Mozambique visa requirements for Zimbabweans

Mozambican Visa is not required for Zimbabweans

Stay Duration: 90 days

Entry Requirements

  • Citizens of Zimbabwe can travel to Mozambique for a maximum duration of  90 days without a visa or as decided by the Embassy
  • They are required to possess an original passport having at least 6 months validity after arriving Mozambique as well as two blank pages.
  • A certificate of vaccination Yellow Fever is also required
  • Visitors coming on business trips must obtain a work or  business visa.
  • Visitors are required to show proof of an onward/return ticket as well as reserved accommodation or confirmed hotel booking.
  • Pets are required to have an electronic identification chip and be accompanied by a valid health certificate.
  • There are no restrictions on the import and export of foreign currencies provided they are declared on arrival. However, the import and export of the country’s local currency is prohibited.
  • There is no time difference between Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
  • The estimated flight time from Zimbabwe to Mozambique is 1 hours 12 minutes.
  • Mozambique is  located in the Southeast region of Africa.
  • Mozambique is predominantly inhabited by Christians, followed by Muslims. However, about 7.3% of Mozambicans still adhere to their traditional belief.
  • Mozambique is a multilingual country . However, Portuguese is the official language of the country.
  • The country is home to Lago Niassa, the 3rd largest and 2nd deepest lake in Africa.
  • The country’s official currency is the Mozambique Metical.
  • The country uses power plugs and sockets of types C,F and M. The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.
  • The climate of Mozambique is described as tropical having two seasons: the dry season (from October to March) and the wet season ( from April to September).
  • Monte Binga is the highest mountain in Mozambique.
  • Basic phrases to aid communication with locals include: “Bon Dia” which means “Good Morning” and “Obrigado” which means “Thank You”.
  • Corn and Cassava are the staple food in Mozambique with palm wine being a popular drink . However, there are a variety of Portuguese-influenced cuisines to try out such as chocos and macaza.
  • Visitors are advised to carry their passport with them at all times to avoid.
  • Visitors are advised to avoid walking on roads bordered by wooden areas, since criminals may hide there.
  • It is impolite to refuse food when offered.
  • The Islands of Quirimbas, Bazaruto Islands, Lago Niassa ( popularly called Lake Malawi) and the Barra Peninsula are top tourist destinations in Mozambique.