Border Posts and Times as well as Custom Concessions for Zimbabwe Africa
Gonarezhou - Masvingo Province - Zimbabwe
Border Post times for Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe / South Africa
Beitbridge (Bulawayo, Harare / Jo’burg) Open 24 hours
The border post is open to tourists 24 hours a day and from 6 am
to 6 pm for imports and exports.
A bridge toll is payable to cross the Limpopo - Travel Info Update
A road tax per vehicle is applicable
South Africa plans to ease congestion at the Beit bridge border by
introducing two new border posts which will be built at Mapungubwe and Chikwarakwara in Limpopo. Both new border posts will link the Trans-frontier
Zimbabwe bordering South Africa and Botswana
Plumtree 06.00 - 20.00 hrs ■ Kazungula 06.00 - 18.00 hrs
Be careful not to arrive just before closing time. You may not be allowed through, even if there are still some minutes to go.
Check with your nearest Zimbabwean Embassy or Trade Mission for updates
on the above as we cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of the
Private motor vehicles, caravans and trailers may be brought temporarily
into Zimbabwe, provided they are licensed in their home countries and
bear appropriate registration plate and nationality plaque. The International
Certificate of Motor vehicles is recognized in Zimbabwe Vehicles must be insured against third party risks arising in Zimbabwe,
short-term policies are obtainable at border posts. A road tax per vehicle is applicable
Your personal possessions, which are not intended for disposal or consumption in Zimbabwe, are allowed entry duty-free. In addition, other
consumable goods which are not merchandise imported for trade purposes
may be imported up to a value of US$2,500 per person. Alcoholic beverages
may be included within this allowance by persons over the age of 18
years, subject to a limit per person of 5 litres, of which not more
than 2 litres may be spirits. Members of a family travelling together
may aggregate their allowances
Alcoholic beverages may be included within this allowance by persons
over the age of 18 years, subject to a limit per person of 5 litres,
of which not more than 2 litres may be spirits.
Members of your family travelling together may aggregate their allowances.
If you are bringing in commercial goods on a temporary basis (i.e.
news crews bringing in camera equipment etc) you must obtain an invoice
for customs purposes detailing the nature and value of the goods.
Customs may require a deposit or surety to cover the duty of the goods,
whilst in Zimbabwe. A clearing agent should be able to arrange this
if you do not have any cash