Please be noted – As per Indian authorities, if your flight is under Air Bubble, then you should have a return ticket and you are expected to come back to India . We request you to please obey with all the guidelines issued by Indian govt and that should never be breached.
India to New Zealand via 3rd Country Indirect route – New Zealand is a country that has not let Covid effecting its residents and is also one of the most top performing countries that are winning against this pandemic. New Zealand is wining because of its strict actions against international travel as well as measures for containing Covid .
India to New Zealand via 3rd Country Indirect route
As we all know New Zealand has closed all its doors for most of the countries around the wold and specially for India after the emergence of delta variant of Covid.
Now if there is no option from India to fly to New Zealand , Can one travel from any 3rd country to New Zealand ? The answer is Yes there are few countries which India can use to travel New Zealand .Please be noted these routes should only be used under experts assistance.
Which is the best and safest 3rd country route to travel from India to New Zealand ?
At this moment Maldives is the best and safest 3rd country route to travel from India to New Zealand . Though Maldives is going to be open on 15th of July but it can prove to be a good option as many people have already travelled from there.
Can any one travel to New Zealand in 2021 ?
No absolutely not, you can only travel if –
- You are a permanent resident of New Zealand
- You have taken permission from authorities for your travel , you may travel to New Zealand while border is closed only if your reason is Valid and New Zealand govt treats it critical
I am not a Citizen of New Zealand, how can i travel ?
Travel to New Zealand remains strictly controlled to reduce the risk from COVID-19. Brazil, India, Pakistan and Papua New Guinea have been designated very high risk countries. Only New Zealand citizens and their immediate family members travelling from high risk countries are eligible for entry to New Zealand.
Other travellers, including New Zealand residents, can enter only if they spend 14 days outside a very high risk country before their arrival here. Transit through a very high risk country is excluded from the 14-day requirement.
- restricting travel from very high risk countries to New Zealand citizens, their partners, dependent children, the parent of a dependent child who is a New Zealand citizen, and those with significant humanitarian reasons. All non-New Zealand citizens must hold a valid visa to enter New Zealand
- permitted travellers must provide a negative nasopharyngeal RT-PCR (PCR) test result from an accredited laboratory completed within 72 hours of departure. No other types of tests qualify.
Travellers to New Zealand from countries outside quarantine-free travel zones must complete a 14-day stay in managed isolation or quarantine.
Can i request for exemptions to travel from India to New Zealand ?
Immigration New Zealand cannot grant exemptions to these restrictions, including on humanitarian grounds. Information about exemptions for travellers with a valid visa to enter New Zealand can be found at Managed Isolation and Quarantine.
I dont have have Visa, Will my Visa be Accepted now to travel to New Zealand form India ?
No, all Visa facilities has been suspended and you cannot apply it till further notice.
I am Fully Vaccinated and is exempted to travel to New Zealand, do i still have to be quarantined after reaching back home ?
Yes , you will have to be quarantined and accept all the latest condition which authorities will put on you .
Do we have good Connectivity from Maldives to New Zealand ?
At this Covid times when New Zealand have closed the doors for all countries we cannot expect good connectivity to it. However it is always better to have experts advice so they can assist on same.
What is MIQ in New Zealand ?
Managed isolation is an important part of our border measures to keep COVID-19 out of New Zealand. One can check the below video for understanding more about MIQ