Quarantine-free travel - Niue

You can travel from Niue to New Zealand without having to go into a managed isolation facility, or self-isolate, when you arrive.

If you arrive in New Zealand from Niue – on an aircraft approved to undertake quarantine-free travel –  and are eligible to enter New Zealand, you are not required to enter a managed isolation facility and therefore you do not need a voucher for managed isolation. You also do not have to self-isolate on arrival in New Zealand – which means you do not have to isolate away from other members of your household while you remain in your own home.

Quarantine-free travel is only available one way, from Niue to New Zealand.

Standard quarantine-free travel requirements remain in place for travellers from Niue – passengers are required to confirm they meet health and eligibility requirements, and they are required to complete Nau Mai Rā. Nau Mai Rā is a travel declaration form, which securely collects contact tracing details from you for New Zealand's Ministry of Health. The full list of requirements is available on the Unite Against COVID-19 website:

Quarantine-free travel from Niue to New Zealand(external link) — Unite against COVID-19

More information

Travel between Niue and New Zealand(external link) — Immigration New Zealand

Travel advice for Auckland(external link) — Unite against COVID-19

Last updated: 20 January 2022