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Border crossing (Bots-Zim-Zam)

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which of the below route will take less time --- taking into account the border crossing time, ferry time, road driving time etc?

or will both journeys end up being the same ~1.5-2 hr?

(Option 1) Livingstone (Zam) -> VF (Zim) -> Kasane, via road transfer
(Option 2) Livingstone (Zam) -> Kasane, via Kazungula ferry

i should mention that it will be a private transfer, but for some reason I am being quoted higher for (Option 2). (Option 1) requires you to go through 3 different immigration, while (Option 2) requires you to use the ferry

also, does anyone know why transfers are quoted on a per person basis? wondering why bc it requires the same amount of fuel whether you transport 1 person or 4 persons...

looking forward to hearing experiences from past travelers.

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