Quarantine-free travel - The Pacific Islands

You can travel from the Cook Islands and Niue to New Zealand without having to go into a managed isolation facility when you arrive.

Cook Islands

If you arrive in New Zealand from the Cook Islands by air, and are eligible to enter New Zealand, you are not required to enter a managed isolation facility for 14 days and you therefore don’t need a voucher for managed isolation.

Quarantine-free travel is only available one way, from the Cook Islands to New Zealand.

More information

For more information on quarantine-free travel from the Cook Islands to New Zealand, including pre-departure processes and what to do on arrival in New Zealand, visit the COVID-19 website(external link).

For information on immigration eligibility to enter New Zealand from the Cook Islands, visit the Immigration New Zealand website(external link).

Niue

If you arrive in New Zealand from Niue by air, and are eligible to enter New Zealand, you are not required to enter a managed isolation facility for 14 days and you therefore don’t need a voucher for managed isolation.

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

More information

For more information on quarantine-free travel from Niue to New Zealand, including pre-departure processes and what to do on arrival in New Zealand, visit the COVID-19 website(external link).

For information on immigration eligibility to enter New Zealand from Niue, visit the Immigration New Zealand website(external link)

Last updated: 01 April 2021