No more Yellow Fever requirement for Zambia

International Associations and organisations enticed by Livingstone (Victoria Falls) - Africa’s Adventure Capital and “Wonder of the World” – for their blue-chip Meetings, Conferences and Incentives, have had the impediment of a Yellow Fever inoculation removed.

A World Health Organisation (WHO) review in Geneva on 30 January 2015 cleared the way for the removal of the vaccination requirement for travellers between Zambia and South Africa – good news as MICE business often uses Johannesburg as the quick-and-easy gateway (1hr 30min) to Livingstone (Zambia).

With other positive initiatives completed (such as the uni-visa with Zimbabwe) or strongly contemplated (direct longhaul flights, official tariff reductions) the spotlight will shine ever more brightly on the modern and uniquely-located Victoria Falls Conference Centre (VFCC). This facility, in the heart of Dr Livingstone’s Africa, has a capacity of 280 delegates and overlooks a wildlife waterhole near the banks of the Zambezi River.

TVFCC is on-property at the five-star 77-room Victoria Falls Safari Lodge & Spa and includes a 140 sq m tented patio area for tea breaks or stand-alone events, kitchens and a 250-seater traditional Boma entertainment and  restaurant  area.