Kazungula is a small border town on the northern banks of the mighty river Zambezi in Zambia. It marks Zambia's border with three other countries: Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe. The town supports the huge road transit point that is the ferry terminal here. With limited facilities, trucks often have to wait for up to two weeks before being able to cross the river. Kazangula's population services these transient drivers and hoards of locals being ferried to and from Zambia to Chobe in Botswana, every day.
Daily single entry visas cost US$50/day (correct in April 2012).