometers. However behind the trucks there is a small African market with fresh vegetables, small shops with bread and basic food stuffs. (2019).
Restaurants in the area just serve "Pap & stew" for the truck drivers. (2019).
On the Zambian side there is no petrol or diesel stations as the price of fuel is double of that in Botswana.
Locals sell gasoline and diesel out of jerry cans on the black market.
Kazungula in Botswana has petrol stations. (2019).
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