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New Zealand allows entry to fully vaccinated Indians from August 1

The New Zealand Government has announced further relaxations in border restrictions, allowing all fully vaccinated international travellers, including from India, to travel to Aotearoa from August 1, 2022. The new opening date is two months earlier than the previously announced time frame

Fully vaccinated Indian visitors will be able to travel to New Zealand without self-isolation on provision of a negative pre-departure test. Negative Rapid Antigen Tests [RAT] will be required on arrival and on day 5/6.

New Zealand had been progressively opening its borders from April, first to Australian visitors and then in May to visitors from visa-waver countries.

René de Monchy, Chief Executive, Tourism New Zealand, said “We look forward to welcoming manuhiri [visitors], family and friends back from August. New Zealand has plenty to offer international visitors from breathtaking landscapes, rare and remarkable wildlife to our rich culture and heritage; our people and place are what make us unique, and we look forward to sharing this with the world again”.

In 2020, Tourism New Zealand in India rolled out the “Messages from New Zealand” campaign which featured everyday New Zealanders sharing video messages of hope and care with their international whānau (family). Through this initiative New Zealand reached out in a heartfelt and genuine way by sending messages of positivity and optimism to Indian travelers. As part of efforts to prepare for the reopening of borders, Tourism New Zealand has also been supporting travel partners with new resources such as a dedicated marketing hub, regular training sessions and most recently, the launch of a revamped travel trade website.

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