The COVID-19 situation is different in each country. Stay up to date with the latest requirements for entry and travel, and with local measures in your country of destination.


New Zealand: Entry and travel

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FDFA recommendations for travelling abroad

Travel responsibly and take time to plan and organise your trip. The Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA) recommends that you download the Travel Admin app, register, and enter your trips abroad before leaving for your holiday.

The FDFA Helpline is the single point of contact for enquiries about consular services.

Entry requirements

The international border to New Zealand have been reopened: Reopening the New Zealand border. Travellers are no longer required to complete a New Zealand Traveller Declaration to enter New Zealand. New Zealand’s COVID-19 entry requirements were removed on 20 October 2022.

You must hold a valid visa or NZeTA (depending on length of stay / reason for stay). Please visit the New Zealand Immigration website for more information:

Travellers do not need proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter New Zealand: Unite against COVID-19 – International travel.
Please check with your airline as they may still require proof of vaccination.

Information about transit through New Zealand can be found on the following website: Information about transit.

For all questions regarding entry to New Zealand, please contact Immigration New Zealand directly