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New Zealand Travel Insurance

New Zealand Travel Insurance is a necessity both for leisure as well as business travelers.

New Zealand COVID-19 Entry Requirements

New Zealand is currently open to certain international travelers, and is expected to reopen fully to all international visitors on July 31, 2022. Until that date, prospective visitors to New Zealand must take the following steps:

  1. Check to see if you are eligible to enter New Zealand on the New Zealand Immigration website
  2. Confirm if you need to apply for the New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority (NZeTA)
  3. Book your flight to New Zealand. 
  4. Confirm you are appropriately vaccinated for COVID-19 – All visitors who are not New Zealand residents must be fully vaccinated. To view a list of the 35 vaccines that are approved by New Zealand, visit this page.
  5. Complete the New Zealand Traveller Declaration
  6. Get a pre-departure COVID-19 test showing a negative result. The test can be a supervised rapid antigen test, supervised LAMP test, or PCR test. 
  7. Present your travel documents, evidence of vaccination status, and negative pre-departure test at the departure airport. 

Once you have arrived in New Zealand, you will be presented with a welcome pack that will contain your COVID-19 rapid antigen tests, and a guide for testing. You must take these tests on day 0/1 and day 5/6. 

If you test positive after day 6, you will be required to isolate for 7 days at your own expense, and pay your own healthcare costs. 

Due to the possibility of mandatory quarantine at your own expense, it is highly recommended that all visitors to New Zealand purchase COVID-19 travel insurance with quarantine coverage

Visiting New Zealand

New Zealand is located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. It consists primarily of two islands: North Island and South Island.

The primary language in New Zealand is English, which makes it very easy for a lot of people to visit. However, New Zealand is a very far country for most people to visit. For everyone other than Australians, it is at least 12 to 24 hours away. However, New Zealand has many stunning tourist attractions, and its natural beauty makes it worthwhile to visit.

New Zealand is long and narrow, and the kiwi bird is a national icon. Sometimes, even the people of New Zealand are called Kiwis.

Auckland is the financial capital of New Zealand, and it is a major hub of economic activity. Sky Tower in Auckland is a very recognized structure, and the observation deck provides a stunning view of the city. You can also enjoy fine dining in its revolving restaurant.

Christchurch, Hamilton and Wellington are other major cities. Most people in New Zealand are Christian. Milford Sound is one of the most famous tourist destinations in New Zealand. Many sports are played in New Zealand including rugby union, golf, netball, tennis and cricket. New Zealand has many beaches, rainforest hiking trails, islands, volcanoes and picturesque coves. Abel Tasman National Park is located on the northern tip of the South Island, and hikers love it. Kaikoura is famous for seafood and for spotting fur seals, whales and dolphins.

Glaciers are generally only for professional hikers and climbers, but the most accessible is the Franz Josef Glacier, where visitors can just walk right up to the foot of the glacier. Of course, you can also take a helicopter tour. Other attractions are the Bay of Islands, the Tongariro Alpine Crossing, Wai-o-tapu and Napier Art Deco.

While visiting New Zealand, purchasing travel insurance is very important, just in case. For those who are planning to engage in any hazardous sports or activities, such as trekking, parasailing, scuba diving, skiing or similar, you should purchase the insurance that will cover those activities. Many travel insurance plans include those activities on an optional rider basis.

If you would like to protect your prepaid, nonrefundable trip costs, you can consider purchasing trip-cancellation insurance.

As New Zealand is far from most other places on earth, make sure to purchase New Zealand holiday insurance that covers the high amount of emergency medical evacuation and repatriation-of-remains coverage.

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