Tariffs

APPROVED TARIFFS EFFECTIVE JANUARY 2016

Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (Tariff of Fees) By Laws, 2016

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION.. 3

SECTION 1. 3

1.0 CONSERVATION FEES. 3

1.3 Conservation Fees by Park Category. 4

1.4 ENTRY FEES FOR PRIVATE VEHICLES. 5

1.4.1 Notes on Entry Fees for Private Vehicles. 5

1.4.2 Entry Fees by Vehicle Type. 6

1.5 ENTRY FEES FOR TOUR OPERATORS’ VEHICLES. 7

1.6 CONSERVATION FEES FOR MOONLIGHT VIEWING.. 7

SECTION 2. 7

2.0 ACCOMMODATION FEES. 7

2.2 Cancellation Policy. 8

2.3 Accommodation Fees per Park and Facility. 8

SECTION 3. 13

3.0 TOUR OPERATOR FEES. 13

3.5 River Usage Fees. 15

SECTION 4. 17

4.0 FISHING IN PARKS ESTATE. 17

4.4 COMMERCIAL SEINE/GILLNET FISHING FEES. 18

SECTION 5. 19

5.0 SPORT /COMPETITION FEES IN PARKS ESTATE*. 19

SECTION 6. 20

6.0 CHARGES FOR USE OF AUTHORITY SERVICES AND FACILITIES. 20

6.6 MISCELLANOUS LABOUR CHARGES. 21

SECTION 7. 23

7.0 LICENCE AND PERMIT FEES. 23

SECTION 8. 26

8.0 FEES FOR PERMITS TO COLLECT SAMPLES/SPECIMENS. 26

SECTION 9. 27

9.0 PERMIT FEES FOR EXPLOITATION OF PRODUCTS IN PARK ESTATE. 27

SECTION 10. 28

10.0 FEES FOR GAME AND GAME PRODUCTS. 28

SECTION 11. 34

HUNTING TROPHY FEES FOR : CONCESSION AREAS. 34

SECTION 12. 36

12.0 MISCELLANEOUS FEES. 36

 

INTRODUCTION

It is hereby notified that the Minister of Environment, Water and Climate has, in terms of section 129A of the Parks & Wildlife Amendment Act, 2001 (No.19 of 2001), as read with subsection (1) of Section 97 of the Parks and Wildlife (General) Regulations, 1990, published in Statutory Instrument 362 of 1990, approved the following by-laws made by the Parks and Wildlife Management Authority. These by-laws may be cited as the Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (Tariff of Fees) By-laws, 2016. All charges in this document exclude 15% Value Added Tax (VAT) and 2% tourism levy for both locals and non residents and any other levies which the government may introduce.

Parks fees on accommodation and conservation fees will be guided by the peak and off peak seasons as defined below:

Locals Peak Period-April, August, September, December and all Public Holidays

Foreign Peak Period-Mid June-September.

Peak Period will attract an increase of 10-100%

 

SECTION 1

1.0 CONSERVATION FEES

Notes on conservation Fees for Adults

  1. Tour operator clients will be allowed re-entry in the Park on production of copies of pre-submitted lists and identification details relating to entering clients, except for Rainforest. Individual visitors who exit before the day expires will be required to pay for re-entry on the same day.
  2. Three representatives of a tour operator are entitled free access per entry and free camping.
  3. 2 Tour Operators representatives for every 8 Rafters will be allowed free entry.
  4. Persons resident in Zimbabwe shall be charged the equivalent of the fees charged for Persons not resident in Zimbabwe unless they produce positive identification of their Zimbabwean residence.    
  5. Resident Pensioners above 60 Years to pay 50% on Conservation fees Land/ Conservation fees Water subject to production of Zimbabwean Citizen Identification documents.
  6. Miners to pay conservation fees on a daily basis.

1.2 Notes on conservation fees for children

  1. ALL children who are between 6 and 12 years old will pay 50% of the applicable adult conservation fees.
  2. ALL children under 6 years are exempted from paying conservation fees.

1.3.1 Notes on conservation fees for educational tours

  1. Secondary School children and teachers on educational tours shall pay 50% of the adult’s conservation fees.( Land and Water)
  2. Primary School Children on educational tours shall pay US$1.00 per child and the teachers shall pay 50% of the adult rate.
  3. Pre-school on educational tours shall pay US$0.50/person as conservation fees and the teachers to pay 50% of adult conservation fees.
  4. Universities and college students on educational tours shall pay 50% of the adult’s conservation fees whilst lecturers will pay the full rate.

For all 50% discounts on conservation fees, if the client has no coin, the rates will be rounded up to the nearest dollar.

1.3.2 Pilgrimage Mt Inungu-US$2.00/person

Conservation Fees by Park Category

Conservation Fees – All those visitors to the Parks facilities and Parks concessions will pay daily conservation fees for accommodated visitors whilst those coming as day visitors will pay conservation fees for day visitors as tabulated below.

Conservation Fees                                                                                 

  Daily

Conservation

Fees

Day

Visitors

Locals

Daily

Conservation

Fees

Accommodated

Visitors

Local

 

Daily

Conservation

Fees

Day

Visitors

SADC

 

Daily

Conservation

Fees

Accommodated

SADC

 

 

Daily

Conservation

Fees

Day

Visitors

International

 

Daily

Conservation

Fees

Accommodated

International

US$ US$ US$ US$ US$ US$
Rainforest 7,00 N/A 20,00 N/A 30,00 N/A
Mana Pools/Sapi 8,00 8,00 15,00 15,00 20,00 20,00
Hwange
Main Camp 5,00 3,00 15.00 8.00 20.00 10.00
Robins 5.00 3,00 15.00 8.00 20.00 10.00
Sinamatella 5.00 3,00 15.00 8.00 20.00 10.00
Zambezi 5,00 3,00 12,00 6,00 15,00 8,00
Matusadona 5,00 3,00 12,00 6,00 15,00 8,00
Gonarezhou 5,00 3,00 12,00 6,00 15,00 8,00
Umfurudzi 6,00 3.00 12.00 6.00 15.00 10.00
Matobo 3,00 2.00 12.00 6.00 15.00 8.00
                       
Cunningham 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Chivero 3.00 2.00 8.00 3.00 10.00 4.00
Kariba 5.00 2.00 8.00 3.00 10.00 4.00
Chewore 5.00 2.00 8.00 3.00 10.00 4.00
Nyanga 5.00 2.00 8.00 3.00 10.00 4.00
Kyle 3.00 2.00 8.00 3.00 10.00 4.00
Chizarira 5.00 2.00 8.00 3.00 10.00 4.00
Marongora 5.00 2.00 8.00 3.00 10.00 4.00
Rifa 5.00 2.00 8.00 3.00 10.00 4.00
Mushandike 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Sebakwe 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Haroni, Rusitu 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Umzingwane 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Doma 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Osborne 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Ewanrigg 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Chinhoyi Caves 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Vumba 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Darwendale 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Chimanimani 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Tuli 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Nyamaneche 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Boulton 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Chipinge 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Mbazhe Sanctuary, Nkayi 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Binga 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Tshabalala 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Mupfure, R.P 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Bangala, Chirisa 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Chirinda 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Manjinji Pan 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Dande 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Manjirenji 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Hartley A 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Mazvikadei 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Malipati 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Sengwa Res 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Ngezi 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Chete 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00
Other areas 3.00 1.00 8.00 2.00 10.00 3.00

 

1.4 ENTRY FEES FOR PRIVATE VEHICLES

1.4.1 Notes on Entry Fees for Private Vehicles

  1. Buses – special permission is required and only for resident school children, senior Citizens and the disabled.
  2. Private vehicles and minibuses with a seating capacity above 25 persons, including tour buses and overland trucks, are prohibited, except for Matopo   and Hwange Main Camp. However they will not be allowed for touring in the Park.
  3. Motor cycles are not allowed in the Parks Estate except with a special permit.( Refer to section 7.4 w)
  4. Buses other than those covered in note (a) above should get special permission from the Director-General.
  5. Vehicles into Chinhoyi caves, Vumba, Ewanrrigg and Zambezi Camp lodges will not pay vehicle entry fees.
  6. Vehicle entry fees for Foreign Tour Operators pertain to entry fees into the Park for purposes of handing over clients to a local operator ONLY. Please note Foreign Operators are not allowed to operate in the Parks Estate.

 

  1. Tour Operators Vehicles Pay re-entry after every 7 days if there are on a continuous safari within the Park.

 

  1. Individual vehicles payment is valid for 5 days and pay for re-entry thereafter.

1.4.2 Entry Fees by Vehicle Type

Kyle, Sebakwe,

Matobo,

Osborne, Chivero

Chimanimani and all

Category IV parks( Locally Registered vehicles)

Other Parks- Locally registered vehicles Foreign Registered vehicles( All

Parks)

Saloon vehicles, pickup and 4 wheel drive vehicles 3,00 5,00 10,00
Umfurudzi Park

Saloon vehicle

4×4 vehicles

Umfurudzi Limestone

 

5,00

5,00 p/day

100,00/lorry/entry

 

10,00

10,00 p/day

100,00/lorry/entry

Minibuses-up to 25 seats 15,00 15,00 30,00
Trailers 3,00 5,00 10,00
Caravan 3,00 5,00 10,00
Buses /

Lorries(schools)

10,00 10,00 30,00
Buses/Lorries (other) 20,00 20,00 30,00
Lorries(Mining) 50.00/lorry/entry 50.00/lorry/entry N/A

Note: Minibuses into Osborne- US$10.00(Locally Registered)

 

1.5 ENTRY FEES FOR TOUR OPERATORS’ VEHICLES

Type of Vehicle Operators Clients

Resident in Zimbabwe

Operators Not Resident in Zimbabwe
Vehicles maximum nine seats 10, 00 100.00
Vehicles from ten to nineteen seats 12, 00 120.00
Vehicles from twenty to twenty five seats 15, 00 150.00
Caravan 5, 00 50.00
Trailers 5, 00 50.00
Buses- for whitewater rafting 10, 00 N/A

1.6 CONSERVATION FEES FOR MOONLIGHT VIEWING

1.6.1 Notes on Conservation Fees for Moonlight Viewing
  1. Children under twelve years shall pay half the appropriate adult fee.
  2. Tour operators fee is only applicable if the Operators brings minimum of 15 people per month for moonlight viewing
1.6.2 Moonlight Conservation fees by Client Type

 

Zimbabwean

Resident

Non Resident
Tour Operator’s Clients 10,00 35,00
Walk In Clients 15,00 40,00

SECTION 2

2.0 ACCOMMODATION FEES

2.1 Notes on Accommodation Fees

  1. These fees are for overnight stay in the lodges, chalets, cottages, camping and picnic facilities.
  2. Firewood is provided upon payment of gazetted rates/bundle
  3. Guests who make bookings and occupy Parks accommodation for seven consecutive nights are entitled to one free night within the continuous period.

Accommodation fees are inclusive of 2% tourism levy and 15%VAT for locals foreigners.

  1. Camping and picnic fees are charged per site unless otherwise specified. All ordinary sites take a maximum of 6 people and 2 vehicles, Exclusive and undeveloped sites maximum of 12 people and 3 vehicles.
  2. All children (6-12 Years) shall pay special rates for camping 50% of the adult fee.
  3. Educational tours groups shall pay 50% on camping fees
  4. Accommodation shall be charged per lodge per night, unless otherwise indicated

2.2 Cancellation Policy

  1. Cancellation prior to 14 days   50% refund
  2. Cancellation within 14 days                       no refund
  3. Alteration of booking –prior to 30 days – 15% admin fees

2.3 Accommodation Fees per Park and Facility

  • Accommodation rates will range between the low season and the peak season rate from 10%-100% of off peak rates.
  • Ordinary Camping is charged per site rate for maximum of 3 people whilst most exclusive sites are charged for 6 people with extras paying on arrival at the camp.
  • Ordinary sites- maximum of 6 people/site
  • Exclusive Sites- Maximum of 12 people/site
  • All accommodated clients to pay conservation fees in advance.

Charges per person/night will only apply to walk in clients at station level.

Non Residents Locals
Osborne 2 bedrooms(4beds) 75.00 50.00
 

Standard Campsite per site/night

30.00 15.00
Nyanga-Rhodes 2 Bedrooms(4 beds) 132.00 90.00
1 bedroom(2 beds) 92.00 50.00
Nyanga –Udu 2 Bedrooms( 4 beds) 115.00 70.00
2 Bedrooms(6 beds) 132.00 90.00
Nyanga- Mare 2 bedrooms(4 beds) 86.00 60.00
2 bedroomed lodge no 5 86.00 70.00
1 bedroom( 2 beds) 69.00 35.00
Standard Campsite per site/night
30.00 15.00
Chivero 2 bedrooms(4 beds),Kingfisher 86.00 60.00
&Fish Eagle,Mockingchart,Hornbill 86.00 60.00
Lodge(Standard Grade)4 beds 75.00 50.00
Chalets 2 bedrooms(4 beds) 45.00 35.00
Chalets 1 Bedroom (2 beds) 30.00 20.00
Standard Campsite per site/night
30.00 15.00
Picnic sites/site( maxm of 6
people/site/day 30.00 15.00
Ngezi Lodge 2 bedrooms (4 beds) 86.00 70.00
Ski Lodge 75.00 60.00
Lodge 1 bedroom(Honeymoon 2 beds) 50.00 40.00
Chalet 1 bedroom (2 beds)
34.00 30.00
Standard Campsite /site/night 30.00 15.00
Undeveloped Campsite/site/night 30.00 15.00
Kyle Lodge 3 bedrooms (8 beds)Waterbuck 143.00 100.00
Lodge 2 bedrooms(4 beds) 115.00 65.00
Lodge 1 bedroom 2 beds 86.00 50.00
Standard Campsite/Caravan per site/night 30.00 15.00
Gonarezhou
Mabalauta Camping per site/night 50.00 30.00
Exclusive Campsites/per site 90.00 45.00
Platform/Site 90.00 45.00
Swimuwini Lodge 1 bedroom 2 beds 86.00 50.00
Lodge 2 bedrooms(4 beds) 115.00 75.00
Trichellia(4 beds) 143,00 100.00
Chipinda Pools Standard Campsite per site/night 50.00 30.00
Undeveloped Campsite/site/night 90.00 45.00
Tented Camps (2 beds) 115.00 70.00
Tented Camps (4 beds) 138.00 90.00
Extra stretcher beds $10/night 11 10
Sebakwe Lodge 1 bedroom 2 beds 60.00 46.00
Lodge 2 bedrooms(4 beds) 75.00 60.00
Camping per site/night 30.00 15.00
Matobo Lodge 2 bedrooms(Eagles 3 beds) 230.00 160.00
Renovated Lodge 2 bedrooms (3 beds) 206.00 130.00
None Renovated lodge 2 bedrooms(3beds) 103.00 65.00
None renovated Lodge 1 bedroom 2 beds 86.00 50.00
   
Imbila Executive Lodge(2 bedrooms) 285.00 192.00
White Rhino Lodge Executive ( 3
Bedrooms-7 beds) 160.00 120.00
Chalet 2 bedrooms 4 beds 69.00 40.00
Chalet 1 bedroom(2 beds) 40.00 20.00
Camping/Caravan/ per site/night 30.00 15.00
Hwange   Picnic Sites/Overnight Use/person,

Jambile &,Mandavu

(Max 3 people any extras to pay on arrival)

90.00 45.00
Picnic Sites/Overnight Use/Site,

Shumba, Ngweshla, Masuma, Deteema, Kennedy 1 (Max 6 people, any extra to be charged US$29 per person, if locals US$15 per person. )

             173.00 115.00
Picnic sites walk in clients rate/person 29.00 15.00
Camping per site/night 50.00 30.00
Guvalala Platform /site 90.00 45.00
Main Camp Lodge 2 bedrooms 4 beds 115.00 75.00
Lodge 1 bedroom 2 beds 86.00 50.00
Cottage 1 bedroom 2 beds 69.00 40.00
Cottage 2 bedrooms 4 beds 86.00 50.00
Chalet 2 bedrooms 4 beds 69.00 40.00
Chalet 1 bedroom 2 beds 40.00 20.00
Sinamatella Lodge 2 bedrooms 4 beds 115.00 75.00
Lodge 1 bedroom 2 beds 86.00 50.00
Chalet 2 bedrooms 4 beds 69.00 40.00
Chalet 1 bedroom 2 beds 40.00 20.00
Camping per site/night (3 pax) 50.00 30.00
Nantwich Lodge 2 bedrooms 4 beds 138.00 75.00
Robins Camp Lodge 2 bedrooms 4 beds 86.00 50.00
Chalet 2 bedrooms 4 beds 69.00 40.00
Chalet 1 bedroom 2 beds 46.00 20.00
Isilwane Lodge (3 bedrooms)6 beds 229.00 140.00
Zambezi Lodge 2 bedrooms 4 beds 138.00 80.00
Bush camps/person 50.00 30.00
Vendor Stalls/month
Mana Pools Special Lodge 2 bedrooms 8 beds 250.00 200.00
Standard Lodge 2 bedrooms 4 beds 150.00 100.00
Standard Campsite per site/night (Nyamepi)-For 3 people

4,7,8,10,12,13,14,15,24,26,28

70.00 30.00
Standard Campsite per site/night other (Nyamepi)
(6 pple max) 115.00 75.00
Exclusive Campsites/site( 6 pple max,
any extras to pay US$30p/p/n 172.00 115.00
Chitake Exclusive Camps/site( 6 pple
max, any extra to pay US$45 230.00 150.00
Exclusive sites for 3 people/night- N/Ndungu 1 & 2 & Chitake 2 90.00 45.00
Chitake Picnic site – day use (6 pple maximum)-only when site is not booked. 34.00 45.00
Tour Operators Site/site for up to   people and extras to pay (Mucheni 1, 4, Old Ndungu 1, Old Ndungu 2) US$30.00/person/night

Chitake 3 –   max 6 people

$172.00

 

 

 

$230.00

$172.00

 

 

 

$230.00

Ordinary sites
to be charged per person on arrival Standard Campsite per site/night 23.00 10.00
Matusadona Exclusive Lodge 9 beds 138.00 75.00
Standard Campsite per site/night 50.00 30.00
Kazuma Pan Makeshift Campsites/site 70.00 36.00
Vumba Standard Campsite per site/night 30.00 15.00
Lodges 2 bedrooms 4 beds 75.00 50.00
Chimanimani Mountain Hut per bed 9.00 5.00
Standard Campsite per site/night 30.00 15.00
Undeveloped Campsite/person 30.00 15.00
Darwendale Lodge 2 bedrooms 4 beds 75.00 50.00
Standard Campsite/Caravan per site/night 30.00 15.00
Picnic Sites/site for 6 people 9.00 5.00
Kariba,
Nyanyana Lodge 3 bedrooms 6 beds 103.00 75.00
Mashuma Camp Bush Camp/Site 30.00 15.00
Standard Campsite per site/night 30.00 15.00
Chinhoyi Standard Campsite per site/night 30.00 15.00
Picnic (per site maxm 6 pple) 10.00 5.00
Chizarira Bush Camp /site 50.00 30.00
Cunningham/M
ayfair dam Standard Campsite per site/night 30.00 15.00
Mushandike Hostels per person 15.00 10.00
Bass Lodge 5 Beds 103.00          60.00
Boulton
Atlantica Lodge 2 Bedrooms 86.00 75.00
Per Person Rate 65.00 50.00
Per Per Person Sharing 45.00 35.00
Umzingwane Standard Campsite per site/night 30.00 15.00
Chewore North Standard Campsite per site/night 30.00 15.00
Nyamaneche Standard Campsite per site/night 30.00 15.00
All Park Stations Hiring Extra Bed per night 23.00 15.00
Late Check out rate 15% of the value but should not exceed 1300hours

Please note that limited camping sites which are charged per person can be booked direct with the respective stations      

SECTION 3

3.0 TOUR OPERATOR FEES

Operators and license holders who fail to renew their permits/licenses annually will be charged renewal feel for the number of years they have not been operating in addition to penalty fees. The penalties shall be $20.00 per month

3.1 Fees for Tour Operators Annual Game Drive Permits

Tour operator’s Game Drive permit Local Operators

Charge/Annum

Nyamatutsi Wilderness Area 5000.00
Manapools & Hwange 800.00
Matopos 600.00
Gonarezhou,Zambezi and Matusadona 500.00
Chivero,Kariba,Nyanga,Kyle,Chizarira,Chimanimani and others 100.00
Seating capacity up to 9 40,00
Seating capacity of between 10 to 19 80,00
Seating capacity of between 20 to 25 100,00

3.2 Fees for Tour Operators Annual Walking Permit

Park Category Resident Tour Operator
Rainforest & Mana Pools 800,00
Hwange 600,00
Gonarezhou,Matopo,Zambezi and Matusadona 500,00
Chivero,Kariba,Nyanga,Kyle,Chizarira,Chimanimani and others 500,00

 

3.3 Fees for Boat Cruise Permits 3.3.1 Upper Zambezi

Tour Operator’s Boat Cruise permit fees 2000,00
Single Decker: 0-20 seats 120,00
                        21-30 seats 160,00
                         31-40 seats 200,00
                         41 seats and above 240,00
                         Double Decker 280,00
Extra Boat Fees 1500,00
Dinner Cruise Permit 1000.00
3.3.2 Other Cruise Permits
Kariba Tour Operator’s Cruise permit fees 1000,00
Kyle & Other Areas 500.00
Single Decker:0-20 seats 40,00
                         21-30 seats 60,00
                         31-40 seats 80,00
                         41 seats and above 100,00
Double Decker: 120,00
3.4.1 Permit Fees for Sailing Boats & Yachts per annum inclusive of launching fees
Yachts and sailing boats Charge per annum
1-4       Licensed berths…………………………………………………….. 405,00
5-8       Licensed berths……………………………………………………. 406,00
9-16     Licensed berths………………………………………………….. 407,00
17-32   Licensed

berths…………………………………………………

408,00
3.4.2 Permit Fees for Houseboats per annum inclusive of launching fees
Category 1-4 Berths 5-8 Berths 9-16

Berths

17-32

Berths

33-64

Berths

65 Berths and over
KA- Company

Boats

420,00 440,00 460,00 480,00 500,00 520,00
KA-     Individual

Boats

410,00 415,00 420,00 425,00 430,00 435,00
KF -Commercial

Boats

450,00 500,00 550,00 600,00 650,00 700,00
3.4.3 Permit Fees- Transporters Houseboats

US$2000/annum inclusive of launching fees

US$600/annum inclusive of launching fees

3.4.4 Permit Fees- Commercial Motorized Boats

US$500.00/annum inclusive of launching fees

3.4.5 Permit Fees- Dingies

US$200.00/annum inclusive of river usage and launching fees- excluding fishing fees

3.5 River Usage Fees

Please note that River Usage fees will only be paid where entry fees is not enforceable. Therefore all clients accessing the Park through controlled entry points will only pay entry fees and not river usage fees and vice versa.

Resident Regional International
River Usage Boat Cruise Upper Zambezi/person/day 5,00 10,00 10,00
River Usage Rafting/Canoeing 5,00 10,00 10,00
River usage Houseboat/Sailing Boats/Speed Boats going for more than a day /person/night( excluding fishing) 3,00 6,00 8,00
River Usage Other Areas/Speed

Boats/cruise boats

Kariba/person/Day

5,00 10,00 10,00
River Usage Binga/person/day 5,00 10,00 10,00
River Usage/Sanyati /Ume/person/day 5.00 10.00 10.00
Boat launching Fees/boat 5.00 10.00 10.00

Boat launching fees to be charged where Parks is offering launching facilities such as Ngezi

 

3.5.1 Private Canoeing in the Lower Zambezi—-US$10.00 for Locals and US$20.00 for Non Residents /day as camping fees and River usage fees of

US$10.00/person/day for Non Residents and US$5.00/person/day for Locals

3.5.2 Canoeing (other areas) per day per person…US$5.00 for Residents/US$10.00 for Non Residents plus entry fees

3.6 Canoeing Annual Permit Fees/Sector

  1. Mana Pools Shoreline – US$800
  2. Kariba-Chirundu Sector – $400.00
  3. Chirundu-Manapools – US$800.00
  4. Mana Pools-Kanyemba – S$400.00
  5. Upper Zambezi – US$800.00
  6. Kariba Shoreline – US$400.00

Client Fees: US$10.00 for Locals and US$20.00 for Non Residents /day as camping fees and River usage fees of US$10.00/person/day for Non Residents and US$5.00/person/day for Locals. Note camping fees for designated sites will be as per gazette.

3.7 Whitewater Rafting Annual Permit

The annual permit shall be US$2400, 00 per sector excluding client river usage

fee of Non Residents US$10.00 or US$5.00 for residents per person per day

 

3.8 Kayaking Annual Permit

The annual permit shall be US$800, 00 and client river usage fees/person will apply

 

3.9 Parasailing Annual Permit

The annual permit shall be US$400, 00 and client river usage fees/person will apply

3.10 Motorized Raft Annual Permit

The annual permit shall be US$1200, 00 and client river usage fees /person will apply

3.11 Float plane Annual Permit

The annual permit shall be US$2400, 00 per passenger seat plus client   fees /person will

apply

              

3.12 Aerial Game/Scenic Viewing Annual permit

  1. Ultra light planes shall be charged US$2000, 00 per aircraft plus client entry fee of U$5, 00 for Locals, SADC $7,00 and US$10, 00 for Internationals per client
  2. Fixed wing planes shall be charged U$1600, 00 per aircraft plus client entry fee of US$5, 00 for Residents and US$8, 00 for Non Residents per client
  3. Helicopters shall be charged US$20 000.00 per aircraft plus client entry fee of US$5, 00 for Residents and US$10, 00 Non Residents per client

3.13 Annual Permit to Keep and Utilize Domesticated Wildlife for

Commercial/Tourism Activities

The annual permit shall be US$3200, 00

3.14 Sport Fishing by Tour Operators

  1. Upper Zambezi and Other areas

The annual permit shall be US$400, 00 excluding daily conservation fees and river usage fees which shall only be charged where conservation fees are not enforceable.

  1. Sapi -US$5000.00 including daily client river usage fees
  2. Mana Pools Tour Operators
    1. The annual permit shall be US$500, 00 excluding daily client river usage fees
    2. Storage Fees of US$300.00/annum

SECTION 4

4.0 FISHING IN PARKS ESTATE

Notes of fishing

  1. A bag limit of 5 fish per day
  2. Fishing is charged per person and excludes river usage fees unless where specified.
  3. A maximum of 2 fishing rods with a maximum of 3 hooks shall be allowed per person

 

 

4.1 Fishing Fees in Parks Estate

Area Daily Weekly Monthly Annually
Locals Non

Res

Locals Non

Res

Locals Non

Res

Locals Non Res
Kariba/Person 5 10 20 N/A 60 N/A 600 N/A
Other Dams/Person 3 5 12 N/A 36 N/A 360 N/A
ManaPools & Lower Zambezi/Person 5 10 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Angling in all dams inclusive of river usage fees/person 10 20 40 N/A 120 N/A 1200 N/A

4.2 Cray Fishing

  1. Ordinary Cray fishing permit – $5 / day /3 nets (cray fishing nets have to be approved by Parks officials)
  2. Commercial Cray Fishing Permit-US$100.00/50 Cages/Month

4.3 Fishing fees for communities around the lakes

Local Communities to be charged US$1.00/person/day for rod and line fishing for subsistence (Maximum of 5 fish per day) Excluding Chivero and Darwendale

Any fishing for commercial purposes to be charged normal fees

4.4 COMMERCIAL SEINE/GILLNET FISHING FEES

(a)

  1. Chivero……………………………10 000 US$/Annum
  2. Darwendale,……………………………….US$10 000, 00/Annum Kariba——————–TBA
  3. Mazvikadei, Cunningham, Osborne, Umzingwane, Manjirenji, Bangala,

Sebakwe, Ngezi….. US$1000, 00/Annum

v.   Kyle……………………….US$1000.00

(b) Kapenta fishing permit (Kariba) per Unit.………… US$2500.00 (Base Price)

Actual to be based on turnover

  • Non concession area……………………………………………..……….To be based on turnover
  • Gill net fishing block permit (Binga Rural Council and Nyaminyami)… US$3200/

Annum

  • Permit to fish in Kanyemba (Zambezi River)….……US$800/Annum
  • Fishing permit on private dams…………………..US$50/Annum

All commercial fishing operators are required to submit returns to the warden of the area of their fishing operation and a Parks and Wildlife Management Authority officer assigned by the Authority shall be given unhindered access to fishing records.

SECTION 5

5.0 SPORT /COMPETITION FEES IN PARKS ESTATE*

5.1 Angling

For both Resident and Non Resident participants, angling competitions shall be charged at US$20.00 per person per day and this includes river usage and or entry fees and fishing fees.

5.1.1 Angling in Kyle shall be charged at US$15.00/person/day and this includes river usage and or entry fees

5.2 Rafting

For both Resident and Non Resident participants, Rafting Tournaments shall be charged at US$25.00 per person per day for a maximum of 50 competitors and this includes river usage and entry fees.

5.3 Regatta

For both Resident and Non Resident participants, Regatta Tournaments shall be charged at US$20.00 per person per day for a maximum of 50 competitors and this includes river usage and entry fees.

5.4 Sailing and Yachting

For Resident and Non Resident participants, Sailing and Yachting competitions shall be charged at US$15.00 per person per day and this includes river usage and entry fees.

5.5 Marathon and Cycling Competitions

  1. a) Matobo Tournaments….US$500.00 excluding entry fees

b)Vicfalls Cycle Event…..US$500.00 excluding entry fees

  1. c) Vicfalls Marathon……….US$200/day excluding entry fees

 

5.6 Diving

Residents shall be charged US$10, 00 per person per day whilst Non Residents shall be charged US$100 per person per day.

5.7 After Tournaments Functions

Kariba Tiger Tournament: US$1500, 00

Other Areas: US$500.00

  • Sporting Tennis Court-Matopos
  1. a) Use of tennis court per day US$50.00
  2. b) Hire of Sporting Equipment @US$5 per 2 hours

 

SECTION 6

6.0 CHARGES FOR USE OF AUTHORITY SERVICES AND FACILITIES

6.1 Rental of equipment

Rental of Canoes for a maximum of 4 hours shall be US$10, 00 per hour

Rental of Rowing boats shall be US$5 per hour

 

6.2 Landing Fees

Landing Fees In Parks Estate Resident US$ Non-Resident US$
Non Commercial flights per landing 10,00 25,00
Commercial flights per annum/parkmaximum of 4 aircrafts 800,00 2 000,00
Commercial flights per landing 50,00 150,00
Use of Hangar per day 20,00 30,00

6.3 Hire of Authority Employees for Guided Tours.

       A maximum of 6 people and a minimum of 3 people are required for a guided tour to take place. Charges for hire of services of Authority employees for guided tours per hour or part thereof shall be as follows;

Resident – US$5, 00/client/hour

Non Resident – US$10, 00/client/hour

 

6.4.1Guided Tours with Less Than 3 People

Charges for hire of services of Authority employees for guided tours with less than 3 people per hour or part thereof shall be as follows;

Resident – US$15, 00/hour

Non Resident – US$30/hour

 

6.4.2 Guided Tours Chimanimani

Guided tour US$25.00/employee/day( Maximum of 5 clients/employee)

Compulsory Deposit Fee: US$100.00/person( Refundable)

Search and Rescue Fee: US$100.00/person/day

 

 

6.4.3.Unguided Walking Manapools

  1. $10 per/person/ day for Zimbabweans
  2. $15 per/person/ day for foreigners;
  3. The option of hiring a ranger still remains at the gazetted price;
  4. All persons found walking without a permit will be fined $100;

 

6.5 Overnight Trails

   6.5.1 Wilderness Trails

These are done for more than one day and a maximum of 6 people are required. Charges for hire of services of Authority employees for wilderness trails shall be as follows;

Resident – US$25, 00 per person day for the first 3 days and US$15, 00 per person   thereafter.

Non Resident – US$50, 00/person/day for the first three days and US$40, 00 per day thereafter.

 

6.5.2 Rhino Walking Trails_

US$70.00/person/ 3hours for Non Residents and US$40/person/3 hours for Locals

Matopos:US$35.00 for 3 hours local rate

6.5.3 Educational Tours

Conservation Fees as per tariff

Hiking/Walking Trail Fees/Child US$1.00

Guiding Services US$25.00/guide per bus

 

6.6 MISCELLANOUS LABOUR CHARGES

6.6.1 Service Charges for PAC Duties

a) Individuals and Public Organizations

Charges of PAC Per employee, per hour or part thereof shall be US$10, 00 excluding transport

Charges of PAC per employee, per day or part thereof shall be US$20.00 excluding transport and T&S allowances

b) Private Institutions

Charges of PAC Per employee, per hour or part thereof shall be US$20, 00 excluding transport

Charges of PAC per employee, per day or part thereof shall be US$50.00 excluding transport

If client has no transport AA rates will apply.

6.6.2 Hire of Service for Antipoaching

Hire of service for antipoaching per employee, per day or part thereof shall be

US$5, 00 excluding transport

6.6.3 Hire of Services Specialized Hunts

Per employee, per hour or part thereof shall be US$10, 00

Per employee, per day or part thereof shall be US$50, 00

6.6.4 Hire of service other

Per employee, per hour or part thereof shall be US$20, 00

Per employee, per day or part thereof shall be US$50, 00 excluding transport and T&S allowances

6.6.5 Hire of Service for Environment Impact Assessment by Parks staff– US$300.00/person /day excluding transport, accommodation and T&S allowances.

6.6.6 Assessment of suitability of facilities located outside Zimbabwe for introduction of live wildlife specimens properties outside Zimbabwe US$1000.00 /person/day excluding Airfares, Accommodation and T & S allowances.
6.6.7 Assessment fees others

US$100.00/person/day excluding transport, accommodation and T&S allowances.

6.6.8 Hire of Service for monitoring translocation

Hire of service for translocation duties shall be US$200, 00 per day/employee

6.6.9 Hire of Service to capture
  1. Hire of service to capture plain game shall be US$1000, 00 per day excluding transport and T&S allowances
  2. Hire of service to capture dangerous animals shall be US$1500.00
6.6.10
a) Hire of service Catering

Maximum of 20 people @ US$20.00/meal

Any extra up to 40 to pay US$0.75/person/meal

Any extra up to 60 people to pay US$0.50/person/meal

Any Extra from 61 people to pay US$0.30/person/meal

  1. b) Hire of Service Catering-Matopos

Breakfast: US$1.00/person

Lunch and Dinner: US$1.50/person

100 people and above will be charged US$1.00/person for all the meals

 

6.7 Hire of Authority’s Motor vehicles

  1. Distances shall be calculated on the basis of the distances prevailing in the current distance chart as prepared and provided by the Automobile Association of Zimbabwe or by the Central Mechanical and Equipment Department Pvt Ltd.
  2. Charges for the hire and use of a vehicle shall be calculated on the basis of hire charges as set out by the Central Mechanical and Equipment Department Pvt Ltd. Or Automobile Association of Zimbabwe
  3. Charges for the hire and use of Parks and Wildlife Authority’s vessels shall be on cost recovery basis and excludes costs of fuel and lubricants or shall be calculated on the basis of the hire charges as set out by the Central Mechanical and Equipment Department Pvt Ltd.
  4. The Authority may waive any of the above charges or provide free services, where in its opinion, conservation interests are at stake or human life is threatened.
  5. A 20% administrative charge shall be payable in addition to any other charge for sundry expenses.

SECTION 7

7.0 LICENCE AND PERMIT FEES

7.1 Trophy and Ivory Dealers

Permit /License Charges-US$
Dealers application fee (non-refundable)………… 10,00
Breeders application fee (non refundable)…………. 10,00
Trophy Dealer’s Initial Inspection Fee 100,00
Ivory Manufacturer’s Initial Inspection Fee 200,00
Fishing Net Dealer’s Licence initial Inspection fee 100,00
Fishing Net Dealers Licence per annum 500.00
Trophy Dealer’s licence per annum 800,00
Trophy retailer’s Licence per annum 800,00
Return book, per book……………………… 20,00
Ivory Manufacturers Licence per annum…………… 1200,00
Ivory carver’s Licence per annum per

person……………

800,00
Fee for approved quotas 200,00
Fish dealer’s permit 250/annum/20.00/month
Game meat dealer’s permit per annum 500.00
Game meat retailer’s licence per annum 300.00

7.2 Research Permits

  1. a) Research Permits

Students not resident in Zimbabwe shall pay US$500, 00 per park

/researcher

International Researchers/Research NGOs not resident in Zimbabwe-

US$200.00/park/researcher

Research permits for local students –US$50.00/park/researcher

Local Research NGOs and Universities-US$100.00/park/researcher

Research organizations with MOUs will be guided accordingly

7.3 Hunters’/Guides’ Licenses and Examinations

Professional Hunters/ Guides (practical exam) US$200,00
Professional Canoeing (practical exam) US$100,00
Learner Professional Hunter Exam US$25, 00 per subject
Professional Guide’s Licence US$100, 00 per annum
Professional Hunter’s Licence US$200, 00 per annum
Learner’s Hunter Licence US$50, 00 per annum
Canoe special paper theory US$40.00
River guide authority licence US$100, 00 per annum
Learners Guides oral examination US$30, 00 per annum

7.4 Miscellaneous Permits/Licences

  1. Live Wildlife Seller’s Licence – US$200, 00
  2. Wildlife Ranching Inspection Fee – US$100, 00
  3. Wildlife Ranching Licence – S$150,00
  4. Wildlife Captive Breeding Licence,   Crocodiels – US$1000, 00
  5. Wildlife Captive Breeding Licence,   other Animals – US$400, 00
  6. Wildlife Captive Breeding Licence, (Birds and fish) – US$200, 00
  7. Ranching / Captive / Breeding return Book – US$20, 00
  8. Levy on exportation of fertile eggs – 20% of value
  9. Permit to keep specially protected plants – US$20, 00
  10. Permit to propagate & sell specially protected plants – US$250, 00
  11. Permit to keep specially protected animal species falcons & parrots – US$500,

00

  1. Permit to keep specially protected animal species including falcons & parrots on a smaller scale – US$300, 00
  2. Domestic Permit to keep specially protected animal species including falcons

& parrots (Not More than 2 Birds) – US$50.00/specie

  1. Permit to keep certain animals in captivity- US$200.00
  2. Permit to keep trophies for traditional purposes – US$50.00 per annum
  3. In transit Permit – 2% of value, subject to minimum permit fees of $50, 00
  4. Translocation permit – 2% of total value based on gazette trophy fees
  5. Capture and Translocation Operator’s Licence/Permit – US$5000, 00 (this is an annual permit to register and be licenced to do the business of capturing and translocating wildlife. Note that a translocation permit for the animals will still be required)
  6. Permit to move live animals for educational purposes (within Zimbabwe) per animal -US$50-00
  7. Permit Replacement Fee-US$200.00
  8. Permit to poison baboons- US$100.00/property
  9. Levy on exportation/Importation of live animals-10% of market value as determined by Parks
  10. Permit to use motorcycle in the Parks Estate fee-US$50.00 per park(Maximum of 3 motorcycles per permit)
  11. Late Registration of ivory-US$500.00
  12. Change of shareholding/Directors in a company to attract 10% of the annual lease fee

7.5 Filming/Photography Permits

Note: The Authority will use its discretion to determine whether or not a filming/photography permit is required by a tourist. Any equipment deemed to be commercial and without the necessary permits will be impounded by the Authority. The cameras or filming equipment will only be released after payment of penalty and impounding fees.

Commercial, documentary and educational filming and photography (per day or part thereof) shall be charged as follows;

Persons resident in Zimbabwe

a)Rainforest, Hwange and Manapools-US$300.00/crew /day

  1. Other areas-US$100.00 /crew/day
  2. Moonlight Filming-US$1000.00/crew/prescribed hours
  3. Night Filming-US$850/Crew/night

Persons not resident in Zimbabwe

  1. Rainforest, Hwange and Manapools –US$500/crew/day
  2. Other Areas-US$350.00/crew/day
  3. Moonlight Filming-US$1500.00/crew/prescribed hours
  4. Night filming- US$850/Crew/night
  5. Guiding fees – US$100/guide/day

Note: A copy of the research document, film, or documentary should be submitted to Parks and Wild life Management Authority and the Authority reserves the rights to use photographs, information and results of the study undertaken in its estates.

All filming crew to pay applicable entry fees at 50% of the normal rate.

Crew is maximum of 6 members only.

7.6 CITES Documentation

  1. Permit (per permit) (Import/Export) and other (transit Permit) – 2% of value

(If 2% of the trophy fee is less than US$50, 00 general permit fee will apply)

  1. Fee for processing general permits – US$50, 00
  2. Renewal of permits, (per permit) (Import/Export) and other (transit Permit)

– US$200,00

  1. Hunting Permit – US$50, 00
  2. Tags (per tag)…cites tags plastic – US$15, 00
  3. Tags,(per tag)…Cites Tags, metal – US$15,00
  4. Elephant hide tag (per tag) – US$5, 00
  5. CITES NP 11 books – US$20, 00
  6. CITES NP 1 books – US$30, 00
  7. Processing of TR2 Form/per form – US$5.00
  8. Purchase for TR2 form/form – US$2.00
  9. Special hunting permits-Dangerous game (Incl using bow & arrow, & handgun) – US$1500, 00
  10. Special hunting permits-Plain game (Incl using bow & arrow, & handgun) –

US$100, 00

  1. Special Hunting Permit Using Dogs – US$1500.00/pack
  2. Pack dog registration….US$200.00/pack(12 dogs)
  3. Backpacker hunting – US$300, 00
  4. Cites security seal – US$3, 00 (covered if 2% value of trophy is paid)
  5. Firearms Certificate Application Form – US$10, 00
  6. Replacement of lost permits (per permit)(import/export)-$500.00

 

SECTION 8

8.0 FEES FOR PERMITS TO COLLECT SAMPLES/SPECIMENS

8.1 Notes on Collection of Specimens

  1. The fee fixed for each permit is chargeable regardless of whether any sample or specimen to which the permit relates is collected.
  2. Unless indicated, no permit shall be issued for the collection of samples or specimens for commercial purposes.
  3. Excludes endangered species or animals with a trophy value.

Fee charged per day

Residents Non Residents
Insects (A bag limit of 5 insects per day shall apply) US$8,00 150,00
Reptiles (excluding crocodiles) and a bag limit of 5 reptiles per day shall apply US$100 500,00
Ornamental fish (A bag limit of 5 fish per day shall apply)
US$100,00 500,00
Birds (A bag limit of 5 birds per day shall apply) US$100 500,00
Small mammals

1A bag limit of 5 mammals per day shall apply

Quotation on request 500,00
2.Excluding endangered species or animals with a trophy fee
Bats

1.A bag limit of 5 specimens shall apply

2.Excludes endangered species or animals with a trophy value

Quotation on request 500,00
Eggs Quotation on request Quotation on request
Fish/KG Quotation on request Quotation on request

SECTION 9

9.0 PERMIT FEES FOR EXPLOITATION OF PRODUCTS IN PARK ESTATE

9.1 Notes on Exploitation of Park Products

  1. The fee fixed for each permit is chargeable regardless of whether any products to which the permit relates is collected.
  2. Unless indicated no permit shall be issued for collection of products for commercial purposes.
  • Excluding specially protected species.

 

Residents Non

Residents

Barks, leaves and roots (A bag limit of 1 kg per bag shall apply) US$100,00 200,00
Seeds (A bag limit of 1 kg per day shall apply) Quotation on request 200,00
Seedlings Quotation on request Quotation on request
Timber per cubic meter (Pine,

Eucalyptus, Cypress, and Wattle

Blackwood)

Quotation on request Quotation on request

                 

9.2 Gravel, Quarry,River Sand and Pit-Sand

  1. Gravel 5m3 – US$100, 00
  2. River sand 5m3 – US$75, 00.
  3. Pit sand 5m3 – US$65,00
  4. Firewood –US$20,00 m3
  5. Quarry stone 5m3-US$100.00

Rates will also be charged according to the maximum vehicle capacity.

Section 9.3 was repealed by S.I 32/2016

Section 9.4

Leasing of sites for extraction of resources that result in environmental degradation – to be negotiated by the concerned parties.

 

SECTION 10

10.0 FEES FOR GAME AND GAME PRODUCTS

10.1 Hunting

Live animals for sport hunting…………..…………………….. To be sold through auction

Hunting camps…………………………………………………..……….. To be sold through auction

Live animals for restocking purposes……………………..…….. Current auction prices

Raw Ivory………..………………US$170/ kg

Hippo teeth…………………… US$5/kg

Warthog teeth…………………. Market value based on regional prices/ kg

Administrative fee for:

Registration of raw ivory/tusk………………………………………………US$20, 00

Administrative fee/handling fee (Campfire/Customs)…………….…… 20% of sales based on above rates

Note-

Only Head Office will conduct sale of ivory and other elephant products

The Director General reserves the right to sell these trophies

Miscellaneous                                                                                             Charge

Skins of specially protected animals……………………………………..To remain as

State property

Game Product Charge
1. Elephant Panel Auction
2. Elephant feet, small Auction
3. Elephant feet, medium Auction
4. Elephant feet, large Auction
5. Elephant tail, with hairs Auction
6. Elephant tail without hairs Auction
7. Elephant thigh bone Auction
8. Elephant skull Auction
9. Elephant jaws Auction
10. Eland skin Auction
11. Eland skull Auction
12. Eland cape Auction
13. Buffalo skin Auction
14. Buffalo skull Auction
15. Buffalo foot Auction
16. Buffalo cape Auction
17. Buffalo scrotum Auction
18. Bushbuck skin Auction
19. Bushbuck cape Auction
20 Baboon skin Auction
21. Baboon skull Auction
22. Wild pig skin Auction
23. Impala skin Auction
24. Impala cape Auction
25. Impala skull Auction
26. Kudu skin Auction
27. Kudu cape Auction
28. Kudu skull Auction
29. Civet cat skin Auction
30. Crocodile skin, small Auction
31. Crocodile feet Auction
32. Crocodile skin, medium Auction
33. Crocodile skin, large Auction
34. Crocodile skull Auction
35. Crocodile skin processed Auction
36. Crocodile egg US$5,00
37. Tsetse be cape Auction
38. Tsetse be skin Auction
39. Tsetse be skull Auction
40. Leopard skin Auction
41. Leopard skull Auction
42. Lion skin, male Auction
43. Lion skin, female Auction
44. Lion skull Auction
45. Lion skin, processed Auction
46. Sable skin Auction
47. Sable skull Auction
48. Sable cape Auction
49. Serval skin Auction
50. Reedbuck skin Auction
51. Reedbuck skull Auction
52. Reedbuck cape Auction
53. Giraffe skin Auction
54. Giraffe cape Auction
55. Giraffe skull Auction
56. Hippo skin Auction
57. Hippo skull Auction
58. Hippo foot Auction
59. Hippo tail Auction
60. Hyena skin Auction
61. Hyena skull Auction
62. Honey badger skin Auction
63. Hartbeest skin Auction
64. Hartbeest skull Auction
65. Grybok skin Auction
66. Genet skin Auction
67. Nyala skin Auction
68. Nyala skull Auction
69. Nyala cape Auction
70. Duiker skin Auction
71. Black-backed jackal Auction
72. Waterbuck skin Auction
73. Waterbuck skull Auction
74. Waterbuck cape Auction
75. Wildebeest skin and tail Auction
76. Wildebeest skull Auction
77. Wildebeest cape Auction
78. Wildebeest tail Auction
79. Wildebeest ski Auction
80. Warthog skin Auction
81. Warthog skull Auction
82. Zebra skin Auction
83. Hedgehog kin Auction
84. Monkey, vervet skin Auction
85. Monkey simango skin Auction
86. Wild dog skull Auction
87. Wild dog skin Auction
88. Wild dog cape Auction
89. Clawless otter skin Auction
90. Striped polecat skin Auction
91. Large spotted genet ,skin Auction
92. Yellow mongoose skin Auction
93. Water mongoose skin Auction
94. Banded mongoose skin Auction
95. Dwarf mongoose skin Auction
96. Caracal skin Auction
97. African wild cat skin Auction
98. Rock dassie skin Auction
99. Antbear cape Auction
100 Antbear skin Auction
101 Klipspringer cape Auction
102. Klipspringer skin Auction
103. Oribi skin Auction
104. Sttenbok skin Auction
105. Steenbok skull Auction
106. Suni skin Auction
107. Scrub hare skin Auction
108. Tree squirrel skin Auction
109. Tortoise shells Auction
110. Ostrich skin Auction
109. Ostrich egg shell Auction
110. Ostrich skin processed Auction
111. Spring hare skin Auction
112. Bones, others Auction
113. Porcupine skin Auction
114. Ostrich feathers Auction
115. Others not mentioned Auction
116. Ostrich eggs On Request
117 Mounted trophies Auction or tender

*Sale of the game products to members of ZINATHA and other individuals for non -commercial purposes is at the discretion of the Director General. The charge is as per the current auction prices.

Note-Only Head Office will conduct sale of all game products.

 

10.2 Live Animals Prices

 

 

Species Price/animal
Elephant – 5 year olds

Elephants Adults

35,000

50,000

Elephant tuskless 8,000
Buffalo bull 8,000
Buffalo cow 5,000
Lion male 25,000
Lioness 20,000
Leopard male 10,000
Cheetah 10,000
Roan antelope 12,000
Sable antelope bull 6,500
Sable cow 5,000
Hippopotamus 4,500
Crocodile 3,500
Giraffe bull 4,000
Nyala bull 4,500
Nyala cow 6,000
Eland bull 5,000
Eland cow 8,000
Waterbuck bull 1,800
Waterbuck cow 1,200
Bushbuck bull 950
Bushbuck cow 600
Kudu bull 2,500
Kudu cow 4,000
Wildebeest(m & f) 1,200
Reedbuck bull 900
Reedbuck cow 550
Tsessebe 900
Zebra (m & f) 1,200
Ostrich (m & f) 800
Impala male 300
Impala female 150
Warthog male 500
Warthog female 300
Klipspringer 800
Grysbok 150
Duiker 150
Bushpig 200
Hyena spotted 550
Suni 150
Oribi 150
Serval 300
Civet cat 200
Jackal 150
Porcupine 40
Wild cat 150
Baboon 200
Genet 150
Caracal 200
Steenbok 350
Honeybadger 300
Rock dassie 50
Vervet monkey 200
Bush baby 50
Spring hare 50
Guinea fowl 30
Francolin 20
Sand grouse 15
Pigeons/doves 15
Ducks/geese 20
Mongoose 20
Antbear 150

 

SECTION 11

HUNTING TROPHY FEES FOR : CONCESSION AREAS

SPECIES FEES IN US$
Elephant (M)
50lbs and below

51-55 lbs

56-60 lbs

Above 60lbs

9 200

9    600

10 000

11 000

Elephant (T,L) 2,000
Buffalo (M) 3,500
Buffalo (F) 800
Lion (M) 5,000
Lion (F) 1,500
Leopard (M) 2,500
Cheetah 2,500
Sable (M) 1,500
Sable (F) 400
Hippo 1,000
Crocodile 1,000
Giraffe 850
Nyala (M) 700
Nyala (F) 300
Eland (M) 900
Eland (F) 500
Waterbuck (M) 850
Waterbuck (F) 300
Bushbuck (M) 400
Bushbuck (F) 150
Kudu (M) 600
Kudu (F) 300
Wildebeest 550
Reedbuck (M) 300
Reedbuck (F) 250
Tsessebe 500
Zebra 550
Ostrich 750
Impala (M) 80
Impala (F) 40
Warthog (M) 300
Warthog (F) 80
Klipspringer 250
Grysbok 75
Duiker 90
Bushing 150
Hyena 50
Suni 75
Oribi 75
Serval 150
Civet Cat 100
Jackal 75
Porcupine 20
Wildcat 75
Baboon 5
Genet 75
Caracal 100
Steenbok 100
Honeybager 100
Dassie 50
Vervet Monkey 5
Springhare 30
Guinea Fowl 4
Francolin 4
Sangrouse 3
Pigeons/doves 4
Ducks/Geese 4
Wild Crocodile eggs 3 per egg
Wet Crocodile skin export permit 2% of value exports
Mongoose 10
Antbear 50

SECTION 12

12.0 MISCELLANEOUS FEES

12.1 Rainforest Special Activities

  1. The use of the statue site for special activities in the Rain Forest in   the Victoria Falls National Park, limited to a party of ten (10) people and whose stay shall not exceed two hours, shall be charged as follow. Persons resident in Zimbabwe -US$100-00 including entry fees. Persons not resident in

Zimbabwe -US$500-00

  1. The same fees shall apply for half a day for similar special activities in all other parks.

12.2Bush Dinner Sites

Bush Dinner Sites shall be charged as follows. Residents – US$5, 00 per person, Non Residents, US$10.00

12.3 Firewood

Firewood shall be charged as follows US$5.00/bundle.

 

12.4 Release of Impounded Items

12.4.1 Release of Impounded Vehicle or Motorized Equipment

Release of impounded vehicle or motorized equipment shall be charged as follows; US$1000 for Zimbabwe residents and US$2000 for non residents.

12.4.2 Release of Impounded Non Motorised Vessels
  1. Dingies – US$50.00
  2. Bicycles – US$30.00
  3. Wheel Barrows – US$25.00
  4. Push Cart – US$100.00
  5. Scotch Cart – US$100.00
  6. Fishing Rod -US$20.00
  7. Banana boats/canoe- US$150.00
  8. Crankers –US$200.00
  9. Mineral detectors-Price based on existing market value.
  10. Cameras-US$1000.00

All impounded items to be charged 20%storage fee based on value of the item

12.4.3 Release of Impounded Kapenta Rig

Fee for release of impounded kapenta rig shall be US$2000 for locals and US$4000 for non residents.

12.4.4 Release of Impounded Beasts

Charge for release of impounded beast per beast per day shall be US$2, 00.

Note: All impounded assets will be disposed of after 3 months

12.5 Day time use of library

  1. With internet services US$6.00
  2. Without internet services     US$4.00
  3. Individuals: Students – US$10, 00/person/per quarter
  4. Membership fees for Individuals – US$50 per quarter
  5. Institutional membership per quarter – US$150
  6. Note: No books shall be removed from the library
12.5.1 Other Library Fees
  1. Photocopying – From US$1.00 for 20 sheets
  2. Binding (Spiral – US$2.00 per copy
  3. Overdue Fines – US$0.50 per day per item
  4. Damaged Library materials – On quotation
  5. Lost book – Current book value
  6. LPH Syllabus – US$20.00/copy
  7. LPH exam papers – US$5.00 per set

12.6 Use of telephone

  1. Local /trunk calls – Telephone or network rates plus 20% commission
  2. Local trunk (through cell phone) – Network rates plus 20% commission

12.7 Rental of facilities

  • Office space, per unit – Quotation on request
  • Staff accommodation – Quotation on request
  • Conference Room/Lecture Theatre

With facilities – Quotation on request

Without facilities – Quotation on request

Matopos – US$130.00

Main camp-US$100.00

Nyanga – Quotation on request

  • Use of Mushandike (NRC) – Quotation on request
  • Use of Mushandike (NRC) by Schools, the aged and the disabled – Quotation on request
  • Boulton Atlantica-

Conference facilities – US$5, 00 / person/day

Storage space per unit US$20.00/week

12.8 Wedding Venues-

Tariffs for maximum of 300 guests and extra to be charged separately on quotation.

  1. Ewanrigg Botanical gardens- US$850.00
  2. Vumba Botanical Gardens- US$850.00
  3. Bolton Atlantic- US$550.00
  4. Matobo wedding venue – as per quotation                                                                                                                 e) Zambezi Camp: US$100.00(maximum of 20 people)

12.9 Full Board catering Services-

Basic Meal (for accommodated groups only- minimum of 5 guests

  1. Breakfast-US$8.00/person
  2. Lunh-US$10.00/person
  3. Dinner-US$10.00/person

12.10 Fees for altering company details,( including shareholding structure ,change of directors, change of company name): 10% of annual lease fees.

12.11 Compensation for Game Illegally Killed and For Any Loss or Damage to

Property

Compensation-

Payable by persons who illegally kill game………………a) Current statute, applies

  1. b) In other cases, the trophy   value of the animal as of the current

live animal auction prices For any loss or damage of property……………………… c) Current replacement value.

Note-

The Authority may waive the above charges, where in its opinion, conservation interests are at stake or life is threatened.

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Zimparks guns down hippo in Nyanyadzi

August 31, 2017August 31, 2017
Inset from Zimpapers. THE Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority last week shot dead a hippopotamus that was damaging winter wheat in Nyanyadzi. The hippo, which had a calf, is believed to have escaped from Save Conservancy. ZPWMA ordered the shooting of the hippos after traditional leaders in the area reported that it was damaging crops and endangering lives. ZPWMA officer, Mr John Danfa, said they were still hunting for the calf which is believed to have found habitat along Save River. “Usually hippos move up and down rivers during the rainy season. We believe the two escaped from Save Valley Conservancy. They were both females and they do not usually click if there is no male. “They are believed to have separated. We received reports from traditional leaders in Hot Springs and Nyanyadzi that these hippos were feeding on wheat and crops in their fields.” “People’s lives were endangered so the authorities ordered its killing. The first time we attempted to kill it, it was in the company of so many cattle and could not do anything. Our officer teamed up with villagers to track it until last week when it was shot down in Nyanyadzi”. The officer is said to have fired 12 shots before the hippo died. The meat was shared by villagers. One of the villagers in Dirikwe village, Mr Tapiwa Munyati, said: “This hippo was becoming a threat to human lives in the area. It was being spotted near homes at night. “There are vegetable gardens along one of Save River’s tributaries where it was being spotted.“We were told that hippos do not like light and the danger was that lives would have been lost.” “A villager survived death by a whisker recently when the hippo strayed into his homestead.“He went out of his house to investigate when his dogs were barking. He had a torch and the hippo advanced towards him. “Fortunately he managed to escape the attack and notified other villagers and the village head. We are appealing to the responsible authorities to make sure that the remaining one is also killed,” said Mr Munyati.