Last update 15/4/21:
Entry to New Zealand remains strictly controlled to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
From Monday 19 April 2021 a quarantine-free “Trans Tasman Bubble” will open for travel between New Zealand and Australia.
Eligible travellers from Australia will be able to enter New Zealand without having to complete a managed isolation period.
All travellers arriving from other parts of the world are tested for COVID-19 on arrival, and during the mandatory 14-day managed quarantine or isolation period.
Arrivals from outside the quarantine-free zone are restricted to NZ citizens, permanent residents and residents with valid travel conditions, returning to New Zealand.
For the latest information on travel restrictions please visit the Immigration New Zealand website.
We are looking forward to the reopening of New Zealand’s international borders as soon as the NZ Government has completed the vaccine rollout programme.
If you have travel booked with us for your clients for 2021 we feel it is prudent to now explore options for rebooking for 2022.
Please get in touch with us if you wish to rebook any current arrangements for your clients.